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

Washington notebook
26
Finley T. MCQUEEN, Tuskegee Institute, Lobbyists and lobbying
Genetic puzzle
30
Twins, Interracial marriage
Vernon Jordan
31
National Urban League, Blacks (Political activities), Crime and criminals (Indiana), United States (Race relations)
U. of Akron's BMOC.
44
Charles WALKER, University of Akron, Black college teachers, Blind
Airport that Maynard built
52
Maynard H. Jackson, Black business enterprises, Joint ventures, Atlanta (Ga.) (Airports)
Making it thrice
100
Hal A. Franklin (II.), Black physicians
Bill Cosby talks about: middle age and other aggravations
116
Middle age
Black women, stop criticizing; black men--blame yourselves
128
Women and men
Mystery of the disappearing blacks
136
Blacks (Crimes against), Murder, Atlanta (Ga.) (Crime)
Ramsey Lewis' Christmas duck
142
Ramsey Lewis; 1935-., Christmas dinners, Cooking (Poultry)

Black clout in the unions
64
Labor unions (Blacks, Officials)
Congressional Black Caucus celebrates its 10th anniversary
72
Caucuses
Black singles: the new dating game
89
Robert E. STAPLES, Dating (Social customs) (Economic aspects), Single people
African giant's coming-out party
148
Shehu Shagari (Visit to the United States, 1980)
How to beat those Christmas blues
152
Blacks (Economic conditions), Christmas (Economic aspects)

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