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

Blacks challenge the airwaves
35
Television laws and regulations, Television broadcasting (Black programs)
Pittsburgh narcotics addicts find hope in the methadone method
48
Methadone, Pittsburgh (Pa.) (Public health)
Making of black America
56
Black leadership, Blacks (History, Civil rights)
Irrepressible envoy from Ghana
68
Ebenezer Moses DEBRAH, Black ambassadors, Ghana (Diplomatic and consular service)
Black takeover of U.S. cities?
76
Cities and towns, Black municipal officers, Blacks (Political activities)
Black coed at Armed forces college
108
Bernice MCGHEE, Armed Forces Staff College (U.S.)
New surge in toys that teach
114
Christmas gifts for children, Toys
Neighborhood center: newest public health remedy
124
Health facilities
Atlanta's charmer on channel 5
134
Xernona Clayton, Television broadcasting (Talk shows, Black programs)
Annual football roundup: the year of the strike
143
Football players (Salaries)

Life inside a hippie commune
88
Collective settlements, Organic gardens and gardening
LJ proves thoroughbreds are color-blind
100
Louis J. DUROUSSEAU, Horse racing

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