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

25 Ways We're Different this Christmas
26
Christmas (Psychological aspects), World Trade Center terrorist attack, 2001 (Psychological aspects), Pentagon terrorist attack, 2001 (Psychological aspects)
What the Economic Crisis Means for You
30
World Trade Center terrorist attack, 2001 (Economic aspects), Blacks (Economic conditions), Personal finance
What I Really Want for Christmas
36
Organization, Conduct of life
He's Back! Did Michael Jordan Do the Right Thing?
38
Michael Jordan (American basketball player.); 1963-, Washington Wizards (Basketball team)
From Homelessness to Med School to Medals to $millions$.
46
Chris Gardner (American stockbroker.), Shantwania Buchanan (physician.), Alvin Harrison (runner.); 1974-, Calvin Harrison (runner.); 1974-, Success
Toys for African-American Tots
104
Christmas gifts for children, Black toys
French Couture: the Changing Trends of Fashion
108
Fashion, Clothing industry (France), Paris (France) (Fashion shows)
Black & Blond: Latest Styling Craze in Black Hair
116
Black hairstyling, Hair (Dyeing and bleaching)
30 Leaders of the Future
122
Black leadership, Black young adults
Moving Your Workout Indoors
136
Exercise

Double Fun, Double Duty: Chicago Couple Raises Twins
54
Gue family, Twins, Child rearing
Building a Dream Rec Room
60
Recreation rooms, Basements, Remodeled
Etta at 100
62
Etta Moten Barnett; 1901-2004
Babyface: in a New Place in His Life and Music
74
Babyface
A Kwanzaa Celebration
82
Kwanzaa cooking
Holiday Recipes of the Stars
90
Christmas cooking, Black celebrities
Go Tell it on the Mountain: Christmas and the Black Spirit
96
Christmas poems, Spirituals (Songs)
Why Black Mothers are Falling Behind in Breast-feeding
142
Breast feeding
The New Megachurches
148
Big churches, Black churches
Black America and the U.S. Crisis
164
Blacks, World Trade Center terrorist attack, 2001, Pentagon terrorist attack, 2001
What the Crisis Means to You: a War on Two Fronts
170
World Trade Center terrorist attack, 2001, Pentagon terrorist attack, 2001, Blacks (Social conditions)
What the Crisis Means to You: the Double V and Black America
170
World Trade Center terrorist attack, 2001, Pentagon terrorist attack, 2001, Blacks (Social conditions)
What the Crisis Means to You: Triumphing Over the Terror
171
World Trade Center terrorist attack, 2001 (Children, Psychological aspects)
What the Crisis Means to You: the WTC Crisis: Black America's Role
171
World Trade Center terrorist attack, 2001, Blacks

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