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

Publisher's statement
30
Blacks in publishing
African art for Americans
34
Art, African
Arkansas med school opens its doors
35
Black medical students
Matt Henson: first man to reach North Pole
38
Matthew Alexander Henson; 1866-1955, Polar exploration (History)
My last will and testament
44
Blacks
Black women in corporate America
106
Women entrepreneurs
Romare Bearden
116
Romare Bearden; 1914-1988
And still another first
124
Willie Wood
How long, oh Lord, how long? reprint from September 1967 issue
130
Detroit (Mich.) (Riots)
Unity of blackness
132
Blacks (Nationalism)

How to make a million
52
Investments
How to become a millionaire
52
Birmingham millionaire offers advice
Bomb heard around the world: death of H. T. Moore
63
Harry Tyson MOORE, Blacks (Florida), Terrorism (History)
Some of my best friends are Negro
72
Race relations (History)
White by day . . . Negro by night
80
Blacks (Race identity)
Man who lived 30 years as a woman; Georgia Black
85
Sex change, Blacks (Florida)
King plan for freedom
91
Blacks (Civil rights, History)
Biggest protest march; Washington demonstration
95
Civil rights demonstrations
Ebony photos
98
Blacks (Photographs)
What parents owe their children
134
Black children, Parent-child relationship
Toys that build pride
137
Toys
Arthur Ashe
144
Arthur Ashe
Way we were
155
Black celebrities
Black mayors
164
Black mayors
Natural feeling: French style
174
Clothing and dress
Traditional dishes served at the original feast
184
Thanksgiving dinners
How to tell when you are in love
190
Love, Women and men

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