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

Romance and Finance: For Love and Money
24
Black men and women, Personal finance, Money (Psychological aspects)
A Few Tips for Valentine's Day
30
Valentine's Day, Black men (Psychology)
This Valentine's Day, Love Yourself
36
Self esteem, Black women (Psychology), Beauty, Personal (Black women), Valentine's Day
A Second Chance for a Single Father
46
Single fathers, Child rearing, Support (Domestic relations), Black family
Memories in Stone and Steel
52
Blacks (Museums, Directories, History)
CIAA and 'Capital City' Team Up for a Big Score
106
Central Intercollegiate Athletic Association, Basketball, College (Tournaments), Raleigh (N.C.) (Description and travel)
Ebony Fashion Fair: Black Designers Introduce Spring Fashions
110
Fashion shows, Black fashion designers
Date With a Dish: Culinary Professionals And Their Favorite Recipes
116
Rochelle Brown, Regynald G. Washington, Iris Rideau, Carlton Christian, Cooking, Black cooks, Black celebrities
The Dish On 'Soul Food'.
126
Soul food (Television program)
Selecting Wine And Cooking With Wine
132
Wine, Dinners, Cooking (Wine)

Finding Your Sensual Side: How To Go From Serious (and Dull) To Wow!
62
Sensuality, Self esteem, Black women (Psychology)
Top Weddings of the Year
66
Weddings (Photographs), Black celebrity couples (Photographs)
The Central Intercollegiate Athletic Association (CIAA)
77
Central Intercollegiate Athletic Association, Basketball, College (Tournaments)
The Magic of the CIAA Tournament
78
Central Intercollegiate Athletic Association, Basketball, College (Tournaments, Economic aspects)
Leon G. Kerry: The Man BehInd the CIAA Surge
94
Leon G. Kerry, Central Intercollegiate Athletic Association
Dr. Dorothy Yancy: The CIAA's President of the Board
100
Dorothy Yancy, Central Intercollegiate Athletic Association (Officials), Corporations (Directors)
Dumped! How Sisters Can Put It Back Together
138
Separation (Psychology), Single women (Psychology), Black women (Psychology)
Young Leaders Of The Future
144
Black young adults, Black leadership
What Barbershop Didn't Tell You About Rosa Parks
154
Rosa Parks (American civil rights activist.); 1913-2005, Blacks (Civil rights, History), Montgomery (Ala.) Bus Boycott, 1955, United States (Race relations)
10 Hottest Couples
164
Ebony (Periodical), Black celebrity couples (Photographs)
Couples Who Met While Working Out
174
Love, Exercise, Couples (Recreation), Blacks (Physical fitness)
Emmitt, Tom, Tavis, Master P And Others Tell Why They Love Black Women
183
Love, Black celebrities, Black men and women

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