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

Ebony Interview with Rep. Louis Stokes
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Louis Stokes (American congressman.); 1925-, John Fitzgerald Kennedy (American president); 1917-1963 (Assassination), Martin Luther King (Jr.); 1929-1968 (Assassination), United States Congress House Select Committee on Assassinations
Annual Readers Poll . . . the Most Beautiful Black Woman, the Best City for Blacks, the Hottest Entertainers . .
30
Blacks (Attitudes)
Black College Queens
36
Beauty contests, Black women college students
Denver Student Sheds 145 Pounds and Begins New Life
48
Roland Durst, Dieting
Great Olympic Moments
52
Jackie Joyner-Kersee (American heptathlete and basketball player.); 1962-, Heptathlon (Women), Olympic Games, 1988 (Seoul, Korea)
Dr. Comic
70
Bertice Berry
Videoblack
74
Blacks in video recordings
Light Luscious Desserts
86
Desserts
Magic and Cookie Johnson Speak Out for First Time on Love, AIDS and Marriage
100
Earvin Johnson (American basketball player and coach.); 1959-, Cookie Johnson (wife of American basketball player Earvin "Magic" Johnson.), AIDS (Disease) and athletes
Magic Johnson's Full-court Press Against AIDS.
108
Earvin Johnson (American basketball player and coach.); 1959-, AIDS (Disease) education, AIDS (Disease) and athletes

Memphis Motel Becomes a Shrine
54
National Civil Rights Museum (Memphis, Tenn.)
Black Movers and Shakers in Philanthropy
60
Blacks (Charitable contributions), Foundations, Charitable and educational (Directors)
From Fashion Fair Model to Role Model
112
Del Marie Anderson; 1937-., San Jose City College
Superboy
118
Kenny Blank

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