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

Keshia Knight Pulliam: Coping with Success at 7
27
Keshia Knight Pulliam; 1979-.
The Cosby Show
27
Cosby show (Television program) (Reviews)
Former Mayors: is There Life After City Hall?
36
Black mayors
Black Directors
43
Black television directors, Black motion picture directors
Anita Baker: Soul's New Romantic Singer
52
Anita Baker
227--Marla's Masterpiece
92
Marla Gibbs (American actress.)
227
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227 (Television program) (Reviews)
Rice, Rice and More Rice: Ephron Lewis' Arkansas Farm Yields the Long, Medium and Short of it
100
Ephron Lewis, Agriculture (Arkansas), Black farmers, Rice (Cultivation)
Christmas Ambiance
116
Christmas dinners
Love Can be Lasting: Members of Original Wedding Party Take Part in 50th Anniversary Celebration
123
Emily McIntosh, Maurice McIntosh, Wedding anniversaries

Manute Bol: Tallest Man in Pro Sports Outgrows 'tall Jokes'.
59
Manute Bol (Sudanese basketball player.); 1962-2010
Blacks who Overcame the Odds
68
Marjorie Peebles-Meyers
Civil Rights Lawyers Revisited
76
Black lawyers, Blacks (Civil rights)
Florida Man Sheds 197 Pounds to Become Body-building Champ
86
Oscar Hearn (Jr.), Bodybuilding, Dieting
Jesse Jackson: Rebuilding Bridges to Africa
132
Jesse L. Jackson (American clergyman and civil rights activist.); 1941-, Apartheid, United States (Foreign relations, South Africa, Southern Africa), South Africa (Foreign relations, United States), Southern Africa (Foreign relations, United States)
Top Man at Quantico: Fighter Pilot Runs Famed Marine Corps Training Center
140
Frank E. Petersen, United States Marine Corps (Blacks), Military training camps (United States)
The Secret Dreams of Stevie Wonder
153
Stevie Wonder (American singer and songwriter.)

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