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

The New Black Middle Class
22
Black middle classes, Black professionals, Blacks (Economic conditions)
The Black Middle Class Defined
30
The Black Middle Class: where it Lives
34
Blacks (Housing)
Income and Wealth
42
How to Succeed in Corporate America
51
Black executives, Job success
Keeper of the Faith
92
Dezie Woods-Jones, Oakland (Calif.) (Blacks)
Contemporary Cuisine for a New Generation
104
Low calorie cooking
Up from Poverty
110
Michael Burton, Blacks (Education), Chicago (Ill.) (Education), South Side (Chicago, Ill.)
The Class of 1987
116
Florida A & M University, Black college graduates
A Look at Some Fun and Games
123
Blacks (Recreation)

The Sexual Revolution and the Black Middle Class
56
Blacks (Sexual behavior)
Education is the Way Out and Up
61
Blacks (Education)
A Comedic Look at the Black Middle Class
68
Dick Gregory (American comedian, author and civil rights leader.); 1932-, Redd Foxx (American comedian.), Black middle classes (Humor, satire, etc)
The Price of Success
76
Blacks (Race identity), Success
Speaking Out: is the Black Middle Class Blowing It? . . . Yes!
85
Speaking Out: is the Black Middle Class Blowing It? . . . No!
89
A Vacation to Remember
136
Walt Disney World (Fla.), Blacks (Travel)
Faces of Middle Class America: Architect Craig Stark Puts His Hope in the Future of Miami
144
Craig Stark, Cruz-Stark Associates PA
Faces of Middle Class America: Bonnie Jenkins is Single and Living in Washington
146
Bonnie Jenkins (translator.), United States Federal Bureau of Investigation, Translators and translating, Black government employees
Faces of Middle Class America: the Collins Family Believes in Togetherness in New Orleans
150
Collins family
Faces of Middle Class America: the Vinsons of Stamford Take Time Out for a Baby
156
Vinson family

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