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

Luther Vandross
22
Luther Vandross (American rhythm and blues singer and songwriter) (Health), Stroke, Grammy Awards
Patience Reaps Clarity
30
Black women (Psychology), Choice (Psychology), Conduct of life
A Manhunt for Madness
32
Masculinity (Psychology), Black men (Psychology)
10 Steps To Home Ownership
38
Blacks (Economic conditions, Housing), Home ownership
Boxers, Briefs Or Nothing At All
52
Underwear, Clothing and dress (Black young men)
Date With a Dish: Classic Cakes
92
Cake
Be Daring in Red
100
Clothing and dress (Businesswomen), Red
Can Machines Exercise For You?
106
Physical fitness, Exercise equipment
Who's Afraid of the 'Terrible Twos'?
112
Tantrums, Preschool children (Discipline)
Teens At The Top
118
Raven-Symone, Kyla Pratt; 1986-., Aaron Meeks; 1986-., Gerren Taylor, Camille Winbush; 1987-., Larry Jackson, Isaac Engleson, Fred Kency, Black youth

Ebony Fashion Fair: Sassy Sexy & Sensuous
58
Milan (Italy) (Fashion shows)
Being Married To A Star Is Not Always A Starring Role
64
Black celebrities' wives, Fans (Persons) (Psychology)
The Black Teen Explosion
72
Black youth, Youth market, Blacks (Culture), Influence (Literary, artistic, etc.), United States (Popular culture)
At Home With Evander Holyfield And His New Bride
76
Evander Holyfield (Homes and haunts)
'Pass the Mic!' Talk Tour Educates, Empowers And Creates New Dialogue
84
Tavis Smiley (American radio talk show host.); 1964-, Cornel West (American philosopher.); 1953-, Michael Eric Dyson (American social scientist, clergyman and writer.); 1958-, Blacks (Intellectual life), Discussion groups
Is It Open Season On Black Men?
126
Julia Hare (American educational psychologist.), Thomas W. Dortch (American business consultant and civil rights activist.); 1950-, Julianne Malveaux (American economist, columnist and college president.), Harry Edwards (sociologist.), Tom Joyner (American radio talk show host.); 1942-, Black men (Social conditions)
Mandela's Miracle: 10th Anniversary Of South African Freedom
130
Nelson Mandela (South African president.), Blacks (South Africa), South Africa (Anniversaries, Politics and government)
Keeping Mind, Body & Spirit Together: Centering Down And Finding The Real You
136
Black women (Health and hygiene), Mind and body
Al Green: 'I Can't Stop'.
142
Al Green (American gospel singer and clergyman.); 1946-
Janet Speaks!
148
Janet Jackson (Ethics), Justin Timberlake; 1981- (Ethics), Super Bowl (Football) (Halftime), Sex in television, United States (Moral conditions)

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