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 Couples who Know Tell how to Make Love Last
17
Love, Married couples
At Home in the Governor's Mansion
26
L. Douglas Wilder (American governor and mayor.); 1931-, Governors' mansions (Virginia), Virginia (Politics and government)
The 3 Wives of Booker T. Washington
36
Booker T. Washington (American educator.); 1856-1915, Fanny Norton Smith Washington (wife of Booker T. Washington.), Olivia A. Davidson Washington (educator.), Margaret James Murray Washington (American educator and wife of Booker T. Washington.); 1865-1925
Black History in Words and Pictures
44
Blacks (History, Photographs)
Blacks in Brazil: the Myth and the Reality
58
Blacks (Brazil)
Why Women Live Longer Than Men (and what Men Can Do about It)
112
Blacks (Mortality), Longevity, Sex differences
A Living History: Voices of the Past Speak to the Present
120
Blacks (History)
Sex and the Modern Black Couple
128
Blacks (Sexual behavior)
Hot Jobs
136
Blacks (Occupations)
His and Her Honor are Husband and Wife
142
Michael Rankin, Zinora Mitchell-Rankin, Washington (D.C.) Superior Court

Karl Malone: the 'Mailman' Delivers
67
Karl Malone (American basketball player.); 1963-
Diet and Exercise for the Winter Months
72
Weight loss, Exercise
Sigma Gamma Rho
80
College sororities
Black, Blue and Gray: the Other Civil War
96
United States Army (Blacks), United States (History, Blacks, Civil War, 1861-1865)
Joyce Ann Brown: 'I Spent Nine Years in Prison for a Crime I Didn't Commit'.
106
Joyce Ann Brown, Miscarriage of justice, Criminal justice, Administration of (Texas), Murder
Treat Your Valentine with Sweets
148
Valentine's Day desserts
Disastrous Dates
156
Black celebrities, Dating (Social customs)
Black Love in Movies and on Television
162
Love in motion pictures, Love in television, Blacks in motion pictures, Blacks in television
Black Women Sportswriters and the Locker Room Wars
170
Locker rooms, Women sports journalists, Black women (Employment, Discriminatory practices)

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