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

Black Chancellor Meets Challenge at Formerly All-white University
27
John Brooks Slaughter; 1934-., University of Maryland, College Park
1984 Olympic Hopefuls
39
Black athletes, Olympic athletes, Olympic Games, 1984 (Los Angeles, Calif.)
Year in Review: 1983
44
Nineteen hundred and eighty-three (Year), Blacks
Count Basie's Quiet Retreat in the Bahamas
48
Count Basie (American jazz pianist and band leader.); 1904-1984
Tennessee State Diet Program Helps Coed Shed 110 Pounds
54
Kay McClanahan, Dieting
Black Auto Designers: Talented Few Help Shape the Future for Basic U.S. Industry
80
Automobiles (Design), Automobile designers, Blacks in the automobile industry
The New Pullman Porter
87
Carol Fulcher, Porters
Festive Fare: 1984
100
Entertaining
Winter Vacation: You Can Go Home Again
107
Blacks (Southern States), Southern States (Description and travel)
Beauty Directions for the Mature Woman
110
Beauty, Personal (Black women)

Lady Pioneer in the Oil Fields
60
Edith Williams, Mobil Corporation, Petroleum engineers
Magazine Covers: are Blacks Blacked Out?
65
Black entertainers, Periodical covers
Happy Birthday
70
Martin Luther King (Jr.); 1929-1968
The Problems of Lefties in a Right-handed World
73
Left- and right-handedness
1984 Hairstyles
110
Black hairstyling
Color Direction: 1984
114
Makeup
Ebony Skin
120
Skin (Care and hygiene)
Toning Directions: Exercises
122
Exercise

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