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

Washington notebook
24
Clifton R. Wharton; 1899-1990, United States (Diplomatic and consular service)
Socio-economic status of blacks
29
Blacks (Economic conditions, Social conditions)
Bad times on the Good times set
33
Television broadcasting (Black programs), Television program reviews
Barbados: world's freest black nation
44
Era Bell Thompson (American periodical editor and nonfiction writer.); 1906-1986, Barbados
Profession: sight-saver: Dr M. F. Rabb seeks donors for corneal transplants
55
Maurice F. Rabb, Cornea (Transplantation), Eye donors, Ophthalmologists
Courageous cadet fights cancer: R. E. Johnson
112
Robert E. JOHNSON, United States Military Academy, Cancer
Tribute to a black business pioneer
118
S. B. Fuller; 1905-1988, Cosmetics industry
Black colleges--they need our help
132
Black colleges and universities
Can Pele bring the big payday to U.S. soccer?
136
Pele; 1940-., Soccer
Startling new attitudes on interracial marriage
144
Interracial marriage, Public opinion

New face, a new force in mental health care
64
Ella CURRY, Psychiatric hospitals (Administration)
Claudia McNeil--136 pounds lighter
70
Claudia McNeil; 1917-1993
Achievement: a family affair
81
Family, Blacks (Education)
Yoga: something for everyone
96
Yoga
Be creative with carrots
106
Cooking (Carrots)
How to pick winners at the race track
152
Harold NEWCHURCH, Horse racing
Missile scientist on target
158
Frank Alphonse CROSSLEY, Guided missiles (Launching from submarines)
Handshake between brothers
162
Caucuses, Foreign visitors (Africa)
Whatever happened to Ron Karenga?
170
Karenga (Maulana.)

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