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

For the Love of Money
26
Money (Psychological aspects), Black men and women
What Every Sister Needs to Know about Money
28
Black women (Economic conditions)
Home for the Holiday
32
Thanksgiving Day, Blacks (Travel)
Toys for Pride and Fun
42
Black toys
Traveling for Business and Fun
58
Black women (Travel), Business travel
Putting Our Stamp on History
134
Blacks on postage stamps, Blacks (History)
Venus Williams Goes Into a New Orbit
142
Venus Williams; 1980-.
Arthur Ashe, Althea Gibson Honored at Opening of New Stadium
146
Arthur Ashe; 1943-1993, Althea Gibson; 1927-2003, Arthur Ashe Stadium (New York, N.Y.)
Hangin' Out with Heavy D.
148
Heavy D (American rap singer.)
The New Generation Speaks Out
158
Black college students (Attitudes)

New Cars for 1998
64
Automobiles, Automobiles, Foreign
Winter Car Care
80
Automobiles (Maintenance and repair)
Whitney & Brandy in Cinderella
86
Whitney Houston (American singer and actress.), Brandy (Singer) (American singer.), Cinderella (Television program: 1997) (Reviews)
Living Single
94
Living single (Television program) (Reviews)
15 Greatest Black Women Preachers
102
Black women clergy
The Richest Black Colleges
116
Howard University, Spelman College, Hampton University, Morehouse College, Black colleges and universities (Gifts, contributions, etc)
A Black-and-white Alabama Homecoming
124
Alexis Herman (American Secretary of labor and management consultant.); 1947-, United States Dept. of Labor, Mobile (Ala.) (Race relations)
Lips are In!
168
Lips (Care)
Holiday Baking
176
Christmas cooking, Baking
Wesley Snipes
188
Wesley Snipes (American actor.)
Black Woman Designs Snipes' Florida Mansion
194
Cecil N. Hayes (American interior designer.), Wesley Snipes (American actor.), House decoration, African
Habitat for Humanity
200
Habitat for Humanity International Inc, Blacks (History)
From Welfare to the White House
208
Laura Askew, White House (Washington, D.C.) (Employees), Workfare, Single mothers (Employment), Arlington (Va.) (Public welfare)

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