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

Lonnie G. Bunch: Keeper of African-American History
22
Lonnie G. Bunch (American historian and museum director.), National Museum of African American History and Culture (Proposed) (Officials)
5 Questions For: Elise Neal
24
Elise Neal (American actress); 1970- (Interviews)
In Search of the Promised Land
26
Rekindling Old Flames: Can You Go Back?
30
Love, Black men and women
How to Retire Healthier, Wealthier and Sooner
32
Retirement income, Blacks (Retirement, Economic conditions)
The Other Woman
100
Adultery, Married men
The Mystery of Sarcoidosis
106
Sarcoidosis, Blacks (Health and hygiene)
Glow: Healthy Summer Skin From Head To Toe
110
Skin (Care), Beauty, Personal (Black women)
What You Should Know Before Having Sex
118
Safe sex, Sexually transmitted diseases (Prevention), Blacks (Sexual behavior)
Triple Duty
124
Tamara Tunie (American actress.)

Pushing Her Buttons
40
Black men and women, Black men (Psychology)
Infertility: Help For Couples Trying To Conceive
52
Infertility, Fertilization in vitro, Black women (Health and hygiene)
The John H. Johnson Cultural and Educational Museum
60
John H. Johnson (American magazine publisher.); 1918-2005, John H. Johnson Cultural and Educational Museum (Arkansas City, Ark.)
Toni's Back!
68
Toni Braxton (American singer.)
Female Incontinence: What You Should Know and Why You Should Tell Your Doctor
76
Urine (Incontinence, Therapy), Black young women (Diseases)
Why Wear White?
80
Fashion shows, Color in fashion, White, Summer
In Living Color: From the Canvas of Jonathan Green
86
Jonathan Green (American artist.), Gullah art
The Rhythm of Capoeira
94
Capoeira (Dance), Physical fitness
Date With a Dish: Super Summer Salads
130
Salads, Summer cooking
'Good Moming, America,' From . . . Tony Perkins
136
Tony Perkins (American weathercaster.), Good morning America (Television program)
The Familly Reunion, Part II: Choosing the Theme That Fits Your Gathering
144
Black family reunions
Diann Burns & Marc Watts
152
Diann Burns (American television news anchor) (Family), Marc Watts (American talent agent) (Family)
Jimmie Lee Solomon: Making A Big-League Pitch Off The Field
162
Jimmie Lee Solomon (American baseball executive.), Major League Baseball (Organization) (Officials)
The Gardening Craze: The Popularity of Tilling The Earth Blooms Among Blacks
170
Gardens and gardening, Blacks (Recreation)
Justice for Emmett
176
Emmett Till (African American teenaged lynching victim); 1941-1955 (Murder), United States Dept. of Justice, Lynching, Criminal investigation, Blacks (History, Mississippi), Mississippi (Race relations)

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