Ebony

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EBONY is the flagship magazine of Johnson Publishing. Founded in 1945 by John H. Johnson, it still maintains the highest global circulation of any African American-focused magazine.
  

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Contents

Sports: New Path to College for Women
27
Black women athletes (Scholarships)
Air Pair
36
Barbara Williams, Howard Williams, Black air traffic controllers (Persons)
Andre Watts: Classical Music Prodigy Turns 40
44
Andre Watts; 1946-.
Airport Concessions: New Opportunities for Black Business
54
Airports (Concessions (Food, etc.)), Black business enterprises
Avery Brooks: A.k.a. Hawk
62
Avery Brooks
Sugar Ray Leonard: why I Am Fighting Again
92
Marvin Hagler; 1954-., Sugar Ray Leonard; 1956-., Boxing
A Taste of the Caribbean
108
Cooking, Caribbean
A New Life for Vanessa
115
Vanessa Williams (American singer and actress.)
Breakthrough in Dallas
120
Richard Knight (Jr.), Dallas (Tex.) (Politics and government)
The Truth about AIDS.
126
AIDS (Disease) and blacks

Spenser: for Hire
62
Spenser: for hire (Television program) (Reviews)
Campus Queens at Black Colleges
70
Beauty contests, Black women college students
Blacks at the Top in TV.
82
Blacks in the television broadcasting industry
What's Behind the Resurgence of Racism in America?
132
United States (Race relations)
Wole Soyinka: Nobel Laureate
141
Wole Soyinka (Nigerian dramatist, poet and novelist.), Nobel prizes (Literature)

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