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
28
Eunice W. Johnson (American magazine executive.)
History's Children
33
Children of black leaders, Blacks (History)
Miss and Mrs. Mississippi
44
Carla Denise Nicks, Toni Seawright, Miss America Pageant, Mrs. America Pageant
Black Designer Dazzles Paris
52
Patrick Kelly
Ebony Update: Martha Reeves Without the Vandellas
62
Martha Reeves (American singer.)
Moms Mabley Revisited
124
Clarice Taylor (American actress.), Moms Mabley (American comedienne and actress.); 1894?-1975
Moms
124
Ben Caldwell (American dramatist); 1937- (Reviews)
Black America's Rich Film History
132
Blacks in the motion picture industry, Blacks in motion pictures
Black Love
141
Love, Blacks (Psychology)
The Day They Said 'I Do'.
142
Weddings (Photographs), Black celebrity couples (Photographs)

'Mother of the Movement'.
68
Rosa Parks (American civil rights activist.); 1913-2005, Montgomery (Ala.) Bus Boycott, 1955
Postal Union President Robert L. White: the Civil Rights Crusader of the Labor Movement
76
Robert L. White, National Alliance of Postal and Federal Employees
'Sister' Presidents
82
Niara Sudarkasa, Johnnetta B. Cole, Gloria R. Scott, Spelman College, Lincoln University (Pa.), Bennett College
Are Blacks Giving Away Jazz?
90
Jazz music
A Valentine's Dinner for Her
108
Valentine's Day dinners
Fat for Fun and Profit
118
Fat Boys (Musical group)
Three Great Love Stories
150
Bill Cosby (American actor and comedian.); 1937-, Camille Cosby (wife of American comedian Bill Cosby and philanthropist.), Benjamin L. Hooks (American civil rights activist, lawyer and judge.); 1925-2010, Frances Hooks (wife of Benjamin L. Hooks.), Ossie Davis (American actor and dramatist.); 1917-2005, Ruby Dee (American actress.), Married couples
Mothers and Daughters: the Special Connection
158
Parent-child relationship
The Champion of Champions
166
Thomas Hearns; 1958-.
Introducing: Vocalist/performer Jody Watley
170
Jody Watley
School Daze
172
Spike Lee (Reviews), School daze (Motion picture) (Reviews)
Baltimore Breakthrough
180
Kurt Schmoke; 1949-., Baltimore (Md.) (Politics and government)

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