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

How Celebrities Will Celebrate Christmas
31
Christmas, Black celebrities
Go Tell it on the Mountain: Christmas and the Black Spirit
36
Christmas poems, Spirituals (Songs)
Speakin' O' Christmas
38
Christmas poems (Single works)
FaithDome: 'a Grand-slam Homer for Jesus'.
40
Frederick Price (American clergyman.); 1932-, FaithDome (Los Angeles, Calif.), Crenshaw Christian Center
How to Live Above Your Means . . . and Get Away with it
46
Blacks (Economic conditions), Cost and standard of living
A Festive Christmas Dinner
80
Christmas dinners
New Dilemma for Black Professionals: 'living Together' Or Marriage?
96
Marriage, Black professionals, Unmarried couples
100 Pounds Lighter--and Loving it
104
Jessie Carter, Weight loss, Exercise
World-class Speed, Family Style
116
David Patrick, Sandra Farmer-Patrick, Hurdle racing
The Ten Top-paying Jobs for Blacks
122
Blacks (Occupations), Black professionals

Equal Justice Under Siege: Coping with the Runaway Supreme Court
54
United States Supreme Court (Decisions), Blacks (Civil rights)
Jim Brown on Life and Love in Hollywood
60
How to Increase Your Sex Appeal
68
Sex appeal
Remembering Sugar Ray
74
Edna Mae Robinson (wife of Sugar Ray Robinson.); 1915-2002, Sugar Ray Robinson (American boxer.); 1921-1989
Miss America: Black, Beautiful, Brainy and Born-again
132
Debbye Turner, Miss America Pageant
Fiber Fills the Bill
139
Fiber in diet
Top of Capitol Hill
144
Black congressmen

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