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

9 Weight-loss Strategies that Really Work
18
Black women (Physical fitness), Dieting
How to Find Out what Credit Agencies are Saying about You
20
Credit (Rating)
It Feels Good when Your Papers are Legit
28
Black men (Psychology), Traffic tickets, Stereotype (Psychology)
Sisters with Game: the Exciting Stars of the WNBA.
30
Women's National Basketball Association, Women basketball players
Super Single Sisters
36
Black single women, Black women
Outdoor Chic
86
Beauty, Personal (Black women), Clothing and dress (Women)
Eric Benet on Halle and His Skyrocketing Career
90
Eric Benet (American singer.)
What to Do If Your Child is Too Fat
96
Childhood obesity
Sexy Or Sleazy? Are Fashions Going Too Far?
102
Nudity in fashion
100 Years of Satchmo
108
Louis Armstrong (American trumpet player.); 1900-1971

Why Ken Griffey Jr. Gave Up Millions to Go Home Again
46
Ken Griffey (Jr.), Cincinnati Reds (Baseball team)
11th Annual Black Health & Fitness Section
53
Blacks (Health and hygiene, Physical fitness)
Stress-busting Secrets of Superbusy People
54
Stress management, Black professionals (Psychology)
The Message of Massage
61
Massage
20 Minutes that Can Save Your Life
68
Physical examinations, Blacks (Health and hygiene)
The Mental Health Crisis in Black America
74
Mental health, Mentally ill (Care), Blacks (Psychiatric care)
10 Healthy Ways to Spice Up Your Sex Life
80
Sexual behavior, Blacks (Health and hygiene)
Delano E. Lewis: South Africa
116
Delano E. Lewis, United States (Diplomatic and consular service, South Africa)
Brian McKnight on Fame, Family and Female Fans
124
Brian McKnight (American rhythm and blues singer.)
Picnicking in Style
132
Picnics
5 on the Go! Hot--and Rising!
140
Black celebrities, Black actors and actresses
New York: a New Wave of Femininity
148
New York (N.Y.) (Fashion shows)
Top Black High School Seniors
154
Black students

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