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

After the Nightmare: Former D.C. First Lady Effi Barry Talks about Life After Marion Barry
22
Effi Barry (wife of American mayor Marion Barry.), Marion Barry (American mayor.); 1936-, Politicians (Drug use), Washington (D.C.) (Politics and government)
Richard Lawson's 5 Brushes with Death
30
Richard Lawson, Aviation (Accidents)
Special Section on Health and Fitness
37
Blacks (Health and hygiene, Physical fitness)
Shaping Up the (almost) Painless Way
38
Exercise
Tasty and Nutritious Outdoor Food
46
Barbecue cooking, Blacks (Nutrition)
Going for the Gold
71
Olympic Games, 1992 (Barcelona, Spain), Black athletes, Olympic athletes
Olympic Power
76
Anita DeFrantz (American rower, lawyer and Olympic executive.), International Olympic Committee
Great Olympic Moments
82
Edwin Moses; 1955-., Hurdle racing, Olympic Games, 1984 (Los Angeles, Calif.)
Lighten Up Old Favorites
86
Low calorie cooking
Ebony Bachelorettes
100
Single women, Black women

Power Exercises
52
Black executives (Physical fitness), Exercise
The Sleep Doctor
58
Alex Adu Clerk, Stanford University Sleep Disorders Clinic
LaToya Jackson On: Fame, Family and Her Future in Paris
108
LaToya Jackson (American singer)
The Rodney King Wake-up Call: which Way America?
116
Rodney King (American construction worker and victim of police brutality.), Blacks (Social conditions), Los Angeles (Calif.) (Riots, 1992), United States (Race relations)

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