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

Conmmon Sense Sisters
26
Black women (Psychology), Common sense
How to Get the Best Cell Phone Deal
30
Cellular telephones, Cellular telephone service companies
You Don't Have to Die So Early!
34
Black men (Health and hygiene)
GM Salutes The 45th Ebony Fashion Fair Tour
35
Fashion shows
Annual Women's Health Section
45
Black women (Health and hygiene)
9/11 One Year Later
73
World Trade Center terrorist attack, 2001 (Anniversaries, Families of victims, Psychological aspects), Pentagon terrorist attack, 2001 (Anniversaries)
10 Most Powerful Blacks in TV.
86
Blacks in the television broadcasting industry, Black executives
The Favorite Recipes Of Celebrity Cooks
100
Cooking, Black celebrities
Ahead of the Crowd
108
Paris (France) (Fashion shows)
Parenting in the Fast Lane
114
Black family, Parents, Child rearing, Work and family

Beating Breast Cancer
46
Black women (Health and hygiene), Breast (Cancer, Prevention)
Health Hot Line
58
Diabetes, Heart (Diseases), Black women (Health and hygiene)
How Top Women Stay in Shape
60
Black women (Health and hygiene, Physical fitness), Exercise
Living With Lactose Intolerance
66
Lactose intolerance, Blacks (Nutrition)
The 2002 TV Season: What's New, What's Black, What's Back!
122
Blacks in television, Television programs (Black programs)
Hail to the (Police) Chiefs!
134
Eugene G. Savage, Gwendolyn V. Boyd-Savage, Black police chiefs, Fort Pierce (Fla.) (Police), North Miami (Fla.) (Police)
The Do's And Don'ts Of Office Romances
140
Office romance
Sex & Music: Has It Gone Too Far?
146
Sex in music, Rap music (Lyrics, Ethical aspects), Violence, Misogyny in rap music

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