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

Toni Morrison
24
Toni Morrison (American novelist.); 1931-, Black women in literature, Black women authors (Psychology)
5 Questions On Putting 'Her-story' Into 'His-story': Darlene Clark Hine
26
Darlene Clark Hine (Interviews), Black women (History)
A Diva For All Times
30
Etta Moten Barnett; 1901-2004
More to Life Than Being 'girl-crazy'.
36
Black men (Attitudes, Psychology), Sexual behavior
Steps To Rebuild Your Credit
40
Credit counseling, Credit (Rating), Blacks (Economic conditions)
The Diabetes-Glaucoma Connection
92
Diabetic retinopathy, Glaucoma, Blacks (Health and hygiene)
The Link Between Diabetes And Cardiovascular Disease
96
Diabetic retinopathy, Cardiovascular system (Diseases, Prevention), Blacks (Health and hygiene)
Date With a Dish: Easy Diabetic Cooking
100
Diabetes (Nutritional aspects)
Ebony Fashion Fair: Elegance in Black & White
108
London (England) (Fashion shows)
Sisters in Denim
114
Denim, Jeans (Clothing), Fashion, Black women

15 At The Top In Corporate America
44
Myrtle Potter (American biotechnology executive.), Ursula Burns (American office equipment industry executive.), Ann M. Fudge (American advertising executive.); 1951-, Renetta McCann (American advertising executive.), Ingrid Saunders Jones (American foundation official.); 1945-, Diana Ferguson (American food company financial executive.), Brenda J. Gaines (American financial services executive.), Kim Goodman (American computer company marketing executive.), Carla Harris (American investment banker.), Cathy Hughes (American radio executive.); 1947-, Pamela L. Page (American personal care products company executive.), Debra Sandler (American pharmaceutical executive.), Paula Sneed (American food company executive.), Pamela Thomas-Graham (American clothing industry executive and mystery novelist.), Jacqueline F. Woods (American computer software executive.), Black women executives, Success
Survival Guideline For Supermoms
54
Black single mothers (Employment), Work and family, Child rearing
The Queen Still Reigns!
60
Aretha Franklin
Diabetes
69
Diabetes
The Continuing Fight Against Diabetes
70
Diabetes (Diagnosis, Prevention), Blacks (Health and hygiene)
Diabetes And America's Youth
83
Childhood obesity, Juvenile diabetes (Prevention, Nutritional aspects), Black youth (Health and hygiene)
A Walk in the Right Direction
86
Fitness walking, Diabetes (Therapy)
Coach Tony Dungy Tackles Diabetes
90
Tony Dungy, Indianapolis Colts (Football team), American Diabetes Association, Diabetes (Fund raising, Prevention), Blacks (Health and hygiene)
9 Questions To Ask Your New Lover
120
Black men and women, Sexual ethics
Mary J. Blige's Wedding Album
126
Mary J. Blige (American rhythm and blues singer) (Marriage), Kendu Isaacs (American music director and husband of Mary J. Blige) (Marriage), Weddings (Photographs)
Money Strategies For The Savvy Black Woman
130
Black women (Economic conditions)
Hail To The Chief: Ella M. Bully-Cummings Takes Charge As Detroit's Top Cop
134
Ella Bully-Cummings (Selection and appointment), Black women police chiefs, Detroit (Mich.) (Police)
Health Hot Line
140
Black women (Health and hygiene)
Are You Satisfied? The New Groundbreaking Ebony Sex Survey
150
Hope Ashby (Interviews), Sex surveys, Black women (Attitudes)
Money, Fame, Power And A Runaway Marriage: Can Whitney Turn It Around?
156
Whitney Houston (Psychology), Advice
Strom Thurmond's Black Family
162
Strom Thurmond (American senator); 1902-2003 (Family, Sexual behavior), Essie Mae Washington-Williams (American teacher and daughter of Senator Strom Thurmond) (Family), Illegitimacy, Children of interracial parents, South Carolina (Race relations)

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