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 Dream Is Still Alive
8
Martin Luther King (Jr.); 1929-1968 (Assassination), Blacks (Civil rights), United States (Race relations)
A Spotlight on Individuals who are Moving Onward & Upward
14
Black executives (Promotion)
Clarification
31
Russell Simmons (American recording, motion picture and broadcasting executive.); 1957-, Black celebrity couples (Photographs)
Clarification
32
Barack Obama (American president); 1961- (Presidential campaign, 2008), Black presidential candidates, Black presidential advisers, Blacks (Political activities)
Correction
33
Wedding clothes
Thelma Golden
84
Thelma Golden (American museum curator) (Clothing)
Carol Sutton Lewis
85
Carol Sutton Lewis (American philanthropist) (Clothing)
Tracie Howard
86
Tracie Howard (American romance novelist and jewelry designer) (Clothing)
Cheryle Jackson
87
Cheryle Jackson (American economic development consultant) (Clothing)
Dr. Susan Taylor
88
Susan C. Taylor (American dermatologist) (Clothing)

Seen it All and Done the Rest
35
Pearl Cleage (American playwright, poet and essayist) (Interviews), Black fiction (Authorship)
Jaheim: One Man's Odyssey
38
Jaheim (American singer.)
5 Questions for . . . Alexis Herman
40
Alexis Herman (American Secretary of labor and management consultant); 1947- (Interviews)
From the Streets to the Silver Screen
45
Anwan Glover (American actor and singer.)
Smart Money Moves in Troubled Times
46
Blacks (Economic conditions), United States (Economic conditions)
What You Should Know Before Getting that Nip & Tuck
48
Plastic surgery, Beauty, Personal (Blacks), Blacks (Health and hygiene)
Don't Let Bipolar Disorder Ruin Your Relationships & Your Life
51
Manic-depressive illness (Therapy), Blacks (Health and hygiene)
Cherish the Role of Caregiver
52
Caregivers, Mothers and daughters, Nurturing behavior
Alice Smith
56
Alice Smith (American singer) (Sound recordings, Reviews), Rhythm and blues music (Sound recordings, Reviews)
Big Jon Platt
58
Big Jon Platt (American music publisher) (Interviews), EMI Music Publishing (Officials)
Beauty with a Conscience
60
Organic cosmetics, Organic personal care products
Into the Wild
66
Handbags
Don't Call It a Comeback. 'I'm Not Ready to Retire!'.
72
Janet Jackson (American singer.)
Desiree Rogers
82
Desiree G. Rogers (American presidential social secretary) (Clothing)
Jocelyn Cooper
89
Jocelyn Cooper (American music publisher) (Clothing)
Saundra Parks
90
Saundra Parks (American floral designer) (Clothing)
Janet League-Katzin
93
Janet League-Katzin (American spa owner) (Clothing)
What Does Indian Blood Look Like?
94
Native Americans and blacks, Native Americans (Mixed bloods), Ethnicity
April in Paris
106
Ricki Stevenson (American tour guide.), Americans (France), Blacks (Travel), Paris (France) (Blacks, History)
From the Motherland
112
David Adjaye (Tanzanian architect.), Alek Wek (Sudanese model.), Jonathan Butler (South African singer.), Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie (Nigerian poet, novelist and short story writer.); 1977-, James Makawa (Zimbabwean broadcasting executive.), Philip Emeagwali (American computer scientist.); 1954-, Manthia Diawara (Malian film and literary scholar.); 1953-, Gelila Assefa (Ethiopian-American fashion designer.), Blacks (Migrations), Africans (Foreign countries)
Who Controls Dr. King's Dream?
122
Martin Luther King (Jr.); 1929-1968 (Family), Christine Farris (American college teacher and sister of civil rights activist Martin Luther King Jr.), Isaac N. Farris (American foundation official.), Martin Luther King (III); 1957- (Family), Bernice King (American clergywoman and daughter of Martin Luther King, Jr.); 1963-, King Center (Atlanta, Ga.) (Administration), Leadership
The Controversy Behind the King Memorial
130
Martin Luther King (Jr.); 1929-1968 (Memorials), Edward J. Dwight (Jr., American astronaut and sculptor.), Martin Luther King, Jr. Memorial (Washington, D.C.)
2008 Campus Queens: Reigning on High
132
Beauty contests, Black women college students
Does Black America Owe A Debt to the Clintons? Or is it Obama's Time?
144
Hillary Rodham Clinton (American Secretary of state); 1947- (Presidential campaign, 2008), Barack Obama (American president); 1961- (Presidential campaign, 2008), Bill Clinton (American president.); 1946-, Blacks (Political activities), Black leadership (Attitudes), Presidential campaigns (Racial aspects, 2008)
Redefining the Mommy Track
148
Black women executives (Attitudes), Mothers (Employment), Work and family
Pole Dancing
154
Erotic dancing, Women (Physical fitness)
Pasta Magic
160
Cooking (Pasta)

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