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

The Top 40
24
Middle aged persons (Psychology), Black women (Psychology)
Students Learn to Surf the 'Net
26
Internet (Educational use)
Star Moms Share Their Dreams for Their Daughters
29
Mothers, Black celebrities' families, Children of celebrities
Talented Genes: the DNA of Success
38
Black celebrities' families
What They Don't Tell You about Affirmative Action
46
Affirmative action
The Best of Ebony
86
Ebony (Periodical), Cooking, Black, Cooking
Jackie Barrett: the Nation's First Black Woman Sheriff
94
Jackie Barrett, Women sheriffs, Fulton County (Ga.) (Sheriff)
How to Beat Depression
102
Depression, Mental
Am I Black, White Or in Between?
108
Racially mixed people, Blacks (Race identity)
50 Years of Fashion and Beauty
115
Ebony (Periodical), Beauty, Personal (Black women, History), Fashion (History)

Top Women Architects
54
Black women architects
10 at the Top of Hip-hop
66
Hip-hop, Rap musicians
Introducing: Lonnie R. Bristow, M. D.: New American Medical Association President
82
Lonnie R. Bristow, American Medical Association
The Untold Story: Whites and Welfare
124
Public welfare (Statistics, United States)
Black Law Dean Ushers in a New Day at Ole Miss
128
Louis Westerfield; 1949-1996, University of Mississippi School of Law, Law school deans

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