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

Ramsey Lewis: Jazzman Extraordinaire
24
Ramsey Lewis (American jazz pianist.); 1935-
5 Questions For: Dr. Lorraine Cole
26
Lorraine Cole (American public health organization official) (Interviews), Black Women's Health Imperative (Organization), Black women (Health and hygiene)
The Fly Jock Speaks Out!
28
Tom Joyner (American disc jockey); 1942- (Interviews)
What are You Proud Of?
32
Self esteem, Black men (Psychology)
House Call
34
Heart attack (Prevention), Ulcers (Therapy), Root canal therapy, Blacks (Health and hygiene)
Ebony Fashion Fair: The Classic Trench Coat
116
Trenchcoats, Clothing and dress (Women)
Fantastic Abs
122
Abdominal exercises
Love At First Bite: The Virtual World of Dating Online
128
Online dating, Blacks (Internet use)
Spreading 'The Word' On Campus
134
Black college chaplains, Ivy League colleges
'The Gospel' According to Donnie McClurkin
140
Donnie McClurkin (American gospel singer and clergyman.)

Tips To Help You Start Your Own Business
38
Black entrepreneurs, New business enterprises
Media Giant Championed Women
40
John H. Johnson (American magazine publisher); 1918-2005 (Influence), Johnson Publishing Company, Inc, Black women, Business mentors
Celebrating The Life And Legacy of John H. Johnson: 1918-2005
53
John H. Johnson (American magazine publisher.); 1918-2005
An Arrival
73
Poems (Single works)
Homage to 'The Beginner'.
81
John H. Johnson (American magazine publisher.); 1918-2005, Johnson Publishing Company, Inc, Ebony (Periodical), Black entrepreneurs
The Versatility of Beans
102
Cooking (Beans)
Black Architects: Embracing and Defining Culture
108
Black architects
Annual Women's Health Section
147
Black women (Health and hygiene)
Fibroids: Facts and New Treatments
148
Fibroid tumors (Therapy), Black women (Health and hygiene)
What Every Woman Should Know About Mental Health Ailments
154
Depression, Mental, Black women (Psychology)
Taking A Look At Reproductive Health
160
Sexually transmitted diseases, Birth control, Hormone replacement therapy, Black women (Health and hygiene)
Health Hotline
166
Black women (Health and hygiene)
Prime-Time 2005: More Stars, More Soul, More Sensation
182
Television programs (Forthcoming season, Black programs), Blacks in television

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