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

Negro woman
25
Black women
Builders of a new South
27
Fannie Lou HAMER, Civil rights workers, BlacksSouthern States
Long thrust toward economic equality
38
Black women (Employment)
Angels of Saigon
44
Black nurses and nursing, Vietnamese War, 1957-1975 (Medical and sanitary affairs)
Despised minority
48
Single mothers
Women in the arts
90
Negro woman in politics
96
Women (Political activities)
Bachelor girl
102
Dolores BATES, Ruby BURROWS, Businesswomen, Single women
Look beyond the matriarchy
111
Blacks (Social conditions)
Three-horned dilemma facing Negro women
118
National Council of Black Women

Sexual revolution
57
Sexual ethics
New image of the socialite
63
Upper classes
Young woman in a white world
69
Cynthia NORVELL, Married women (Employment)
Vanishing farm wife
76
Thetis GERALD, Farm women
What weaker sex?
84
Era Bell Thompson (American periodical editor and nonfiction writer.); 1906-1986
Summer coolers
134
Ice cream, ices, etc
Integration comes to the beauty business
140
Hairstyling
Problems of the Negro woman intellectual
144
Intellectuals and intellectual life
Supremes are tops
152
Black singers

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