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

New hope through self-help
27
Blacks (Occupations), Vocational education, Philadelphia (Pa.) (Blacks)
Hail pastor as OIC founder
35
Leon Howard Sullivan; 1922-2001
Black like me
37
John Howard Griffin; 1920-1980, Motion picture reviews (Single works), Blacks (Southern States)
Rocket test team boss
46
Willis Sprattling (Jr.), Guided missile industry, Black engineers
Police are for protection
56
Civil rights demonstrations, Police
510-pound strongboy
103
Elroy FRAZIER, Muscle strength, Size
President who hurt Negroes most
110
Rutherford B. Hayes; 1822-1893, Blacks (History), United States (History, 1865-1898)
Jim Crow South African style
123
George HENRY, Foreign visitors (South Africa), South Africa (Race relations)
Raceless Bill Cosby
131
Bill Cosby; 1937-., Black comedians
Richard Allen
142
Richard Allen; 1760-1831, African Methodist Episcopal Church, Black clergy

Plan to save boxing
59
Boxing
Outstanding women doctors
68
Women physicians
How to get a job
79
Job applications
Burke Marshall: quiet fighter for civil rights
90
Burke Marshall; 1922-2003, United States Dept. of Justice, Blacks (Civil rights)
Ghana's industrial revolution
154
Ghana (Economic conditions, Industries)
Let's have a picnic
166
Picnics
New Tom Jones
172
Hairstyling

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