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

10 Things Men Wish Women Knew
20
Black men (Attitudes), Black men and women
Dating and Dollars: New Rules for New Times
28
Dating (Social customs) (Economic aspects)
From Glassman to Diamond Keeper
32
Black men and women
The 90th Anniversary Of The Central Intercollegiate Athletic Association
37
Central Intercollegiate Athletic Association (Anniversaries)
The Enduring Tradition Of The CIAA.
38
Central Intercollegiate Athletic Association, Basketball, College (Tournaments)
10 Most Important Figures In African-American History
88
Black leadership, Blacks (History)
7 Ways To Blow Her Mind
98
Black men and women
Top Weddings of The Year
105
Weddings (Photographs), Black celebrity couples (Photographs)
Power Suits
114
Clothing and dress (Businesswomen, Businessmen), Suits (Clothing)
'From Hell' To 'Training Day'.
120
Albert Hughes (American film director.), Allen Hughes (American film director.), Antoine Fuqua (American motion picture director.), Black motion picture directors

Legends of the CIAA.
48
Central Intercollegiate Athletic Association, Black college athletes
CIAA Hall of Fame
56
Central Intercollegiate Athletic Association, Black college athletes
The Amazing Clarence E. (Big House) Gaines
60
Clarence Gaines (American basketball coach.); 1923-2005, Winston-Salem State University (Basketball)
10 Hottest Couples
70
Black celebrity couples
An Inside Look At Raising 3 Girls
78
Nazon family, Child rearing
Brotherhood Of Sleeping Car Porters Honored
84
Brotherhood of Sleeping Car Porters, Labor unions (Blacks)
How To Deal With Personal And Collective Crises
126
World Trade Center terrorist attack, 2001 (Psychological aspects)
3 At The Top
133
Kenneth I. Chenault (American financial services executive.); 1951-, Pamela Thomas-Graham (American clothing industry executive and novelist.), Stanley O'Neal (American investment banker.), Black chief executive officers, World Trade Center terrorist attack, 2001 (Economic aspects, Psychological aspects)
'Comfort Food' for Body & Soul
140
Comfort foods
Chronicles Of Black Courage
156
Mary Jane McLeod Bethune (American educator.); 1875-1955
Was Cleopatra Black?
167
Cleopatra (Queen of Egypt); d. 30 B.C., Ethnology (Egypt)

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