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

Wangari Maathai: First Black Woman To Win The Nobel Peace Prize
22
Wangari Maathai (Kenyan biologist and environmentalist); 1940- (Awards), Green Belt Movement (Kenya), Nobel prizes (Peace)
Food For Thought
30
Black women (History), Blacks (Civil rights, History)
Preparing For A New Tax Season
32
Income tax (Deductions), Tax credits
The Power of Optimism
38
Optimism, Conduct of life, Black men (Psychology)
On The Star Track
52
Kerry Washington (American actress.); 1977-, Sophie Okonedo (British actress.), Sharon Warren (American actress.), Angela Brown (American opera singer.), Zoe Saldana (American actress.); 1978-, Naomie Harris (British actress.); 1976-
Zane
100
Zane (American nonfiction writer and novelist.), Erotic literature (Authorship), Black literature
Ebony Fashion Fair: A Wild Night in Milan
106
Milan (Italy) (Fashion shows)
How To Tell If He's Cheating
112
Boyfriends and girlfriends, Men (Psychology), Sexual behavior
Diabetes
125
Diabetes, Blacks (Health and hygiene)
Diabetes: Treatment, Research & Cure
126
Diabetes research, Diabetes (Therapy), Blacks (Health and hygiene)

The Sweet Smell Of Success: 6 Sisters Who Struck It Rich
64
Michele Hoskins (American food industry executive.), Teri Woods (American novelist and publisher.), Marilyn Crawford (American trucking company executive.), Janice Corley Blaney (American real estate broker.), Maria E. Jackson (American information technology executive.), Nadine Thompson (American cosmetics industry executive.), Michele Foods (Firm), MEBBC, Inc, RAC Trucking Company, Elite Residential Services (Firm), Maricom Systems, Inc, Warm Spirit Inc, Black women entrepreneurs
Connecting Body, Mind and Spirit
74
Donna Richardson (American physical fitness expert.), Exercise (Audiovisual materials), Gospel music
The Defining Connection: 'Sistah Celebrities' And Their 'Best Girlfriend'.
88
Black celebrities, Black women, Friendship
Date With a Dish: Culinary Entrepreneurs
94
Bill Williams (American restaurateur and food company executive.), Smokey Robinson (American singer and songwriter) (Business ventures), Julie Ndjee (American food industry executive.), Albert Ndjee (American food industry executive.), Peter Morales (American wine importer.), Glory Foods Inc, Ultimate Seasonings, LLC, Cooking, Black, Black entrepreneurs
Diabetes' 'Littlest Victims'.
134
Gilles Attipoe (American diabetes patient and youth advocate) (Health), Juvenile diabetes, Black youth (Health and hygiene)
What About Diabetics In Schools? Is Student Care Adequate?
140
Juvenile diabetes, School children (Health and hygiene)
Tasty Recipes For Diabetics
146
Diabetes (Nutritional aspects)
Ashanti Answers Critics & Doubters
154
Ashanti (Singer) (American rhythm and blues singer.)

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