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 If You Were a Woman?
28
Black men and women, Dating (Social customs)
How to Avoid Becoming a Victim of Identity Theft
32
Identity theft (Prevention)
Grace Under Pressure
36
Anxiety, Stress management
How La-Van Hawkins Rose from the Projects to a Private Jet and a Multimillion-Dollar Empire
42
La-Van Hawkins, Pizza Hut, Inc, Blacks in fast food restaurant management
Creating Dream Spaces
48
Houses, Remodeled, Houses (Interior design), Chicago (Ill.) (Historic houses, sites, etc)
Chief Charles Moose: Sniper Case Creates New National Hero
86
Charles Moose, Washington (D.C.) area sniper shootings, 2002, Police (Washington metropolitan area)
The Art of the Bath
92
Baths
How Tyrese Changed His Game
98
Tyrese (American singer and actor.); 1978-
Ladies in Red: Daring Sisters And Their Blazing Crowns
104
Redheads, Hair (Dyeing and bleaching)
Date With a Dish: Supereasy Suppers
116
Quick cooking, Dinners

Hunk Attack: 5 Knockout Males Turn Up the Heat
54
Mekhi Phifer (American actor.); 1974-, Boris Kodjoe (Ghanaian-German actor.); 1973-, James Blake (American tennis player.); 1979-, Tyson Chandler (American basketball player.); 1982-, Nick Cannon (American actor.); 1980-, Black celebrities
Thighs, Thighs, Thighs
64
Thigh exercises, Leg exercises
Why (Some) Women Like 'Bad Boys'.
73
Black men and women, Black men (Psychology)
'I Met My Husband Online'.
78
Blacks (Internet use), Online dating
Ebony Fashion Fair: Made in Italy
122
Milan (Italy) (Fashion shows)
Striking a Balance: Parenting, Working and Loving
132
Black family, Work and family, Child care
Queen Latifah's Roller-Coaster Ride to the Top
152
Queen Latifah (American rapper and actress.)

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