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

Hurricane Katrina: One Year Later
6
Hurricane Katrina, 2005 (Relief work, Social aspects), New Orleans (La.) (Flood, 2005)
Israel L. Gaither
32
Israel L. Gaither (American Salvationist); 1944- (Selection and appointment), Salvation Army (Officials)
5 Questions For: Mya
34
Mya (American singer); 1979- (Interviews)
Historically Black Colleges & Universities
36
Black colleges and universities
House Call
43
Keloids, Passive smoking, Blacks (Health and hygiene)
Hurricane Katrina: One Year Later
117
Hurricane Katrina, 2005 (Relief work), New Orleans (La.) (Flood, 2005, Economic conditions, Social conditions)
The Devastation, The Hope, The Recovery
118
Hurricane Katrina, 2005 (Relief work), New Orleans (La.) (Flood, 2005, Politics and government, Economic conditions, Social conditions)
Mayor Ray Nagin Speaks Out
124
Ray Nagin (American mayor) (Interviews), Hurricane Katrina, 2005 (Relief work), New Orleans (La.) (Politics and government, Economic conditions, Social conditions)
New Orleans' Police Superintendent Has His Say
126
Warren Riley (American police superintendent) (Interviews), New Orleans (La.) Police Dept (Officials), Hurricane Katrina, 2005 (Rescue work), New Orleans (La.) (Flood, 2005)
The Evacuees: Where Are They Now, And Will They Return?
130
Hurricane Katrina, 2005 (Evacuees, Economic aspects, Social aspects), Relocation (Housing), Houston (Tex.) (Municipal services)

Money Mistakes College Students Make
44
Debt, Student aid, Credit cards, College students (Economic conditions)
Raising Global Citizens
46
Hurricane Katrina, 2005 (Children, Education, Relief work, Social aspects), New Orleans (La.) (Education)
Commander Brad Lee Takes Charge
52
Brad Lee (American naval officer.), San Antonio (Ship)
A Back-To-School Guide for Parents and Children
60
School and the home, School children, Blacks (Education)
Drs. Vince & Vance Moss To The Rescue
68
Vince Moss (American cardiologist.), Vance Moss (American urologist.), Americans (Afghanistan), Afghanistan (History, Medical and sanitary affairs, Anti-terrorist operations, 2001-)
Hiking: Using Nature to Restore the Mind, Body & Soul
74
Hiking (Psychological aspects), Blacks (Recreation, Physical fitness)
Gardens in the City
80
City gardens and gardening
Ebony Fashion Fair: Transitional Chic
86
Clothing and dress (Women), Autumn, Fashion shows
Date with a Dish: Wings Any Time
92
Cooking (Chicken)
20 Years Later: Spike Lee Still Gotta Have It
98
Spike Lee (American film director, screenwriter and actor.)
The College Woman's Guide To Dating
104
Dating (Social customs), Black women college students (Sexual behavior), Sexual ethics
Lisa Raye's Fairy Tale Comes True
110
LisaRaye (American actress); 1966- (Marriage), Michael Misick (Turks and Caicos government official); 1966- (Marriage)
'How I See It'.
134
National Urban League, Hurricane Katrina, 2005 (Relief work, Social aspects), Ninth Ward (New Orleans, La.), New Orleans (La.) (Blacks)
The Road To Recovery Along The Gulf Coast
138
Hurricane Katrina, 2005 (Relief work), Hurricanes (Gulf States), Gulf States (Economic conditions, Social conditions)
Historically Black Colleges and Universities
151
Black colleges and universities
New Black College Presidents
152
Robert R. Jennings (American college president) (Selection and appointment), Everette J. Freeman (American college president) (Selection and appointment), Fitzgerald Hill (American college president) (Selection and appointment), Larry E. Rivers (American college president); 1950- (Selection and appointment), Jimmy Raymond Jenkins (American college president); 1943- (Selection and appointment), George T. French (Jr., American college president) (Selection and appointment), Carolyn W. Meyers (American mechanical engineer and college president); 1946- (Selection and appointment), Victor Ukpolo (American economist and college president); 1950- (Selection and appointment), Black college presidents, Black colleges and universities (Administration)
Bennett College: Bold, Boundless and Back From the Brink
162
Bennett College
Norfolk State University: A Science and Technological Powerhouse in the Making
170
Norfolk State University
Top Dollars For Black Scholars: How To Finance Your Educational Choice
178
Blacks (Scholarships), Student aid
The HBCU Campus Update
188
Black colleges and universities (Curriculum)
HBCU Directory
196
Black colleges and universities (Directories)
The Glamorous Life
212
Jada Collins (American model.), Black models (Persons), Chicago (Ill.) (Fashion shows)
Upholding Family Traditions: Praise For Black Family Reunions
220
Black family reunions
Khandi Alexander, Shemar Moore & Kimberly Elise: Turning Up The Heat In Hollywood
228
Khandi Alexander (American actress.), Shemar Moore (American actor.); 1970-, Kimberly Elise (American actress.); 1971-, CSI: Miami (Television program), Criminal minds (Television program), Close to home (Television program), Blacks in television

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