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

Chronicles of Black Courage
31
Carter Godwin Woodson; 1875-1950, Association for the Study of Afro-American Life and History
New Faces on Capitol Hill
36
Congressional Black Caucus, Black congressmen
Basketball's Million-dollar Minister
42
Terry Cummings
Where We Belong, a Duet
46
Poems (Single works)
Our Thing: Black Poets Celebrate Love and the Valentine Spirit
46
Love poetry, Black poetry
How to Cope with Ten of the Most Worrisome Health Problems
52
Blacks (Health and hygiene)
Todd Bridges & Janet Jackson: the Problems of Teen-age Stars
58
Todd Bridges, Janet Jackson
Cab Calloway
66
Cab Calloway (American singer and band leader.); 1907-1994
Admiral Hacker Takes Command
74
Benjamin Thurman Hacker; 1935-., United States Navy (Blacks), United States (Armed Forces, Mediterranean region)
Marilyn McCoo: how She Keeps Fit
80
Marilyn McCoo (American singer.), Exercise

Love
48
Poems (Single works)
Beauty that is Never Old
48
Poems (Single works)
Communication
48
Poems (Single works)
To Mareta
50
Poems (Single works)
To a Man
50
Poems (Single works)
Creole Cookin'!
90
Cooking, Creole
Is it True what They Say about Southern Men?
104
Black men and women, Blacks (Southern States)
Black Women on the Bench: Wielding the Gavel of Change
110
Black women judges
A Living Memorial to the Drum Major for Justice
120
King Center (Atlanta, Ga.)
Can Black Public Colleges be Saved?
130
Black colleges and universities

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