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
27
Washington (D.C.) (Blacks, Historic houses, sites, etc)
Running New Orleans is no Mardi Gras
33
Ernest Nathan Morial, New Orleans (La.) (Politics and government)
School that refused to die
44
Paul J. ADAMS, Blacks (Education), Catholic schools, Chicago (Ill.) (Education)
German soccer star seeks his black father
55
Single fathers, Mulattoes
Whatever happened to . . . Vivian Malone?
64
Vivian Malone; 1942-., University of Alabama (History), Blacks (Civil rights), Colleges and universities (Desegregation)
Black medical renaissance in Atlanta
104
Morehouse School of Medicine
Football coach is a lady
115
Shirley McCray, Football, High school
Sir Seretse Khama of Botswana
124
Sir Seretse Khama; 1921-1980, Botswana
Is it true what they say about twins?
134
Twins
Christmas buffet
144
Christmas cooking

Young Chicagoans build million dollar shoe empire
72
Kham BEARD, Nate PARKER, Shoe stores, Chicago (Ill.) (Stores)
Woman navigator spans the globe for U.S. Air Force
85
Betty PAYNE, Air navigation, Servicewomen
Off season pursuits prepare pros for the future
150
Black athletes, Occupational mobility
Indecision, skepticism among young blacks, say leaders of the future
156
Black leadership, Black youth (Attitudes)

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