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

Speaking of people
6
Women (Africa)
Ebony book shelf
27
Africa (Bibliography)
Washington notebook
30
S. Edward Peal, Africans (United States), Ambassadors
Africa . . . continent of the future
32
Africa
Africa: continent of the future
35
Black American stake in U.S. policy toward Africa
76
Blacks (Race identity), United States (Foreign relations, Africa)
Hot spots in Africa
84
Africa (Politics and government)
Africa's diverse beauties
93
Women (Africa)
Roots
100
Blacks (History), Gambia (Genealogy)
They say it's a revolution
108
Running

Africa: cradle of mankind
44
East Africa (Antiquities)
Message to all Americans
48
United States (Foreign relations, Southern Africa, Zambia)
Kissinger in Africa
52
Henry Kissinger (American Secretary of state.); 1923-, United StatesForeign relations/Africa
Africa: colossus of promise and problems
61
Natural resources (Africa), Africa (Population)
Heroes of African freedom
68
Africa (Politics and government)
Journey back home
74
Gladys PINDERHUGHES, Foreign visitors (West Africa), West Africa (Description and travel)
Life in Africa
116
Africa (Social life and customs)
Africa in early world history
125
Africa (History)
Renewing our ties
130
Blacks (Race identity)
Rhythm and ritual
133
Art, African
African foods
139
Cooking, African
Africa: a jewel of many facets
148
Africa (Politics and government)

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