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

Statement from the publisher
19
Ebony (Periodical)
Emancipation proclamation centennial, statement
20
John Fitzgerald Kennedy; 1917-1963, Dwight David Eisenhower; 1890-1969, Harry S. Truman; 1884-1972
Emancipation proclamation centennial, statement
21
Relevant celebration of the emancipation centennial
23
Civil rights demonstrations
Sight of the horizon
27
Monuments and landmarks
107
Memorials, Monuments
How sports helped break the color line
114
Black athletes, Sports
100 years of Negro entertainment
122
Black actors and actresses, Theater, Black
Leading Negro artists
131
Art, Black
In memoriam
142
Medgar W. EVERS

Ten most dramatic events in Negro history
28
Blacks (History)
Tomorrow's leaders
41
Leadership, Blacks
Frederick Douglass: father of the protest movement
50
Frederick Douglass; 1817?-1895
Christ's message to the disinherited
58
Jesus Christ (Teachings), Christian life
After desegregation, what next?
64
Equality, Race discrimination
Role of the middle-class Negro
66
Blacks
Negro in literature today
73
Black authors
Price of brotherhood
79
Blacks (Southern States)
Negro woman
86
Black women
New role of the Negro woman
88
This complex of womanhood
88
Lorraine Hansberry (American dramatist.); 1930-1965
South looks ahead
99
Blacks (Civil rights, Political activities)
Why I live in Mississippi
143
Medgar W. EVERS, Blacks (Southern States), Mississippi (Social conditions)
My last will and testament
150
Christian life, Conduct of life
Carl Sandburg: tells how he thinks Great Emancipator would have reacted to today's touchy race problems
158
Abraham Lincoln (American president.); 1809-1865
John Hope Franklin at Cambridge
160
John Hope Franklin (American historian.); 1915-, Black historians
New dawn in medicine
166
Black physicians
Sparkling rose wine punch
188
Phil MOORE, Punch (Beverage), Wine
Fashion fair Americana
195
Fashion shows
Crusading press
204
Black press, Blacks (Civil rights)
Negro in business
211
Black businessmen
Constitution, key to freedom
221
United States Supreme Court (Decisions), United States. Constitution
America's 100 most influential Negroes
228
Great men and women, Blacks
President's civil rights message
233
John Fitzgerald Kennedy; 1917-1963

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