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

Birth control and the Negro woman
29
Birth control, Black women, Blacks (Social conditions)
Geography of jobs
39
College graduates, Blacks (Occupations)
Humphrey's African safari
50
Hubert Horatio Humphrey; 1911-1978 (Visit to Africa, 1967-1968), Africa and the United States
Fashion's flower child
56
Jacqueline Peters, Textile design
Gift of healing for victims of Viet war
64
William W. FUNDERBURK, Relief work (Vietnam)
Hazel Scott comes home to the action
96
Hazel Scott (American singer and actress.); 1920-1981, Civil rights workers
Host to the swinging set
106
Gene Hovis, Nightclubs
Should Negroes boycott the Olympics?
110
Boycott, Black athletes, Olympic athletes, Olympic Games, 1968 (Mexico City, Mexico)
Telltale heart
118
Philip Blaiberg, Transplantation of organs, tissues, etc
Hors d'oeuvres by Roberta
120
Roberta Bailey LEWIS, Food industry and trade, Small business

D.C. Mayor Walter Washington
72
Walter E. Washington; 1915-., Washington (D.C.) (Politics and government)
Their sisters' keepers
81
Kansas State University, College clubs and societies, Socially handicapped children
Legacy of a love affair
89
Peter Harry FULD, Ivy Lawrence Maynier, Charitable bequests, Mulattoes
No back seat for Elvin
124
Elvin Hayes; 1945-.
Roast leg of spring lamb
142
Cooking (Lamb)
Wigs for many moods
148
Wigs

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