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

Yetta Galiber: Christmas Every Day of the Year
27
Yetta W. Galiber, Handicapped children, Christmas stores, Washington (D.C.) (Stores)
'My Best Christmas Ever'.
34
Black celebrities, Christmas (History)
The Richest Black School
52
Hampton University
Cry Freedom
60
Richard Attenborough (British actor and motion picture director) (Reviews), Cry freedom (Motion picture) (Reviews)
Cry Freedom
60
Stephen Biko; 1946-1977, Apartheid in motion pictures, Political prisoners (South Africa)
Why Our Children are Killing One Another
88
Black children (Crimes against), Murder, Blacks (Crime)
Breaking the Sex Barrier: Women in Non-traditional Jobs
96
Black women (Occupations)
Troy Beyer: More Than Meets the Eye
102
Troy Beyer
In the Spirit of Giving
110
Food as gifts
How to Get a Piece of the $21 Billion Scholarship Pie
124
Blacks (Scholarships), Student aid

Introducing: Producer/songwriter Narada Michael Walden
68
Narada Michael Walden, Blacks in the recording industry
Ebony Update: Ernest Green
72
Ernest Green, Public schools (Desegregation), Little Rock (Ark.) (Education, History)
The Mayor Everybody Knows
78
Harold Washington; 1922-1987, Chicago (Ill.) (Politics and government)
Rebuilding Lives: a College Program for Single Parents and Their Kids
134
Saint Paul's College, Single mothers (Education)
Black Toymakers
144
Blacks in the toy and game industry
Lisa Bonet: the Growing Pains of a Rising Star
150
Lisa Bonet

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