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

Washington notebook
24
Black congressmen, Blacks (Political activities)
Fight for black babies
32
Adoption and adopted children
Black presence in the era of the American revolution 1770-1800
44
Portraits, American, United States (History, Blacks, Revolution, 1775-1783)
Nat King Cole's daughter of soul
54
Natalie Cole
Atlanta: new mecca for young blacks
62
Blacks (Economic conditions), Atlanta (Ga.) (Blacks)
Her honor the mayor
105
Doria DAVIS, Compton (Calif.)
How to foil the rip-off man
114
Burglary protection, Locks and keys
New portrait of black America
122
Blacks (Attitudes)
Men's fashion: an expression of lifestyle
124
Clothing and dress (Men)
Unsung potato
130
Cooking (Vegetables)

Juanita Baker: warden with a conscience
70
Juanita BAKER, Women prisoners
Climbing to top in a man's world
79
Ivory STRONG, Telephone workers
Sitting in judgment on teen delinquency
88
William Sylvester WHITE, Juvenile courts, Chicago (Ill.) (Courts)
Toward a liberal and career education
100
Blacks (Education)
Hank Aaron
144
Hank Aaron; 1934-.
Suicide: growing menace to black women
152
Suicide
Whatever happened to Marc Copage?
162
Marc Copage; 1962-.

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