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

What Vacation Time-sharing Can Mean to You
18
Timesharing (Real estate)
What Does it Take to be a Great Father?
22
Fathers and children
Sisters Doing it for Themselves
30
Single women (Economic conditions, Housing), House buying
Superbachelors of 2000
34
Single men
Black Pioneers in the High-tech World
42
Blacks (Internet use)
2000 Baseball Roundup
70
Black baseball players
Bridal Gowns
76
Fashion Fair Cosmetics, Inc, Wedding clothes
Sports and Your Child: what Every Parent Should Know
86
Children (Sports)
Richard Williams: Venus and Serena's Father Whips the Pros and Makes His Family No. 1 in Tennis
92
Richard Williams (American tennis coach and father of Venus and Serena Williams.), Serena Williams (American tennis player.); 1981-, Venus Williams (American tennis player.); 1980-, Fathers and daughters, Tennis (Women, Tournaments)
Mary J. Blige: Talks about Marriage, Her Triumph Over Drugs, and the Day that Changed Her Life
100
Mary J. Blige

Phenomenal Fathers
53
Fathers
Mark Fields
54
Mark Fields (American financial executive.)
Osayande Watson
58
Osayande Watson
Fred Hammond
60
Fred Hammond (American gospel singer, songwriter and producer.)
Fred Brown
62
Fred Brown
George Williams
64
George Williams
Alvin Garibaldi
66
Alvin Garibaldi
Maj. Horace Carney III.
68
Horace Carney
How to Improve Your Rear View
110
Black women (Physical fitness), Exercise
Fatherhood at 65
116
Alvin Francis Poussaint; 1934-., Fathers and children, Child rearing
Magnificent Marinades
124
Marinades
Ebony Honors Top Women in Marketing and Communications
134
Ebony (Periodical), Black women (Awards)
The 25 Most Important Events in Black Music History
140
Black music (History), Black musicians
What Happened to the Only Black Family on the Titanic
148
Laroche family, Joseph P. L. Laroche, Titanic (Steamship)
First-class Weddings: the Second Time Around
156
Weddings, Remarriage
The Story Nobody Talks About: the Shocking Plight of Black Women Prisoners
162
Black women prisoners

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