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

Why Blacks Excel in Sports
31
Athletic ability, Black athletes
Introducing: Dianne Reeves
36
Dianne Reeves (American jazz singer.)
Teenagers Speak Out: What's Wrong with Grownups
40
Youth-adult relationship, Black youth
Africans in America
46
Africans (United States)
Shirley Caesar: Putting the Gospel Truth Into Politics
66
Shirley Caesar (American evangelist and gospel singer.), Gospel music, Black women clergy (Political activities), Durham (N.C.) (Politics and government)
Shrinking to Half His Size
104
Percy E. Jones, Dieting
Blacks with Unusual Businesses
108
Black entrepreneurs
Have Plane, Will Travel
118
Black air pilots
Black Students Battle Racism on College Campuses
126
Black college students, Colleges and universities (Race relations)
Ebony Update: Civil Rights Lawyer Frankie Freeman
134
Frankie Muse Freeman; 1916-., Blacks (Civil rights, History)

Holiday Desserts
72
Christmas desserts
The Hot New Singers
82
Black singers
Why Famous Blacks Died Young
88
Black celebrities (Death)
What Do Black Men Really Want from Black Women
96
Black men and women, Men (Attitudes)
Vanessa Williams Finds Success with 'The Right Stuff'.
142
Vanessa Williams (American singer and actress.)
Has Money Spoiled the Lottery Millionaires?
150
Lottery winners
Richard Parsons: Banking on a Dime
156
Richard D. Parsons (American motion picture and broadcasting executive.); 1948-, Dime Savings Bank of New York
Gold from Seoul
164
Black athletes, Olympic Games, 1988 (Seoul, Korea)

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