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

Women in the service academies
31
Women cadets, United States (Armed Forces, Education)
Late, late marriages
40
Marriage, Blacks (Social life and customs)
Norman . . . Is that you?
51
Motion picture reviews (Single works), Blacks in motion pictures
Sports action toys
67
Games
Ship of AME Zion rides a freedom tide
75
African Methodist Episcopal Zion Church
Cinderella team of the Olympics
122
Boxing, Olympic Games, 1976 (Montreal, Quebec)
John Lewis: he's still on the case
133
John LEWIS (1940-.), Blacks (Southern States, Political activities), Voter registration
Priority for the victor
146
Campaign issues
Yams and sweet potatoes
148
Cooking (Vegetables)
O. J. Simpson: the problems of a super superstar
162
O. J. Simpson

How to end sex problems in our prisons
83
Homosexuality, Prisoners (Sexual behavior), Prisons (Officials and employees)
Airline pioneer
103
James O. Plinton; 1914-1996, Eastern Air Lines, Inc
Blow your stack and live longer
112
Assertiveness (Psychology), Blacks (Psychology)
Great moments in black history
168
Marcus Garvey's day of triumph
Television's tiny salesman: G. Williams
181
Gene Williams, Television advertising

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