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
30
Swamp DOGG
Looking back on blacks in films
35
Blacks in motion pictures
Showdown at Wounded Knee: black artist sketches Indian confrontation
46
American Indian Movement, Indians of North America (Government relations), Wounded Knee Creek, Battle of, 1890
Striking 102: S. Brounson
58
Joseph Brodsky (Russian poet.); 1940-1996, Centenarians
Black caucus: five years later
64
Caucuses
Voice of 30,000 librarians
107
Robert Wedgeworth, American Library Association
Black voice in Durham: WAFR-FM serves black of North Carolina city
114
Radio stations
Annual baseball roundup: bandits of the basepaths
124
Baseball, Professional, Baseball players
Chauffeured holiday
136
Travel
Eligible bachelors of 1973 are hip and aware
144
Single men

Hypertension: biggest killer of blacks
74
Hypertension, Blacks (Health and hygiene)
Black theater group goes on Broadway
84
Theater, Black, New York (N.Y.) (Theater)
With thanks to Frank Wills
94
Frank Wills, Watergate case
Black prisoners of war return
96
Prisoners of war, Returned
Man who whupped Muhammad Ali
152
Ken Norton; 1945-.
New entertaining vogue: sophisticated suppers
166
Dinners
Gladys Knight and the Pips
172
Gladys Knight, Rock groups
Whatever happened to the frozen woman
182
Dorothy Mae Stevens ANDERSON, Cold (Physiological effects)

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