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

Lady sings the blues
37
Billie Holiday (American singer.); 1915-1959, Diana Ross (American singer and actress.), Motion picture reviewsSingle works
Grounding the skyjacker
48
Benjamin O. Davis (Jr.), United States Federal Aviation Administration, Airports (Security measures), Airplane hijacking (Prevention)
Goodbye Black Sambo
60
Children's literature, Black authors
Closing the fun gap
75
Games
Braille in jail
82
Robert JENKINS (Jr.), Blind (Printing and writing systems), Prisoners
Skate mates
122
Richard Ewell (III.), Michelle MCCLADDIE, Ice shows, Skaters
Classic stuffings for the holiday bird
137
Cooking (Poultry)
Black worker: 1890 to the present
150
Blacks (Employment, History)
Percy Sutton: power politics, New York style
165
Percy E. Sutton; 1920-., New York (N.Y.) (Politics and government)
Condemned to die for science
177
United States Public Health Service, Medical research (Human experimentation), Sexually transmitted diseases

Week of gospel happiness
86
Black music
Mr Jiri's missions of mercy
96
Jairos JIRI, Medical missions (Zimbabwe), Rehabilitation
Britain's blacks
109
Blacks (Great Britain)
Scholarly dozens
192
Blacks (Education)
Annual football roundup
194
Football, Professional

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