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

Champion of welfare rights
31
George Alvin WILEY, National Welfare Rights Organization, Public welfare (United States)
New spirit at old Meharry
42
Meharry Medical College, Mound Bayou (Miss.) (Hospitals)
Wanted: black air traffic controllers
54
United States Federal Aviation Administration, Air traffic controllers (Persons) (Training), Blacks (Employment)
I know why the caged bird sings; former singer recalling childhood
62
Maya Angelou (American poet and memoirist.)
Diogenes, put down your lamp!
72
Dick Gregory
New life for women inmates; Oakdale state reformatory for women, Dwight, Ill
105
Women prisoners (Rehabilitation), Reformatories
TV's black skyrocket
113
Mark Warren; 1938-1999, Television broadcasting (Comedy programs)
New crop of eligible girls
123
Single women
Black courage in Klan country
136
Marion Rex HARRIS, Fayetteville (N.C.)
Of plumbing and privacy; no-knock drug raids
154
Narcotics laws and regulations

Thanks to Doug Crutchfield Fru Nilsen can dance again
86
Doug CRUTCHFIELD, Aged (Denmark), Physical therapy
Clarence Holte's search into the black past
94
Clarence LeRoy Holte; 1909-1993, Books (Collectors and collecting), Blacks (History, Sources)
Four festive dinners
166
Cooking, American
Powerful new movie: King: from Montgomery to Memphis
172
Martin Luther King; 1929-1968, Motion pictures (Documentary films)

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