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

William P. Foster: a Fabled Director and His Band
25
William Patrick Foster (American band leader.), Florida A & M University, College bands, Marching bands
Engineering Their Way to the Top
33
Black women engineers
Whatever Happened to . . . James Meredith
38
James Meredith (American civil rights activist.), University of Mississippi, Colleges and universities (Desegregation), Blacks (Civil rights, History)
From Prisoner to Prison Boss
46
Benjamin Franklin Thompson, Boston (Mass.) (Prisons)
Free for Christmas
52
Harriet Tubman (American abolitionist.); 1820?-1913, Underground Railroad
A Bachelor with 31 Adopted Kids
95
Kojo Odo, Single parent adoption
America's First Black Securities and Exchange Commissioner
103
Aulana L. Peters, United States Securities and Exchange Commission
The 'blackqueening' of America
112
Black women
Over 80 and Still on the Case
116
Aged (Employment), Black aged
Party Time Hair & Make-up
126
Black hairstyling, Makeup

Introducing: Adolph Caesar
60
Adolph Caesar; d. 1986
A Soldier's Story
60
Norman Jewison (Reviews), Adolph Caesar; d. 1986 (Performances), Soldier's story (Motion picture) (Reviews)
Is Skin Color Still a Problem in Black America?
66
Blacks (Race identity), Human skin color
A New Generation of Black College Presidents
73
Black college presidents
How Celebrities Will Spend this Christmas
79
Black celebrities, Christmas
Walter Payton Vs. Jim Brown: Who's the Greatest Rusher of All Time?
85
Walter Payton (American football player.); 1954-1999, Jim Brown (American football player and actor.); 1936-, Football records, Rushing (Football)
Balancing Law and Leisure
128
Edward Owens (III.), Lexington (Ky.) (Criminal justice, Administration of)
Holiday Winners
134
Christmas dinners
Fur You, Fur You
140
Fur coats, wraps, etc
His Church and Home are Greatest Joys
148
James Cleveland (American clergyman and gospel singer.); 1931-1991, Gospel music
The Michael Jackson Nobody Knows
155
Michael Jackson (American singer and songwriter.); 1958-2009
Great Black Chefs
164
Black cooks

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