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

Sherri Shepherd
30
Sherri Shepherd (American comedienne.); 1967-
5 Questions For . . . Stephen Salters
32
Stephen Salters (American opera singer) (Interviews)
Tripping Into the Future: Nicole Mitchell Haunts with Xenogenesis
34
Nicole Mitchell (American jazz flutist) (Interviews), Flute music
Lending a Child a Helping Hand
40
Amar'e Stoudemire (American basketball player.); 1982-, Basketball players (Charitable contributions), Children (Charities), Mentors
Recession-Proofing Your Life
42
Blacks (Economic conditions), Business recession, United States (Economic conditions)
Claiming Her All
64
Vanessa Williams (American singer and actress.)
Marquee Mamas
74
Niecy Nash (American actress.); 1970-, Beverly Crawford (American gospel singer.), Salli Richardson-Whitfield (American actress.); 1967-, Black celebrities' families (Photographs), Mothers
Afraid to Hope
80
Barack Obama (American president); 1961- (Presidential campaign, 2008), Presidential candidates (2008), Black presidential candidates, Blacks (Political activities)
The New Black Power
82
Blacks, Black leadership
Ebony Power 150
88
Blacks, Black leadership

Love Yourself First
46
Self esteem, Black women (Psychology)
Surviving Seasonal Allergies
48
Allergy (Therapy)
What Happens in Brazil . . . Stays in Brazil
50
Jewel Woods (American sociologist) (Interviews), Black men (Sexual behavior), Sex tourism (Brazil), Americans (Brazil), Rio de Janeiro (Brazil) (Social life and customs)
Essentials at Every Age
56
Cosmetics, Aging
The Ebony Power 150: Organization Leaders
100
Black leadership, Blacks (Clubs and societies)
Do Men Really Fall For Those Weaves? No. Don't Let the Brothers Make You Wear That Fake Hair
102
Beauty, Personal (Black women), Hair additions, Black hairstyling, Black men and women
Do Men Really Fall For Those Weaves? Yes. Wear That Weave Girl. You've Earned It
103
Beauty, Personal (Black women), Hair additions, Black hairstyling, Black men and women

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