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

The 10 Biggest Myths about Black History
25
Blacks (History)
New Battler for Black Women
43
Jewell Jackson McCabe, Coalition of 100 Black Women
The Sculptor who Would Have Gone Into Space
54
Edward J. Dwight (Jr., American astronaut and sculptor.), Black astronauts
Darnell Williams: Gaining Fame and Fans on the Soaps
61
Darnell Williams
All My Children
61
All my children (Television program) (Reviews)
Like Husband, Like Wife
90
Married couples (Employment), Blacks (Occupations)
Traditional Dessert Favorites
102
Desserts
Footwear Facts
108
Shoes
Black Leadership at the Crossroads
112
Black leadership
120-pound Weight Loss is Her Gain
118
Frankye Brown, Dieting

In Honor of Great Black Americans
70
Street names, Geographic names (United States), Black celebrities (Names)
Jazz Goes to College
78
Jazz music (Study and teaching)
Whatever Happened to Wilma Rudolph?
84
Wilma Rudolph; 1940-1994, Track and field athletics (Women, History)
First Ladies of the Struggle
122
Blacks (Civil rights, History), Widows
American Black Achievement Awards: a Tribute to Black Excellence
130
American Black Achievement Awards
From Welfare to a Million-dollar High-tech Firm
140
Antoinette Bianchi, Antoinette Bianchi Enterprises

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