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

A Christmas Carol (or If Santa Were a Black Woman)
18
Christmas (Humor, satire, etc), Black women (Humor, satire, etc)
Denver's Walking Mayor
29
Wellington E. Webb; 1941-., Denver (Colo.) (Politics and government)
The Mystery and Real-life Tragedy of Dorothy Dandridge
36
Dorothy Dandridge
NFL Stars Off the Field
44
Black football players
10 Things Black Men Do that Aggravate Black Women . . . and Vice Versa
54
Black men and women
A Day to Feast
78
Christmas dinners
Dreaming of a Black Christmas
94
Christmas, Black family, Blacks (Religious life)
The Story Behind the Explosive Statistics: why Blacks are Losing Ground in the Workforce
102
Blacks (Employment, Discriminatory practices)
How Notables Will Celebrate Christmas
108
Christmas, Black celebrities
A Royal Rap: Queen Latifah Reigns on and Off TV.
116
Queen Latifah (American rapper and actress.)

Kym Worthy: Detroit's Dramatic Prosecutor
62
Malice Wayne Green, Kym Worthy, Police brutality, Trials (Michigan), Trials (Murder), Detroit (Mich.) (Police)
The Sandwich Generation
68
Aged (Family relationships, Health and hygiene), Black family, Caregivers, Black aged, Sandwich generation

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