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

Starting Your Own Business
24
Black entrepreneurs
30 Things a Man Should Have by Age 30
26
Age (Psychology), Men (Psychology), Blacks (Psychology)
A Do Right Man
28
Women and men
Not for Men Only
45
Black women in baseball management
Hollywood's Hottest New Faces
50
Black actors and actresses
Savory Soups & Stews
110
Soups, Stew
Pulling Off a Successful Balancing Act as Mom, Manager and Wife
116
Lauren Jiles-Johnson, Black women executives, Mothers (Employment), Work and family
The New TV Season: What's Back, Black and New
122
Blacks in television, Television programs (Black programs)
Stone Mountain Mayor
128
Chuck E. Burris, Ku Klux Klan, Stone Mountain (Ga.) (Politics and government, Race relations)
One-on-one with UN Secretary-General Kofi Annan
136
Kofi Annan (Ghanaian United Nations secretary-general.), United Nations Secretary-General

Black Sorority Boom
68
College sororities, Black women college students
Cool Weather Workouts
76
Exercise (Physiological effects), Cold (Physiological effects)
K-Ci & JoJo: Music's Hottest Duo
80
JoJo Hailey, K-Ci Hailey
How To: Prepare for a Big Day at Work Followed by a Big Night Out
86
Clothing and dress (Businesswomen), Beauty, Personal
New Directions in Black Spirituality
92
Iyanla Vanzant (American inspirational writer.); 1953-, T. D. Jakes (American clergyman, religious writer and gospel singer.); 1957-, Religious literature, Blacks (Religious life), Spirituality, Black literature
Top Black Cops
100
Black police chiefs
Spelling Her Way to Success
144
Jody-Anne Maxwell (Jamaican spelling bee champion.); 1986-, National Spelling Bee
Best-selling Black Artists
148
Black artists
Modern Black Inventors
158
Black inventors
The Stella Thing: Older Women, Younger Men. Does it Work?
164
Age (Psychology), Women and men
Diahann Carroll's Lifesaving Breast Cancer Message to Black Women
170
Diahann Carroll (American singer and actress.), Breast (Cancer, Diagnosis), Black women (Medical care)

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