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 Sugar Ray Leonard Family: a House Divided
27
Sugar Ray Leonard; 1956-.
100 Pounds Lighter for the Runway
36
Eric Lunderman, Dieting
Young Achievers
44
Job success, Blacks (Occupations)
Docs for Jocks
51
Black physicians, Sports medicine
A Raisin in the Sun
57
Lorraine Hansberry (American dramatist); 1930-1965 (Reviews)
First Black Woman Transit Boss
93
Carmen E. Turner, Washington (D.C.) (Transit systems)
The Joys and Hazards of Traveling Alone
101
Business travel, Black women (Travel)
Black County Officials: a Gradual Changing of the Guard
107
Black county officers
Regional American Foods
116
Cooking, American
Everything You Need to Know about Shaving
128
Shaving

Peedie Snipes
63
Peedie Snipes, Progeria
Akeem the Dream
68
Hakeem Olajuwon
Black Models: the 10 at the Top
78
Black models (Persons)
John Biggers: Artist who Influenced a Generation
87
John Thomas Biggers (American painter and art teacher.); 1924-2001, Texas Southern University, Colleges and universities (Departments of art)
Multimillionaires Under 30
131
Black celebrities, Black millionaires
Ten Religious Groups with Biggest Black Memberships
140
Black churches, Church membership
Is There a Plot Against Black Teachers?
147
Blacks (Employment, Discriminatory practices), Black teachers, Teachers (Examinations)
Lt. Robert Goodman: the Story Behind His Rescue
155
Jesse L. Jackson (American clergyman and civil rights activist.); 1941-, Robert O. Goodman (American naval officer and aviator.); 1956-, United States (Foreign relations, Syria, Armed Forces, Lebanon), Syria (Foreign relations, United States)

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