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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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5 Questions For: Johnnie L. Cochran Jr
Johnnie Cochran (American lawyer); 1937-2005 (Interviews), Kobe Bryant (American basketball player); 1978- (Trials, litigation, etc)
A Sister's Thanksgiving
Gratitude, Black women (Psychology)
Make Things Right
Conduct of life, Black men (Psychology)
The Perfect Coat For You
Coats, Clothing, Cold weather
Cecil N. Hayes: Designer For Stars Tells How To Create Your Dream Home
Houses (Interior design), Space (Architecture)
Winter Car Care
Automobiles (Maintenance and repair)
Best Foot Forward: Walk Your Way To Fitness
Fitness walking, Exercise (Physiological effects)
Ebony Fashion Fair: The New York Fall & Winter Collection, 2003/04
Clothing, Cold weather, New York (N.Y.) (Fashion shows)
Date With a Dish: The Best of Thanksgiving
Thanksgiving dinners
The Joys and Dangers of Flirting: How to Flirt, When to Flirt, How Not to Flirt
Flirting, Women and men

The Bayou Classic: Black America's Biggest Football Game
Grambling State University (Football), Southern University (Football), Football, College
The 58 Most Intriguing Blacks Of 2003
Kobe Bryant (American basketball player.); 1978-, Colin L. Powell (American Secretary of state.); 1937-, Ann M. Fudge (American advertising executive.); 1951-, Whitney Houston (American singer and actress.), Bobby Brown (American singer.), Luther Vandross (American rhythm and blues singer and songwriter.), Halle Berry (American actress.), Jay-Z (American rapper.), Oprah Winfrey (American television talk show host.), Kofi Annan (Ghanaian United Nations secretary-general.), Erykah Badu (American singer and songwriter.), Bernie Mac (American comedian and actor.), Mary J. Blige (American rhythm and blues singer.), Bow Wow (American rapper.), Brandy (Singer) (American singer.), Carol Moseley-Braun (American senator.); 1947-, Johnnie Cochran (American lawyer.); 1937-2005, Ice Cube (Musician) (American rapper and actor.), Diddy (American rapper, record producer and actor.), Damon Dash (American record industry executive.), Jermaine Dupri (American recording industry executive.), Eve (Singer) (American rapper and actress.), 50 Cent (Musician) (American rapper.), Willie Gary (American lawyer.), Whoopi Goldberg (American actress.), E. Lynn Harris (American novelist.); 1955-2009, Allen Iverson (American basketball player.); 1975-, Janet Jackson (American singer.), Michael Jackson (American singer and songwriter.); 1958-2009, Samuel L. Jackson (American actor.), T. D. Jakes (American clergyman, religious writer and gospel singer.); 1957-, LeBron James (American basketball player.), Earvin Johnson (American basketball player and coach.); 1959-, Robert Louis Johnson (American television and basketball executive.), Marion Jones (American sprinter, long jumper and basketball player.); 1975-, Michael Jordan (American basketball player.); 1963-, Tom Joyner (American radio talk show host.); 1942-, R. Kelly (American singer, songwriter and record producer.), Kwame M. Kilpatrick (American mayor.); 1970-, Lenny Kravitz (American singer and guitarist.), Queen Latifah (American rapper and actress.), Spike Lee (American film director, screenwriter and actor.), LL Cool J (American rapper and actor.), Suzan-Lori Parks (American dramatist.), Missy Elliott (American rapper and songwriter.), Charles Moose (American county police chief.), Nelly (Musician) (American rapper.), Stanley O'Neal (American investment banker.), Condoleezza Rice (American Secretary of state.); 1954-, Al Sharpton (American clergyman and political activist.); 1954-, B2K (Musical group), Blacks, Black celebrities
Beyonce (American singer and actress.)
New Cars For 2004
Automobiles (Rating), Automobiles, Foreign (Rating)
Sex, Lies & the Internet
Internet (Sexual aspects), Adultery
The Shocking State of Black Marriage: Experts Say Many Will Never Get Married
Blacks (Statistics), Marriage (Statistics), Married couples (Economic conditions), Black family
'Small Miracles': New Hope For Black Adoptions
Adoption and adopted children, Black children, Blacks (Social conditions)
Last-Chance Mothers
Black single mothers (Age), Sperm banks, Sperm donors, Artificial insemination, Human, Adoption and adopted children

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