November 1985
Ebony;Nov1985, Vol. 41 Issue 1, p43
The author discusses various articles in the 40th Anniversary Special Issue of the magazine "Ebony," including the very first interview with publisher and editor John H. Johnson, profiles of 40 men and women whose contributions, sacrifices and endeavors have impacted the lives of African Americans since 1945, and another one titled "The Survivors" which is a round-up of entertainers during the last four decades.


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