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

Just Say 'no'.
20
Assertiveness (Psychology), Black women (Psychology)
Living Single
26
Living single (Television program) (Reviews)
Black Love
35
Poems (Single works)
Black & Green
36
Black business enterprises (History)
Where Will Blacks be 50 Years from Now?
44
Blacks, Two thousand forty-six (Year)
Odd Jobs that Led to Fame
94
Black celebrities, Blacks (Occupations)
A Valentine's Day to Remember
104
Valentine's Day dinners
Are These the 16 Best Communities for Blacks?
115
Blacks (Economic conditions), Cities and towns (Rating)
The Last Laugh
122
Oliver Harrington (American cartoonist.)
After the March: what Black Men and Women Should Do Now (about Black Men and Women)
135
Million Man March, 1995, Black men and women

The Roots of Black Love
53
Black family (History), Love, Blacks (History)
Life After the Honeymoon
70
Black celebrity couples
Love Songs
78
Love songs, Black celebrities
At Home and in Harmony with Boyz II Men
86
Boyz II Men (Musical group)
New Diva on the Block
142
Denyce Graves (American opera singer.)
Malik Yoba: Television's Renaissance Man
148
Malik Yoba
Introducing: Jesse L. Jackson Jr
154
Jesse L. Jackson (Jr.), United States Congress House, Chicago (Ill.) (Politics and government)
Montgomery 40 Years Later: 381 Days that Shook America
162
Montgomery (Ala.) Bus Boycott, 1955

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