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

Class patterns in black politics
35
Charles Vernon HAMILTON, Blacks (Political activities), Harlem (New York, N.Y.)
Black middle class
35
Middle classes, Blacks (Economic conditions, Social conditions)
Black middle class defined
44
Blacks (Psychology)
Black bourgeoisie revisited
50
Edward Franklin Frazier; 1894-1962, United States (Race relations)
Putting black economic progress in perspective
58
Blacks (Employment)
From gridiron to grain pit
114
George SEALS
Young, middle class and very black
123
Black youth
Going broke on $30,000 a year
130
Bill JOHNSON, Personal finance, Claremont (Calif.)
Dilemma of the black middle class
138
Blacks (Economic conditions)
Middle class in the black struggle
144
Blacks (Civil rights, History)

Wellesley class of '73
64
Wellesley College, Black students
100 most influential black Americans
73
Black leadership
Shift in the middle
80
Black Panther Party
Shift to the middle
80
Bobby Seale (American revolutionary.); 1936-
Striving still in Harlem
88
Harlem (New York, N.Y.)
Medic who refuses to run
98
Charles H. SWEET, Chicago (Ill.) (Blacks)
Sex and the black middle class
106
Sexual behavior
Beautiful feeling of fur
150
Fur coats, wraps, etc
Barbecue is favored by blacks of all classes
154
Barbecue cooking
Marriage and the educated black woman
160
Marriage, Black women
Flight to the white suburbs
168
Kenneth N. Sherwood; d. 1989, Irvington (N.Y.)
Cleavage and conflict in the black middle class
174
Blacks (Race identity)
Whatever happened to Lester B. Granger?
182
Lester Blackwell Granger; 1896-1976, National Urban League

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