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

Minnesota inmates mind their own store
37
Black prisoners, Prisons (Minnesota)
Doctor to teen-agers
47
Natalia TANNER, Youth (Health and hygiene)
New films: culture or con game?
60
Blacks in motion pictures
Drill sergeant is a lady; G. McKemey
84
Servicewomen
Newark boys chorus
92
Choral groups and societies
Black college football fights for survival
143
Football, Black colleges and universities
Racer
153
Benny SCOTT, Automobile racing drivers
Homeboy's Dixie return pays off
163
Algernon Johnson COOPER, Pritchard (Ala.)
Robinson, Jackie
170
Jackie Robinson; 1919-1972
Black America says goodbye, Jackie
172
Jackie Robinson; 1919-1972 (Funeral rites and ceremonies)

Plight of black babies in South Vietnam
104
Children (Vietnam), Black children
Rap on self-hatred
118
Blacks (Psychology), Race relations
New man at the National
127
James Anderson DEPRIEST
Cagers on wheels
136
Circus performers
Nice and nutty
178
Cooking (Nuts), Desserts
Some together black designers
184
Fashion designers
Whatever happened to Robert F. Williams?
202
Robert F. Williams (American civil rights activist.); 1925-1996

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