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
30
Black leadership
Why blacks don't vote
33
Blacks (Political activities), Suffrage
Probing the intelligence community
42
Intelligence service
Johnny Mathis: his own man now
44
Johnny Mathis
Conquering razor bumps
54
Blacks (Health and hygiene), Skin (Diseases)
Planting cane the easy way
94
Leonard JULIEN, Planters (Farm machines)
Cooking with cereals
108
Cooking (Grain)
Ghana's love affair with Shirley Temple Black
114
Shirley Temple Black; 1928-., United States (Foreign relations, Ghana)
Our hope--new values in the ghetto
124
Blacks (Crime)
Houston's enterprising sisters-in-law
126
Law firms, Women lawyers

Tuning up for Ali
62
George Foreman
TAP: the little poverty organization that could: western Virginia
74
Poor (Virginia), Volunteer service
Ernest Green; vigil on the labor front
84
Ernest Green, Construction workers, Employment agencies, Blacks (Employment)

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