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

Live and Let Lie
24
Truthfulness and falsehood, Women and men
President Clinton and Former Senator Dole Tell what They Will Do for Blacks
26
Bill Clinton; 1946-., Robert J. Dole; 1923-., Presidential campaigns (1996), Blacks (Political activities)
Building Your Retirement Nest Egg
36
Retirement income, Blacks (Retirement)
Mbeki in America
42
Thabo Mbeki; 1942-., South Africans (United States)
Cosby is Back, But . .
54
Bill Cosby; 1937-., Blacks in television, Television programs (Black programs)
An Apple a Day . .
76
Cooking (Apples)
Still Lifting and Climbing
100
National Association of Colored Women's Clubs (U.S.)
The New Hair Freedom
106
Black hairstyling
Blacks and the Biggest Olympics
112
Black athletes, Olympic Games, 1996 (Atlanta, Ga.)
Requiem for a Fan
116
Alice S. Hawthorne; d. 1996, Centennial Olympic Park (Atlanta, Ga.) (Bombing, 1996)

Cosby
56
Cosby (Television program) (Reviews)
Factory Worker Gives $700,000 to Charity
62
Matel Dawson (American automobile worker and philanthropist.), Ford Motor Co, Blacks in the automobile industry, Blacks (Charitable contributions)
The Awakening of the African Giant
120
Olympic Games, 1996 (Atlanta, Ga.), Africans (United States), Olympic athletes
The 15 Most Beautiful Black Women
130
Black celebrities, Beauty, Personal (Black women)

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