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

Phylicia Rashad
24
Phylicia Rashad (Awards), Tony Awards
The Low-Down On The Down-Low
34
Gay blacks, Black men (Sexual behavior), AIDS (Disease) and blacks, Gays (Identity), Bisexuality
Cashing In On The ABC's: Saving And Spending
36
College students (Economic conditions), Black college students
The Woman In Your Life
40
Black men (Psychology), Black men and women
Think Pink
52
Color in fashion, Pink (Color), Black celebrities, Clothing and dress (Celebrities)
Why More Blacks Are Choosing Plastic Surgery
100
Plastic surgery, Blacks, Beauty, Personal
Brandy Is Back With A New Baby, New Album And A New Love!
112
Brandy (Singer)
Preparing For Preschool: Making The Best Choice For Your Child
120
Preschool education, Blacks (Education), School choice
Stars On The Course
126
Black golfers, Black celebrities (Sports)
Date With a Dish: Simple Summer Supper
132
Summer cooking, Dinners

Ebony Fashion Fair: Dress For The Party
58
Fashion shows, Summer, Clothing and dress (Women), Entertaining
Halle Berry: 'Why I Will Never Marry Again'.
64
Halle Berry
6 Sensational Survivors Who Triumphed Over Disaster
72
Daryl Mitchell (American actor.), T-Boz (American singer.); 1970-, Charley Pride (American country singer.), Kirk Franklin (American gospel rap singer.), Thomas W. Dortch (American business consultant and civil rights activist.); 1950-, Buster Douglas (American boxer.), Conduct of life
A Back-To-School Guide For Parents And Children
82
Clothing and dress (Students), School supplies, Shopping
Dontrelle Willis: The 'D-Train' Rolls On
96
Dontrelle Willis; 1982-.
John Rogers: Setting New Standards at the Top of the Money Market
140
John Rogers (Jr.), Ariel Capital Management Inc
The Art Of The Massage
148
Massage
Some Like It Hot! How To Heat Up Your Love Life
156
Black men and women
Harlem Celebrates: 70th Anniversary of The Apollo, 30th Anniversary of Harlem Week
162
Apollo Theatre (New York, N.Y.) (Anniversaries), Harlem Week
2004 Summer Games: Black Stars Set To Pace Olympics Clouded By Controversy
172
Olympic Games, 2004 (Athens, Greece), Black athletes

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