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

Thomas Jefferson's Black and White Descendants Debate His Lineage and Legacy
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Thomas Jefferson (American president); 1743-1826 (Sexual behavior), Woodson family (descendants of Thomas Jefferson and Sally Hemings.), Sally Hemings (African American slave and alleged mistress of President Thomas Jefferson.); 1773-1835, Hemings family
Where the Men Are: The 10 Best Cities
30
Cities and towns (Rating), Black single men
Lawyer Wins in St. Louis
38
Freeman Bosley; 1954-., Saint Louis (Mo.) (Politics and government)
Evanston Elects Educator
39
Lorraine H. Morton, Evanston (Ill.) (Politics and government)
Special Section on Health and Fitness
45
Blacks (Health and hygiene, Physical fitness)
Ben Chavis: a New Director, a New Direction at the NAACP.
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Benjamin F. Chavis (American clergyman and civil rights leader.); 1948-, National Association for the Advancement of Colored People
The $30 Billion Scholarship Jackpot: how to Get Your Share
84
Blacks (Scholarships)
Cooking and Eating Smart
96
Low calorie cooking
'What's Love Got to Do with It': Larry Fishburne and Angela Bassett Portray Ike and Tina Turner in New Movie
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Laurence Fishburne (American actor.), Angela Bassett (American actress.), Tina Turner (American singer.), Ike Turner (American singer and guitarist.)
What's Love Got to Do with it
110
Brian Gibson (Reviews), What's love got to do with it (Motion picture) (Reviews)

The Family that Exercises Together . . . Stays Together
46
Black family, Exercise
The Jogging Craze
52
Jogging
Losing Weight with Soul
60
Cooking, Black, Low calorie cooking
Running in the Fast Lane
68
Black celebrities (Physical fitness)
Bachelorettes 1993
114
Black women, Single women
30 Years Later
120
Civil rights demonstrations (History), Detroit (Mich.) (Race relations, History)
March on Washington was Largest Demonstration of Black Unity and Interracial Cooperation
124
March on Washington, 1963

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