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

The 20 Greatest Sex Symbols
114
Black celebrities, Twentieth century
10 for Tomorrow
134
Black leadership, Black celebrities
How Celebrities Will Celebrate the Millennium
142
Black celebrities (Attitudes), Millennium celebrations (Year 2000)
21 Biggest Challenges Blacks Face in the 21st Century
152
Blacks (Economic conditions, Social conditions)
Good Luck Food for the New Millennium
158
New Year's cooking

Major Ebony Story Cited Top Black Pioneers in Corporate America in 1948
64
Ebony (Periodical), Black sales personnel (History)
From Bert Williams to Lauryn Hill: the Black Triumph in Entertainment
68
Blacks in the entertainment industry, Twentieth century
100 Years of Blacks in Science
84
Black scientists, Twentieth century
Stand the Storm: the Black Church and the Triumph of the Black Spirit
92
Blacks (Religious life), Black churches (History), Twentieth century
The 20 Most Important Events
102
Blacks (History), Twentieth century
The 20 Greatest Moments in Sports
108
Sports (History), Black athletes, Twentieth century
Martin Luther King Jr. Accepts Nobel Prize
168
Martin Luther King (Jr.); 1929-1968, Nobel prizes (Peace)
Holiday Chic
176
Beauty, Personal (Black women), Christmas
Natalie Cole Tells how She Triumphed Over Fame, Drugs and Bad Marriages
190
Natalie Cole (American singer.), Musicians (Drug use)
Millennium Toys for Adults
200
Christmas gifts
It's 2000: for Goodness' Sake--why Don't You Have a Man?
208
Single women, Black women

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