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

Lessons Abroad
36
Lori L. Tharps (American journalist and writing instructor) (Interviews), Americans (Spain), Blacks (Spain)
Malcolm Lee
40
Malcolm Lee (American film director.)
5 Questions for . . . Ice Cube
42
Ice Cube (Musician) (American rapper and actor) (Interviews)
Sounding Off
44
Lenny Kravitz (American singer and guitarist) (Sound recordings, Reviews), Rock music (Sound recordings, Reviews), Black music (Sound recordings, Reviews)
Overexercising: Just Don't Do It!
48
Exercise (Physiological effects, Accidents and injuries), Blacks (Physical fitness)
Forest Whitaker
92
Forest Whitaker (American actor and motion picture director.)
Karolyn Ali
92
Karolyn Ali (American film producer.)
Jamie Foxx
92
Jamie Foxx (American comedian and actor.)
Suzanne De Passe
92
Suzanne De Passe (American motion picture, television and recording executive.)
Don Cheadle
93
Don Cheadle (American actor.); 1964-

The Importance of Being a Gentleman in Not-So-Gentle Times
52
Black men and women, Black men (Psychology)
Auto Financing: Leasing Versus Buying
56
Automobiles (Purchasing, Leasing and renting)
'Let's Not Say Or Play the Race Card'.
58
Blacks (Crime), Criminal justice, Administration of (California), Race discrimination, Oakland (Calif.) (Crime)
Iconic Style
64
Tina Knowles (American music group manager, fashion coordinator and mother of Beyonce Knowles.), Clothing and dress (Women)
Anatomy of a Moment: How Team Obama & Black America Are Making History
66
Barack Obama (American president); 1961- (Presidential campaign, 2008), Campaign management, Black presidential candidates, Black presidential advisers, Blacks (Political activities)
Barack Obama On Black America In His Own Words
72
Barack Obama (American president); 1961- (Presidential campaign, 2008, Interviews), Blacks (Political activities)
Sidney Poitier
81
Sidney Poitier (American actor and film director.)
Willie Burton
82
Willie Burton (American motion picture sound engineer.)
Morgan Freeman
85
Morgan Freeman (American actor.)
Denzel Washington
86
Denzel Washington (American actor.)
Jennifer Hudson
88
Jennifer Hudson (American singer and actress.)
Siedah Garrett
90
Siedah Garrett (American singer and songwriter.)
Quincy Jones
90
Quincy Jones (American composer and record producer.); 1933-
Diahann Carroll
90
Diahann Carroll (American singer and actress.)
Halle Berry
94
Halle Berry (American actress.)
What Makes an Image Maker? Behind the Scenes with the Stylists Who Create Looks for Top Celebrities
110
Kimberly Kimble (American hairstylist) (Interviews), Chuck Amos (American hairstylist) (Interviews), Paul Innis (American makeup artist) (Interviews), Shawn Barton (American costume designer) (Interviews), June Ambrose (American fashion stylist) (Interviews), Edris Nicholls (American hairstylist and cosmetician) (Interviews), Alexander Allen (American fashion stylist) (Interviews), Beauty, Personal (Celebrities)
From Atlanta to Africa
122
Elmina Castle (Ghana), Middle school students (Travel), Blacks (Travel), Slave trade (Ghana)
A Healthier You: Learning the Facts and Figures about Diabetes
129
Diabetes (Nutritional aspects)
Black Youths: The New Face of Diabetes
130
Juvenile diabetes, Childhood obesity, Black youth (Health and hygiene)
10 Biggest Diabetes Myths
138
Diabetes
The Ravages of Diabetes
140
Diabetes (Prevention), Blacks (Health and hygiene)
'Living My Life with Diabetes'.
142
Angie Stone (American rhythm and blues singer) (Health), Diabetes
Must Christians Go To Church To Be Good Christians? Yes! The Church Remains Force For Political And Social Change
148
Church attendance, Blacks (Religious life), Church and social problems
Must Christians Go To Church To Be Good Christians? No! Organized Black Religion Is Failing
149
Black churches, Church attendance, Church and social problems
Date with a Dish: Breakfast in 20 Minutes Or Less
156
Breakfasts, Quick cooking
Honor Your Temple
164
Exercise (Religious aspects), Spirituality, Blacks (Physical fitness)
Growing Up CEO.
170
Leanna Archer (American hair care products company founder) (Business ventures), Youth and business, Black youth, Youth as entrepreneurs, Hair care products

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