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

5 Questions For: Harold Perrineau
30
Harold Perrineau (Jr., American actor) (Interviews), Lost (Television program: 2004-2010)
Arnold W. Donald
32
Arnold Donald (American food industry executive.), Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation International (Officials)
Improving Your Credit Score
34
Credit scoring systems
The Multiple Colors of Love
36
Interracial dating, Black women (Attitudes)
The Case For Marriage
38
Marriage, Commitment (Psychology), Black men (Psychology)
Flying High with Female Pilots
68
Black women air pilots
The Ebony Pathfinder Awards
78
Ebony Pathfinder Awards
The Second Time Around
104
Grandparents as parents, Child rearing, Black family
Pedal-Pushing: The Benefits of Bicycling
110
Cycling (Physiological effects), Blacks (Physical fitness)
Parisian Funk, Parisian Flair
116
Paris (France) (Fashion shows)

House Call
50
Insulin, Metered dose inhalers, Diabetes (Therapy), Acetaminophen, Blacks (Health and hygiene)
Examining Children's Health
53
Black children (Health and hygiene)
The Importance of Prenatal Care
54
Prenatal care, Black women (Medical care, Health and hygiene)
Asthma's Breathtaking Punch
56
Asthma in children, Asthma (Therapy), Black children (Health and hygiene)
Eating 'The Right Stuff'.
60
Black children (Nutrition)
Health Hotline
64
Black children (Health and hygiene)
Africa's Historic 'First': President Ellen Johnson-Sirleaf
122
Ellen Johnson-Sirleaf (Liberian president.), Elections (Liberia), Women politicians
Date With a Dish: Springtime Cakes
130
Cake, Spring cooking
Paul Collins: A Life Of "Freedom Fighting" On Canvas
136
Paul Collins (American painter) (Political and social views)
Double Jeopardy: What Do You Do If Your Best Friend Steals Your Man?
142
Adultery, Friendship, Black men and women
Atlanta Dream Homes
148
Houses (Interior design), Blacks (Housing), Atlanta (Ga.) (Housing)
Hail And Farewell To Coretta Scott King
186
Coretta Scott King (American civil rights leader.); 1927-2006

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