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

Backstage
22
Ebony jr. (Periodical)
Nancy Wilson
31
Nancy Wilson
Policing the police
42
Theodore D. MCNEAL, Saint Louis (Mo.) (Police)
I found freedom in jail
53
Prisoners (Treatment), Prisons (California)
School that beat the odds
64
Blacks (Education), Chicago (Ill.) (Education)
Doctor still makes house calls: traditional African medical practice
114
Medicine (Africa), Medicine men
Dr Allen's newest patient: the city of Philadelphia
124
Women (Political activities), Philadelphia (Pa.) (Politics and government)
Gold on the green
132
Golfers
Putting soul into science
144
James A. HARRIS, Transuranium elements
Black leaders and the wish to die
154
Death (Psychology), Black leadership

Birth of a Broadway star
74
Ben Vereen
Pippin
74
Musicals, revues, etc (Reviews, Single works)
From plasterer to plutocrat
84
Herman J. Russell, Atlanta (Ga.) (Blacks)
Sammy Davis jr: soulin' at the White House
98
Sammy Davis (Jr.), Government entertaining
Hard hat boss
104
Arthur E. SYKES, Steel works
Wine, cheese & fruit
160
Snacks, Wine
What blacks can do about TV.
166
Blacks and television
Babies born as dope addicts
174
Clara Hale, Children of drug addicts, Foster home care
Whatever happened to Andrew Hatcher?
182
Andrew Thomas HATCHER

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