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

Full-figured Women Fight Back
27
Body image in women, Black women (Psychology), Weight (Physiology)
Stand Up and be Counted
32
Blacks (Statistics), United States (Census)
Wives and Husbands who Work Together
34
Married couples (Employment), Partnership, Black entrepreneurs
HHS Secretary Louis Sullivan: Rx for the Health Care Crisis
40
Louis W. Sullivan; 1933-., United States Dept. of Health and Human Services
'I Remember Adam'.
56
Adam Clayton Powell (American congressman.); 1908-1972
Unsung Black Business Giants
96
Black entrepreneurs (History)
Decorating a First Home
104
Houses (Interior design)
Selma: 25 Years Later
110
Selma-Montgomery Rights March, 1965
The Way We Were
116
Blacks (History, Social conditions)
Robin Givens: Life After Tyson
122
Robin Givens, Mike Tyson; 1966-.

Blacks who Give Something Back
64
Black celebrities (Charitable contributions)
Pleasing Pies
70
Pie
Nigeria: the African Giant
80
Nigeria
Chucky Mullins/MVP in . . . the Super Bowl of Courage and Love
128
Chucky Mullins, Football, College (Accidents and injuries), Quadriplegia
Who's Black and Who's Not?
134
Blacks (Race identity)

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