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: what Every Couple Should Know about Money
22
Women and men, Personal finance
Sisters Searching for "the World's Best Brother".
30
Perfectionism (Psychology), Black men and women, Black women (Psychology)
Body Basics
32
Black women (Health and hygiene)
Day-care Dilemma
35
Day care
Ossie & Ruby
48
Ossie Davis (American actor and dramatist.); 1917-2005, Ruby Dee (American actress.), Wedding anniversaries
Top Weddings of the Year
102
Black celebrity couples (Photographs), Weddings (Photographs)
Timesaving Entrees
114
Meals
10 Hottest Couples
124
Black celebrity couples
How to Bring the Romance Back
136
Romance
The Shocking Truth about Female Impotence
142
Sexual disorders

Black History Trails
58
Trails, Blacks (History)
10 Most Stylish Men
68
Clothing and dress (Celebrities, Men), Black celebrities
Jesse Jackson's Wall Street Initiative
78
Jesse L. Jackson (American clergyman and civil rights activist.); 1941-, Wall Street Project
Blacks on Wall Street and Other Money Streets
86
Black investment banking, Black stockbrokers, Black investment advisers
Down in the Delta
96
Maya Angelou (American poet and memoirist) (Reviews), Down in the Delta (Motion picture) (Reviews)
Losing Weight for Health and Love
150
Brandon Harris, Toni Harris, Dieting
Still on the Case: Carter G. Woodson: Father of Black History
156
Carter Godwin Woodson; 1875-1950, Association for the Study of Afro-American Life and History, Blacks (History), Black History Month
Giants of the Century: 1900-2000
162
Blacks (History, Photographs)
Seductive Style: Grooming Tips for Two
174
Beauty, Personal (Black women, Black men)
The Thomas Jefferson/Sally Hemings Controversy: Woodson Family Presses Case as New Question Emerges: Did Jefferson Also Father Children by ...
189
Thomas Jefferson (American president); 1743-1826 (Sexual behavior), Sally Hemings (African American slave and alleged mistress of President Thomas Jefferson.); 1773-1835, Mary Hemings, Hemings family (descendants of African American slave Sally Hemings.), Woodson family (descendants of Thomas Jefferson and Sally Hemings.), Paternity testing

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