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    Natural Woman Magazine

    Connecting our readers to the products and services offered by the trendsetting movers and shakers, entrepreneurs is our mission.


    Natural Woman Magazine is an online magazine based out of Cincinnati, Ohio with a readership of over 70,000 men and women around the world. Our mission at Natural Woman Magazine is to promote, empower, and inspire our readers to live a more abundant healthy lifestyle while serving as a platform for the Natural Living Movement and a more eco-friendly world.

    Natural Woman Magazine cover stories that include Natural Hair, health topics, green living, celebrity news, beauty, fashion , economics, and entrepreneurship. The editorial elements in each issue provide current and new health conscious women with the tools necessary to live a healthier lifestyle while taking care of our environment. A full color 30+-page magazine, with advertisements, buzz worthy events, cultural and educational articles, and community driven highlights.

    Natural Woman Magazine is dedicated to capturing the extraordinary works of cultural trendsetters and revolutionaries. Since its inception almost two years ago, Natural Woman Magazine has provided a variety of information, support, positive online press, sponsorships and more to an array of local and national artists, businesses, entertainers, organizations and entrepreneurs.

    At Natural Woman Magazine, we are more than ecstatic to continue to live our mission and achieve our goals. Since its initial launch, Natural Woman Magazine has been distributed in Cincinnati, Nashville, Arizona, New York, and Atlanta (with more U.S. cities to come) in print and worldwide online. Within the first year of our Launch, Natural Woman Magazine has reached over 10,000 readers, with the highest international views in United Kingdom, South Africa, Barbados, and Jamaica.

    We believe that our readers should be afforded the absolute best when it comes to satisfying needs, desires and absolute must-haves, from companies that offer exceptional products, prices and customer service.

    Natural Woman Magazine


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    JESSE WILLIAMS, HARRY BELAFONTE AND ZENDAYA GRACE EBONY MAGAZINE IN CELEBRATION OF THE 2015 POWER 100 LIST

    EBONY MAGAZINE MARKS ITS 70TH ANNIVERSARY
    WITH A COLLECTOR’S EDITION COVER OF
    JESSE WILLIAMS, HARRY BELAFONTE AND ZENDAYA
    IN CELEBRATION OF THE 2015 POWER 100 LIST
    PRESENTED BY NATIONWIDE


     JESSE WILLIAMS, HARRY BELAFONTE AND ZENDAYA



    Honorees on the 30th Annual Power 100 List Include Prince, Russell Westbrook, Loretta Lynch, Drake, Trevor Noah, Viola Davis and Lester Holt

    The Power 100 Gala Celebration Will Take Place in Los Angeles on December 2

    CHICAGO (November 23, 2015) — EBONY® Magazine today released its 70th Anniversary Collector’s Edition Cover. The cover of the December/January issue boldly urges its readers to “Stand For Something”. With a central focus on advocacy, audacity and the arts, the double issue also rolls out the 2015 Power 100 List, with a header that reads “Power (100) To The People”.

    The message of this impactful cover is plain: Standing for something has a very long tradition in the Black community. Witness 88-year-old Belafonte on the cover passing the baton of Black power and pride to generations of entertainers to come. Inside, the editorial team captures the metaphor and the reality.

    For 30 years, the Power 100 list has paid homage to the outstanding achievements of African-Americans. Among the game changers honored this year are NBA player and literacy advocate Russell Westbrook, Coca-Cola CFO Kathy Waller, the casts of Empire and Power, Boeing Chief Information Officer Ted Colbert, singer/activist Janelle Monae, actresses Regina King, Viola Davis, Jada Pinkett Smith, Apple VP of Environment, Policy and Social Initiatives Lisa Jackson, hair-care entrepreneur Miko Branch, and minister at the front lines in Ferguson, Rev. Traci Blackmon.

    These achievers have had noteworthy accomplishments over the past year, representing a variety of fields, including politics, business, education, media, religion, music and more.

    “It is truly an honor to celebrate the tremendous talents and accomplishments of the honorees on this year’s Power 100 list,” said Kierna Mayo, editor-in-chief of EBONY Magazine. “From the #BlackLivesMatter movement to technology disruptors to the boardrooms of Fortune 500 companies, all of the selected individuals have made an undeniable impact. They represent outstanding examples of greatness, and provide hope and inspiration for the next generation.”

    The famed EBONY Power 100, 70th Anniversary Gala presented by Nationwide, will take place on Wednesday, December 2 at The Beverly Hilton in Los Angeles. The 70’s inspired gala serves as a celebration of Black pride and promise, EBONY’s mission for over 70 years.

    “As the curator of the African-American experience, EBONY is proud to salute this remarkable group of leaders,” says Chairman Linda Johnson Rice. “When the company was started by my father, his vision included celebrating African-Americans at our finest. It is a great honor to acknowledge the accomplishments of the 2015 Power 100 honorees and our 70th Anniversary on one spectacular night.”

    For a fourth consecutive year, Nationwide will proudly present the prestigious affair to celebrate honorees on the 2015 EBONY Power 100 list.

    "Nationwide is honored and privileged to serve as the presenting sponsor of the EBONY Power 100 Gala celebrating the 70th Anniversary," said EVP and Chief Marketing Officer Terrance Williams. "Through this great partnership, we are proud to pay tribute to the past and present honorees whose commitment to excellence represents the very best in the country."

    Hosting the star-studded evening will be comedian, actor, writer and late-night host, Arsenio Hall. Hall is best known for his work on the celebrated Arsenio Hall Show, as well classic comedies like Coming to America and Harlem Nights.

    In addition to Nationwide as the presenting sponsor, EBONY Power 100 Gala sponsors include Cadillac, Hilton Worldwide, United Airlines, The Home Depot, Hennessy, Fashion Fair Cosmetics and Twitter.

    The 2015 Power 100 list will appear in the December/January issue of EBONY, on newsstands starting November 25. The full list of the EBONY Power 100 and gala details can be found at http://www.ebony.com/power100-2015/.

    ABOUT EBONY
    EBONY is the number one source for an authoritative perspective on the multidimensional African-American community. The EBONY brand, including print and digital, reaches over 10.3 million readers monthly. The print publication readers are 33% millennials. The EBONY audience has the most black men, black women and black higher income readers.

    Our media reflects the cross-section of Black America as delivered by our best thinkers, trendsetters, activists, celebrities and next-generation leaders.

    EBONY ignites conversation, promotes empowerment and celebrates aspiration. We are the heart, soul and pulse of Black America and a catalyst for reflection and progression.

    Follow and engage with Ebony: @EbonyMag on Twitter, EbonyMag on Facebook, EbonyMagazine on Instagram, EbonyMag.Tumblr.com on Tumblr, and Ebony.com on the web.

    We are not "new Black," nor "old Black," we are ALL Black.


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    EBONY TACKLES “cosby vs. cliff”
    AND OTHER BLACK FAMILY ISSUE(S)


    Our Team Takes a Close Look at the Black Family including: the Shattered Legacy of The Cosby Show, a Pictorial Tribute to the Obamas, Coming Out At Home, RHOA’s Kandi & Todd’s Blended Bliss, and Current Attacks on Reproductive Rights


     the Shattered Legacy of The Cosby Show



    CHICAGO (October 15, 2015) – The November issue of EBONY is dedicated to the Black family. We lead with the question: Have the allegations against Bill Cosby – the man once known as “America’s Favorite Dad” – destroyed the legacy of our greatest family sitcom, The Cosby Show?

    Many African-Americans consider the Huxtables to be America’s First Black Family. The Cosby Show, one of the most watched programs in television history, offered a refuge from the 80’s TV negative depiction of black “life” in America.

    In the November cover story, Cliff-hanger, Daily Beast editor-at-large Goldie Taylor, explores the intensely complicated relationship between the fallen icon, his beloved character and the broken hearts of Black America.

    EBONY EIC Kierna Mayo asks in the Editor’s Letter, “What about the notion of brownstone-having, upper middle-class Black family aspirations? What to we do with that? Has the image of Black family perfection had a great fall and now cannot be put back together again?”

    Read more here: Cliff-hanger (excerpt)http://www.ebony.com/entertainment-culture/ebony-bill-cosby-cover-story-november-2015-999

    Fast forward to the actual First Black Family, in Framing the Obamas, we revisit seven years of an extraordinary family life in pictures with writer Rembert Browne.

    The November issue also includes the report “When Your Child Comes Out: How Black parents can embrace and love their LGBT children” written by LGBT supporter and journalist, Kellee Terrell. Here we provide a guide to help parents navigate the range of emotions surrounding a young person when they come out as LGBT.

    Real. House. Lives. celebrates Real Housewives of Atlanta star Kandi Burruss and husband Todd Tucker’s pregnancy journey and their steps to creating a beautifully blended family.

    In Choice Under Fire, reproductive rights advocate Renee Bracey Sherman breaks down recent attacks on a woman’s right to abort, and why this matters to Black families. Here we analyze the economics of abortion, restrictive laws, and separating the facts from the propaganda.

    ABOUT EBONY
    EBONY is the number one source for an authoritative perspective on the multidimensional African-American community. The EBONY brand, including print and digital, reaches over 10.3 million readers monthly. The print publication readers are 33% millennials. The EBONY audience has the most black men, black women and black higher income readers.

    Our media reflects the cross-section of Black America as delivered by our best thinkers, trendsetters, activists, celebrities and next-generation leaders.

    EBONY ignites conversation, promotes empowerment and celebrates aspiration. We are the heart, soul and pulse of Black America and a catalyst for reflection and progression.

    Follow and engage with Ebony: @EbonyMag on Twitter, EbonyMag on Facebook, EbonyMagazine on Instagram, EbonyMag.Tumblr.com on Tumblr, and Ebony.com on the web.

    We are not "new Black," nor "old Black," we are ALL Black.


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    THE ROOTS Represent #BLACKMALEBRILLIANCE on the COVER of EBONY

    The October Issue Celebrates The Million Man March – 20 Years Later, Troy Vincent the NFL’s No. 2 Head Honcho, and a Host of Male Star Power


     October Issue Celebrates The Million Man March



    CHICAGO (September 18, 2015) — The October Men’s issue leads with a salute to the meteoric trajectory of The Roots. “The Root Theory” cover story takes a probing look at band leader Questlove and MC Black Thought’s embodiment of hip hop’s ‘Hood-to-Hollywood evolution. EBONY Digital Arts & Culture Editor, Miles Marshall Lewis, examines how the band’s “It” factor skyrocketed after joining The Tonight Show with Jimmy Fallon. In an intimate sit down, the frontmen speak on their 14 album career, legacy building and stretching their artistic boundaries to fashion, theater, culinary arts, digital content and more.

    In the Editor’s Letter, EBONY EIC Kierna Mayo describes the men’s issue this way, “This is #BlackMaleBrilliance – a force of nature that holds within it a true Godlike capacity. The power to construct and deconstruct, an omnipotent light from within. Black male brilliance is everyday and everywhere and evermore, and no matter what life feels like in America when another day comes and yet another dead Black child becomes a hashtag for justice, it is a thing we must recognize, hold on to and uplift.”

    In The Other Side of the Ball, contributing writer Charles F. Coleman, Jr. speaks with former head of the NFL Players Association, Troy Vincent, now the league’s No. 2 honcho and one of the most influential voices in professional sports.

    Also in this issue, we present a new addition to the magazine — Manifest. In 2012, the digital team introduced Manifest: Black Men Tackle Struggle, Identity and Power, an online series designed to highlight stories by and about Black men, underscoring critical issues while challenging persistent myths about Black masculinity..Manifest is now a monthly addition to EBONY magazine.

    For this inaugural print edition of Manifest, EBONY caught up with some of Black America’s "public intellectuals" from Marc Lamont Hill to Michael Eric Dyson and asked them to ponder what it means to be a brilliant Black man in a world that works diligently to stifle their genius.

    #BlackMaleBrilliance continues with Senior Editor, Jamilah Lemieux’s “Farrakhan Speaks. Again.” an exclusive first-hand account from Minister Farrakhan as he prepares for this month’s Justice or Else! gathering commemorating the 20th Anniversary of the Million Man March.

    Other October highlights include Back from the Brink, which takes a look at Wesley Snipes’ carefully mounted Hollywood comeback; Get Free, a gay man’s inner truth; and Crazy for Craft Beer featuring Black brewers.

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    ABOUT EBONY
    EBONY is the number one source for an authoritative perspective on the multidimensional African-American community. The EBONY brand, including print and digital, reaches over 10.3 million readers monthly. The print publication readers are 33% millennials. The EBONY audience has the most black men, black women and black higher income readers.

    Our media reflects the cross-section of Black America as delivered by our best thinkers, trendsetters, activists, celebrities and next-generation leaders.

    EBONY ignites conversation, promotes empowerment and celebrates aspiration. We are the heart, soul and pulse of Black America and a catalyst for reflection and progression.

    Follow and engage with EBONY: @EbonyMag on Twitter, EbonyMag on Facebook, EbonyMagazine on Instagram, EbonyMag.Tumblr.com on Tumblr, and Ebony.com on the web.

    We are not "new Black," nor "old Black," we are ALL Black.

    ABOUT JET
    JET magazine, initially billed as “The Weekly Negro News Magazine,” is noted for its role in chronicling the early days of the Civil Rights movement. The publication, now in an all-digital format, continues provide our readers with credible coverage of current events, entertainment news, healthy living guidelines, and fashion and beauty tips. The magazine has been a trusted news source to Black Americans since 1951, bringing life to its popular catchphrase: “If it isn’t in JET, it didn’t happen.”

    Visit JETmag.com. “Like” GetJETMag on Facebook, Follow @GetJETMag on Twitter and Instagram.


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    BlackRefer.com does not endorse or recommend any article on this site or any product, service or information found within said articles. Resources and links included in said articles are only suggested as sources for further exploration, but we cannot vouch for or take responsibility for information contained in these resources. The opinions and views of the authors who have submitted articles to BlackRefer.com belong to them alone and do not necessarily reflect the views of BlackRefer.com.





    THE EBONY MAGAZINE HOMAGE TO BLACK MODELS CELEBRATES A POWERFUL NEW CROP OF FASHION TALENT

    The September Issue Offers Up ¡§Insane 2015 Fall Fashion¡¨, a Historic Look at Race on the Runway and a Celebration of the 2015 HBCU Campus Queens


      a Historic Look at Race on the Runway



    CHICAGO (August 21, 2015) ¡X The September Fall Fashion issue serves as a symbol of affirmation in an era where many black models are fading away from the runway and the pages of magazines. After the last season of white-washed shows, Black fashion watchers wonder if we have regressed and are looking to the upcoming New York Fashion week to see how long the ignoring Black models trend will last. In this month¡¦s ¡§Race & The Runway¡¨ it is revealed that of the 9,538 model bookings that took place across 373 Fall 2015 fashion shows in New York, London, Milan and Paris, 80 percent were White; and Black models comprised less than 8 percent.

    ¡§Thank you Black models of then and now¡Xso present and despite what seems like fewer of you working today¡Xso there. We see you injecting brown bodies into spaces where we have all but been erased,¡¨ says EBONY EIC Kierna Mayo.

    In exclusive talks with EBONY, three generations of runway icons, including Pat Cleveland, Beverly Johnson, Roshumba and Tyra Banks, share testimonies that affirm that Black models are ambassadors representing far more than the physical grace of Black people; they also represent our pride.

    Gail O¡¦Neill reflects on how big business has affected Black models, ¡§When I started in 1985, the industry was far more integrated. I feel sorry for the Black girls working today. So many times there is just one brown face, maybe two, in the couture shows¡KI can¡¦t even count how many brown girls I would see every time the collections came around.¡¨

    Fast forward to today, although many industry doors have closed, black models power forward and continue to make their presence known on the runway and in the pages of the glossies.

    Our cover story, ¡§Made You Look¡¨, profiles six models rocking fall¡¦s boldest trends, daring to represent the ¡§ah-mazing¡¨ skin they are in. The diversity of Black skin is highlighted in the ten-page high fashion spread where we say hello to a new crop of models: Chantelle Winnie (IG: WinnieHarlow), Milan Dixon (IG: ModeloMilano), Fatima Siad (IG: FatimaSiad), Marquita Pring (IG: Marquita Pring), Diandra Forrest (IG: Diandra Forrest), and Samantha Archibald (ThinkThinkBrainBlast).

    These trailblazers are paired with top design talent for a truly badass black fashion moment. Our ¡§Black Designer Watch¡¨ includes Rocho Omondi, Charles Harbison, Stella Jean, LaQuan Smith and Mimi Plange.

    Another highlight is ¡§We Run the Yard¡¨, announcing our 2015 Top Campus Queens. We profile 10 young standout Campus Queens from 140 Historically Black Colleges and Universities (HBCU). These ladies bring brains, beauty and crowns to the table and we are honored to present this amazing group of young leaders to our readers.

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    ABOUT EBONY
    EBONY is the number one source for an authoritative perspective on the multidimensional African-American community. The EBONY brand, including print and digital, reaches over 10.3 million readers monthly. The print publication readers are 33% millenials. The EBONY audience has the most black men, black women and black higher income readers.

    Our media reflects the cross-section of Black America as delivered by our best thinkers, trendsetters, activists, celebrities and next-generation leaders.

    EBONY ignites conversation, promotes empowerment and celebrates aspiration. We are the heart, soul and pulse of Black America and a catalyst for reflection and progression.

    Follow and engage with Ebony: @EbonyMag on Twitter, EbonyMag on Facebook, EbonyMagazine on Instagram, EbonyMag.Tumblr.com on Tumblr, and Ebony.com on the web.

    We are not "new Black," nor "old Black," we are ALL Black.

    ABOUT JET
    JET magazine, initially billed as ¡§The Weekly Negro News Magazine,¡¨ is noted for its role in chronicling the early days of the Civil Rights movement. The publication, now in an all-digital format, continues provide our readers with credible coverage of current events, entertainment news, healthy living guidelines, and fashion and beauty tips. The magazine has been a trusted news source to Black Americans since 1951, bringing life to its popular catchphrase: ¡§If it isn¡¦t in JET, it didn¡¦t happen.¡¨

    Visit JETmag.com. ¡§Like¡¨ GetJETMag on Facebook, Follow @GetJETMag on Twitter and Instagram.


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    IN THE AUGUST ISSUE EBONY MAGAZINE TAKES ON THE CONTROVERSIAL QUESTION, DOES AMERICA LOVE BLACK PEOPLE?

    EBONY takes a Look at America’s Imbalance - It’s Love for Black Culture and Disregard for Black Lives - through an Editorial Focus on Money, Power and Respect


     Wendy Williams  Graces the Cover of EBONY



    CHICAGO (July 24, 2015) — As the one year anniversary of the unrest in Ferguson on August 9th and the 60th Anniversary of the death of Emmett Till on August 28th approach, EBONY chose to take a slight pause from Black celebrity and take a look at the serious matters plaguing our country and dominating it’s media.

    In the Editor’s Letter, Kierna Mayo states "What I have learned is, if you ask Black people how they feel about America’s obsession with Black culture but all too common rejection of Black people, you just may tumble down a rabbit hole of no return. But that’s actually a good thing—we all have something to say about this.”

    The Black wealth focused “Master your Money” edited by S. Tia Brown, serves as EBONY’s definitive guide to financial wealth. “Started From the Bottom…Now We’re Here” written by Tiffany “The Budgetnista” Aliche takes a look at how to jump socioeconomic classes by breaking down the steps it takes to raise one’s income bracket.

    A look at Black power takes form as a report on Black media entitled “Race Sells” written by Errin Whack. The last few years have seen an explosion of race coverage, and African-Americans have frequently been at the center of the nation’s most-reported stories. This report that examines the changing reality for African-Americans, leads with a spread of 28 mainstream magazine covers ranging from People to the New Yorker featuring entertainers including the likes of President Obama to Rihanna.

    Two articles analyze Black respect, “Fade to White” written by Juan Thompson, takes a look at the difference between flattery and misappropriation, and “Ferguson Forward: One Year Later” gives voice to the Brown family and Ferguson community at large as they speak with Jamilah Lemieux about how the death of 18-year-old Mike Brown changed St. Louis and the world.

    The August 2015 issue on this week.

    Editor’s Letter:
    http://www.ebony.com/wellness-empowerment/editors-letter-does-america-love-black-people-787#.VbI3UypViko

    Race Sells (excerpt):
    ebony.com/news-views/cover-story-for-white-mags-race-sells-599#.VbI9CEUniag

    Fade to White (excerpt):
    ebony.com/entertainment-culture/fade-to-white-black-music-white-artistsbig-money-504#.VbI5fkUniag

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    ABOUT EBONY
    EBONY is the number one source for an authoritative perspective on the multidimensional African-American community. The EBONY brand, including print and digital, reaches over 10.2 million readers monthly.

    Our media reflects the cross-section of Black America as delivered by our best thinkers, trendsetters, activists, celebrities and next-generation leaders.

    EBONY ignites conversation, promotes empowerment and celebrates aspiration. We are the heart, soul and pulse of Black America and a catalyst for reflection and progression.

    Follow and engage with Ebony - @EbonyMag on Twitter, EbonyMag on Facebook, EbonyMag.Tumblr.com on Tumblr, and Ebony.com on the web.

    We are not "new Black," nor "old Black," we are ALL Black.

    ABOUT JET
    JET magazine, initially billed as “The Weekly Negro News Magazine,” is noted for its role in chronicling the early days of the Civil Rights movement. The publication, now in an all-digital format, continues provide our readers with credible coverage of current events, entertainment news, healthy living guidelines, and fashion and beauty tips. The magazine has been a trusted news source to Black Americans since 1951, bringing life to its popular catchphrase: “If it isn’t in JET, it didn’t happen.”

    Visit JETmag.com. “Like” GetJETMag on Facebook, Follow @GetJETMag on Twitter and Instagram.


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    Wendy Williams Reigns on the Cover of EBONY

    The Queen of Daytime Talk to Reveal the Full Cover Story on The Wendy Williams Show, April 24


     Wendy Williams  Graces the Cover of EBONY



    CHICAGO (April 22, 2015) — Wendy Williams, diva of dish and host of the wildly successful The Wendy Williams Show, willfully embraces her impact on pop culture while maintaining a laser sharp focus on what matters most, home. On Friday, April 24th audience and viewers will get a first look at the cover shoot, live on the show.

    Entering Wendy’s world (the home edition) gave us a close look at her favorite roles – mother, daughter, non-hoity-toity kitchen master, and campy visual artist – for the May issue of Ebony.

    “Sometimes I feel a little guilty, like there is going to come a time when all of this isn’t going on and I’m going to regret not lunching at Michael’s with the celebrity girls. But right now, this feels great,” Williams says of home being the place she prefers to be.

    Williams also shares with EBONY the intricacies of her marriage and business relationship with husband, co-executive producer, and manager Kevin Hunter. Together they have built an empire that includes celebrating her 1000th show milestone and launching the Wendy Williams clothing line on HSN.

    Elsewhere in the issue, we expand on “having it all” with Million Dollar Moms On Balancing Money, Power & Family, featuring a collection of six powerful women that are conquering the corner office while managing motherhood and womanhood. We also provide an analysis on police body cameras having the potential to backfire.

    Our lifestyle coverage includes a “grown man’s” guide to spring grooming; tips on how to let go when ending a relationship; recipes for making a mouthwatering Mother’s Day Brunch; and eco-tripping without forsaking luxury on the road.

    For more, readers can find the May issue of EBONY on newsstands now.

    About EBONY:
    EBONY is the No. 1 national lifestyle magazine targeting the African-American community. As the longest-running Black publication, EBONY has the largest reach in the African-American print space, reaching nearly 9 million readers. EBONY features the best thinkers, trendsetters, hottest celebrities and next-generation leaders in the African-American community. EBONY ignites conversation, promotes empowerment and celebrates aspiration. Available nationwide on newsstands and on digital platforms, EBONY is the heart, soul and pulse of African-Americans.

    Follow us and tell us what’s on your mind: @EBONYMag on Twitter | EBONYMag on Facebook| EBONYMag.Tumblr.com on Tumblr| EBONY.com online

    It’s more than a magazine, it’s a movement.


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    Kerry Washington Graces the Cover of EBONY

    Scandal Star Shows Off Her “Fun” Side


     Kerry Washington Graces the Cover of EBONY



    CHICAGO (March 18, 2015) — Kerry Washington, Scandal star and activist, may be a Hollywood “it” girl, but she doesn’t shop images of her adorable baby to the tabloids or post pics of her handsome hubby on Instagram for #ManCrushMonday. That’s why it’s so refreshing to go behind the scenes with Washington and learn more about her personal passions, latest projects and carefully guarded family life in the double March/April issue of EBONY.

    Washington also reveals to EBONY that she will not waver in her convictions when it comes to important causes, including the death of Michael Brown at the hands of police in Ferguson, Mo. She shares why she broke down #Blacklivesmatter on the red carpet at the Emmy Awards.

    “I was really broken that morning,” Washington recounts of the off-the-cuff interview during which she shared the difficulty of being Black in America. “Watching that funeral, I was just broken. And I take all of who I am into a room. That’s where my mind was that day. I’m not going to let anyone segment me or make me exclude parts of who I am because they may be threatening.” Elsewhere in this spring-themed double issue, we reveal “Leaders of the New School,” a lineup of social justice advocates who are leading the new civil rights fight.

    As part of our lifestyle coverage, we introduce you to six readers who bravely signed up for our 90-day weight loss challenge, helmed by The Biggest Loser coach and all-around fitness expert Dolvett Quince. But you don’t have to feel left out of the exercise and eating-right action. Join the fun and see if you can slim down and shape up alongside our volunteers with whom we’ll do a reality check in the June issue.

    For more, readers can find the March/April issue of EBONY on newsstands March 20.

    About EBONY:
    EBONY is the No. 1 national lifestyle magazine targeting the African-American community. As the longest-running Black publication, EBONY has the largest reach in the African-American print space, reaching nearly 9 million readers. EBONY features the best thinkers, trendsetters, hottest celebrities and next-generation leaders in the African-American community. EBONY ignites conversation, promotes empowerment and celebrates aspiration. Available nationwide on newsstands and on digital platforms, EBONY is the heart, soul and pulse of African-Americans.

    Follow us and tell us what’s on your mind: @EBONYMag on Twitter | EBONYMag on Facebook| EBONYMag.Tumblr.com on Tumblr| EBONY.com online

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    Ashley Stewart and PLUS Model Magazine Tap Top Plus Bloggers for #IAMASHLEY Spring Styling Challenge


     Ashley Stewart and PLUS Model Magazine



    SECAUCUS, N.J. March 2, 2015

    What makes the perfect Ashley Stewart woman? She is bold, stylish, brave, adventurous, and powerful. She lives by her own rules, loves her curves, and looks impeccable doing so. That’s why PLUS Model Magazine (PMM), the #1 plus size fashion and beauty magazine/blog, has partnered with leading plus size global fashion brand Ashley Stewart for its Woman of Style photo spread featuring Top Plus Bloggers, who are all doing it their way. Five bloggers were invited to participate in a #IAMASHLEY styling challenge, each chosen for her sense of style, confidence, and long-time love of the Ashley Stewart brand. Each blogger was then able to select any Ashley Stewart outfit, put her own unique twist on it, participate in a NYC photoshoot, and show off her take on curvy spring fashion must-haves in an editorial spread in PLUS Model Magazine’s March 2015 issue.

    “I have always referred to Ashley Stewart as ‘The People’s Brand,’ their passion for the plus-sized woman has always been clear. Now seeing them come into their own is a true delight and I’m excited for PMM to partner with a leading brand that is not afraid to show some curves,” says Plus Model Magazine editor-in-chief Madeline Jones.

    “Over the past twenty-four years, Ashley Stewart forged lasting, personal relationships with its customers in neighborhood shops across the country. Recent innovations in digital have allowed us and her loyal followers to introduce her to friends in new neighborhoods and new countries heretofore unimaginable. Despite this, our goal is to stay true to our mission of getting to know each and every one of our customers on an individual level. We hope you enjoy the individualism of each of these trend-setting women as much as we do,” says Executive Chairman and CEO James Rhee.

    The following bloggers showcased their curves and voluptuous personalities in the March issue of PLUS Model Magazine:

    Allison McGevna, Stylist/Fox News Producer/Blogger, Insidealliesworld.com

    Allie has been an Ashley Stewart fan since she was a teenager. In fact, her very first major modeling campaign was with the brand, so it holds a special spot in her heart.

    Fashion Tip: “Play with it, make it your own. Taking the sexy aspect and giving it an edge, don’t be so serious.”

    Jezra Matthews, Model and Blogger, jezram.com

    Jezra first fell in love with Ashley Stewart on Valentine’s Day. “I saw a beautiful red blazer,” she recalls, “I went in to try it on and it fit my body perfectly. It just complimented me so well.” She’s been in love with the brand ever since.

    Tip: “Be Fun. Be Comfortable. Be You!”

    Essie Golden, Blogger – EssieGolden.com

    There weren’t a lot of choices for plus-sized women in Orlando, but Essie was determined to find great outfits (especially for church) – Ashley Stewart spoke to her and she’s been a fan ever since.

    Tip: “Edge it up! Wear high heels, or even sneakers!”

    Kelly Augustine, Blogger, kellyaugustine.com

    “I always shopped along 125th street in Manhattan and happened to walk by,” recalls Kelly, “I saw a leather skirt in the window and that was it! I kept going back and buying more and more.”

    Tip: “Use only one piece as your drama piece. Let it have its moment!”

    Chante Burkett, Blogger, everythingcurvyandchic.com

    Chante discovered Ashley Stewart three years ago in a local mall after moving to the tri-state area, and has since developed quite the love affair with Ashley Stewart jeans.

    Tip: “Always have proper undergarments and always think about where you are going so you can wear the proper shoes!”

    Throughout March, Ashley Stewart will be highlighting these bloggers and its customers wearing spring trends with the #IAMASHLEY hashtag.

    For more information, visit the Ashley Stewart Facebook page at http://www.Facebook.com/byAshleyStewart

    About PLUS Model Magazine: PMM inspires the style-savvy, fashion-forward, full-figured woman to embrace her curves. PMM has become a thought-leader shaping the plus size industry and providing a barometer for the season’s latest style trends for curvy women. With a monthly magazine featuring stunning editorials showcasing plus models, as well as ‘How-to-wear’ columns and shopping guides at all price-points, PMM reports on style, beauty and topical news, all while engaging our reader in lively and meaningful conversation on our daily blog and social media. Developed, designed and written by plus women, for plus women, PMM understands and speaks directly to the heart of our reader, because we are our reader. Online since 2006, PMM is the #1 plus size fashion & beauty magazine, blog and social media outlet.

    About Ashley Stewart: Ashley Stewart is an iconic and global plus size brand that has captured the hearts and minds of curvy women since its founding in 1991 in Brooklyn, New York. Today, Ashley Stewart offers the hottest looks with stores across the United States, a high growth ecommerce presence at www.AshleyStewart.com, and an industry-leading social media presence. Ashley Stewart stands for uncompromising style, fashion, fit and empowerment for the trend-savvy woman who flaunts her curves. From the perfect pair of jeans to churchflow dresses, smoking hot outfits to #DaretoBare intimates, Ashley Stewart has you covered.

    Stay Connected:
    · Visit our stores around the country for a one-on-one shopping experience with our in-store team: http://www.ashleystewart.com/stores

    · Shop online with new styles added daily: http://www.AshleyStewart.com

    · Join more than 360,000 fans on our Facebook page: http://www.facebook.com/byAshleyStewart

    · Share your #IAMASHLEY look on Instagram: http://www.instagram.com/byAshleyStewart.

    · Tweet with us on Twitter: http://www.Twitter.com/byAshleyStewart.


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    BLACK-ISH STAR ANTHONY ANDERSON TALKS DIVERSITY IN OCTOBER ISSUE OF EMMY® MAGAZINE

    PLUS: Features on breakout star Gina Rodriguez, 1960s classic primetime soap Peyton Place, Showtime’s The Affair and much more!


     ANTHONY ANDERSON



    NoHo Arts District, CA – (October 16, 2014) – Anthony Anderson, star and executive producer of the new ABC fall comedy series black-ish, appears on the cover of award-winning emmy® magazine, the Television Academy’s “must read” journal which hits newsstands today. The actor is suave in a white-on-white Dolce & Gabbana linen suit, silk pointed tie and Ted Baker London shirt. For exclusive photos and video of behind-the-scenes moments from Anderson’s photo shoot, visit TelevisionAcademy.com, the Academy’s award-winning website.

    The narrative behind ABC’s new comedy black-ish hits close to home for the comedian, who portrays a successful father struggling to make sure his privileged children remember where they’ve come from. “I was dealing with my son coming home and saying he doesn’t feel black,” Anderson recalls. “At the tail end of a heart-to-heart conversation about my unprivileged struggle growing up in Compton, California, versus my son’s privileged struggle growing up in the Valley and knowing nothing but private school, he said, ‘Dad, for my birthday, I want a bar mitzvah.’” Looking back, the actor is able to laugh at the memory, but at the time he responded, “Oh, so you really aren’t black.’”

    black-ish “has a real point of view,” shares Laurence Fishburne, who both executive-produces the series and plays Anderson’s old-school dad. “And although it appears to be a point of view about race, it’s really about class, success and generational differences more than anything else.” Adds writer-producer Kenya Barris, “That’s really what I wanted to say with this show, that we are the sum of all our parts, and we should acknowledge that.”

    All that said, black-ish “…is not indicative of just one culture and one race of people,” Anderson concludes. “It’s inclusive. Everybody’s dealing with a little ‘ish’ in their lives.”

    Additional feature highlights from this issue of emmy® include:

    · Fall TV’s breakout star Gina Rodriguez (Jane the Virgin), who discusses her road to stardom

    · A nostalgic look back at Peyton Place, the salacious and buzzworthy ’60s soap opera starring Mia Farrow and Ryan O’Neal

    · A peek on set of Showtime’s powerful new original drama The Affair, and interviews with executive producer Sarah Treem and stars Dominic West, Ruth Wilson, Maura Tierney, and Showtime’s EVP of original programming Gary Levin

    · Actor Donal Logue, on his role in Fox’s Gotham and the work ethic that has made him one of the busiest actors in the business

    · An in-depth look at TV Everywhere, the cable initiative intended to free viewers from their living room sets — and why it’s taking so long

    Emmy magazine, the official publication of the Television Academy, takes readers behind-the-scenes of the industry for a unique insider’s view. Emmy showcases the stunning scope of television and profiles the people who make TV happen, from the stars of top shows to the pros behind the cameras, covering programming trends and advances in technology. Honored consistently for excellence, emmy is a five-time Maggie® Award winner as best trade publication in communications or the arts and has collected 38 Maggies from the Western Publishing Association. Emmy is available on selected newsstands or at TelevisionAcademy.com, where readers can purchase single print and digital copies of this issue as well as a subscription.


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    Pharrell Williams Dives in Deep with EBONY


    CHICAGO (October 14, 2014) — Pharrell Williams gives one of his most provocative interviews on topics ranging from women to racism, in the November issue of EBONY magazine.

    In honor of the annual Men's issue, the producer and co-judge on the NBC hit series, The Voice, speaks candidly about how the tragic death of Michael Brown in Ferguson, Mo. impacted him as a Black man, husband and father. Williams’ shares:

    “I don’t talk about race since it takes a very open mind to hear my view, because my view is the sky view. But I’m very troubled by what happened in Ferguson, Mo.”

    “When things like that happen, we need to be a united cell. We need connective tissue to be linked by spirit and spirituality.”

    “For every individual who gets killed, someone should build a school or teach a child. We really need to balance things with positivity”

    Williams also hits on personal controversy. The Virginia native addresses the rumors surrounding his bias against Black women, which sparked when the cover for his latest album, Girl, showcased only non-Black females.

    “I love Black women,” says Williams. “If you don’t think I love Black women, then you don’t understand me.” He continues to add, “I have obsessed over Black women since the days of Jayne Kennedy, Beverly Peele and Roshumba Williams. Those are the women I daydreamed about growing up.”

    The issue also explores several other profound, discussion-worthy topics. EBONY magazine’s special report, "Dirty Little Secret," features a riveting expose on the sex trafficking industry, how it affects young Black girls, and how readers can get involved as chronicled in the last installment of the Saving Our Girls series.

    “You’re being raped, you’re being beaten and you’ve been kidnapped,” said Keisha Head as she shares her story with at-risk girls and those who have been trafficked. “Every night, a different horrific thing is happening and you’re escaping with your life,” she added. Head now works with organizations such as youthSpark, which seeks to end sex trafficking.

    Additional features include a "men's only" roundtable on relationships and intimacy; EBONY magazine’s Men Who Lead series, which highlights successful men who are small business owners; and EBONY magazine’s 20 biggest moments in sports. EBONY also offers an array of life skill articles on how to plan for family and friends as they visit for the holidays.

    For more, readers can find the November issue of EBONY on newsstands October 14.

    http://www.ebony.com/video/entertainment-culture/pharrell-gets-fancy-forebonys-nov-issue-999#axzz3GDqtdmN6

    @EBONYMag on Twitter, EBONYMag on Facebook, EBONYMag.Tumblr.com on Tumblr and @EBONYmagazine on Instagram.

    About EBONY:
    EBONY is the No. 1 national lifestyle magazine targeting the African-American community. As the longest-running Black publication, EBONY has the largest reach in the African-American print space, reaching nearly 10 million readers. EBONY features the best thinkers, trendsetters, hottest celebrities and next-generation leaders in the African-American community. EBONY ignites conversation, promotes empowerment and celebrates aspiration. Available nationwide on newsstands and on digital platforms, EBONY is the heart, soul and pulse of African-Americans.

    Follow us and tell us what’s on your mind: @EBONYMag on Twitter | EBONYMag on Facebook| EBONYMag.Tumblr.com on Tumblr| EBONY.com online

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    EBONY Magazine Appoints Aliya S. King
    as the Entertainment Editor for the Publication


    CHICAGO (October 2, 2014) — EBONY magazine is pleased to announce the appointment of former Vibe senior content producer, Aliya S. King, as the publication’s new entertainment editor. She will report directly to Mitzi Miller, the editor-in-chief of EBONY, effective immediately.

    As the entertainment editor, King is responsible for securing and expanding the celebrity and entertainment content in EBONY magazine, while also assisting the brand as it continues its legacy as the authentic voice and curator of the African-American experience–past, present and future.

    Prior to joining the EBONY staff, King was responsible for news, trend-pieces, celebrity coverage and video production across platforms for Vibe and Vibe.com. In that role, she assigned, edited and top-edited features and cover stories. King also held editorial positions at Billboard, The Source, Upscale, Giant, and america. As a former freelance writer, her profiles, news stories and features have appeared in Nylon, CMJ:New Music Monthly, King, Ms, Us Weekly, Teen People, Seventeen, Latina, Essence, and Black Enterprise. Aliya has written nearly 50 cover stories for national magazines including pieces on Chris Brown, Faith Evans, Christina Aguilera, La La Vasquez, Kelly Rowland, Fantasia, Tracee Ellis Ross, Christina Milian, Mariah Carey, T.I., Sean “Diddy” Combs, Taraji Henson, Queen Latifah and Idris Elba to name a few.

    “I have followed Aliya’s work for years, and I think she’s an amazing writer,” said Miller. “I am excited to have the opportunity to work with her at EBONY as we continue to grow the brand and legacy of this iconic magazine.”

    “It’s an honor to join Johnson Publishing Company,” said King. “EBONY magazine’s influence and legacy is undeniable and I am humbled to take my place in this role,” she added. “EBONY has been required reading for me since the age of four so working with the magazine is something beyond my wildest dreams. For sixteen years, I’ve enjoyed covering entertainment and this is an amazing opportunity for me to continue my professional journey.”

    King was born and raised in East Orange, New Jersey, and is a graduate of Rutgers University with a B.A. in African-American History and certification in Secondary Education from the Rutgers Graduate School of Education. She was awarded ASCAP’s Deems Taylor Award for magazine writing in 2005 for her story, “Love and Unhappiness,” published in Vibe, about the mysterious 1974 death that took place in the home of soul singer Al Green. She is also the author of several books, including novels such as Platinum and Diamond Life. She also co-authored the New York Times Bestseller, Keep the Faith, with platinum-certified recording artist Faith Evans, and collaborated with former drug dealer, Frank Lucas, on his memoir, Original Gangster.

    About EBONY:
    EBONY is the No. 1 national lifestyle magazine targeting the African-American community. As the longest-running Black publication, EBONY has the largest reach in the African-American print space, reaching nearly 10 million readers. EBONY features the best thinkers, trendsetters, hottest celebrities and next-generation leaders in the African-American community. EBONY ignites conversation, promotes empowerment and celebrates aspiration. Available nationwide on newsstands and on digital platforms, EBONY is the heart, soul and pulse of African-Americans.

    Follow us and tell us what’s on your mind: @EBONYMag on Twitter | EBONYMag on Facebook| EBONYMag.Tumblr.com on Tumblr| EBONY.com online

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    Taraji P. Henson Bares All to EBONY

    Magazine Also Explores Race Relations in America



    CHICAGO (September 9, 2014) — Taraji P. Henson showcases her sultry side on the cover of the October issue of EBONY. The Hollywood staple talks about her latest project, No Good Deed, a genre-defining thriller that she stars in and produced.

    “It’s a real girl-power film; she never stops fighting,” says Henson regarding her character, Terri. “It delivers the message that you don’t ever have to become the victim.”

    Known for her down-to-earth personality, the actress/producer has an intimate talk with EBONY’s Woodi,Editor-in-Chief, Mitzi Miller, on provocative topics ranging from the kinkiest place she’s had sex and her guilty pleasures to bizarre dreams and sexting. She even offers up the best advice she’s ever received: “My dad always told me to get from around those who have the same problem and get around people who have a solution.”

    Following her father’s advice has paid off. Henson is now a recognizable face whose diverse body of work, including The Curious Life of Benjamin Button and Baby Boy, has garnered accolades from Oscar nods to NAACP Image Awards. Despite her accomplishments, Henson admits she still struggles with accessing the power of influence in the industry.

    “I’m still treated like I’m on the D-list,” Henson acknowledges. “I’m still being considered with actresses who haven’t done half the stuff I’ve achieved.”

    But the Washingtonian uses the obstacles as motivation.

    “When people tell me no, I get hyped,” she shares. “Because when I prove that I can and will, I love watching people eat crow. “

    EBONY’s October issue also explores the state of race relations today. The untimely death of Michael Brown Jr., an unarmed African-American teenager in Ferguson, MI, at the hands of a Caucasian police officer sparked outrage across the nation this summer. In the article “No Power, No Peace,” Brown’s parents, Michael Brown Sr. and Lesley McSpadden, talk exclusively to EBONY about how they are working to ensure their son’s death was not in vain.

    “We will use this energy to effect real change, not only in Ferguson but in every city in the United States,” his parents share.

    For more, readers can find the October issue of EBONY on newsstands September 9.

    About EBONY:
    EBONY is the No. 1 national consumer magazine targeting the African-American community. As the longest-running Black publication, EBONY has the largest reach in the African-American print space, reaching nearly 11 million readers. EBONY features the best thinkers, trendsetters, hottest celebrities and next-generation leaders of African-Americans. EBONY ignites conversation, promotes empowerment and celebrates aspiration. Available nationwide on newsstands and the iPad, EBONY is the heart, the soul and the pulse of African-Americans.

    Follow us and tell us what’s on your mind: @EBONYMag on Twitter | EBONYMag on Facebook| EBONYMag.Tumblr.com on Tumblr| EBONY.com online

    It’s more than a magazine, it’s a movement.

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    Download The FREE JET app

    Inside the new JET app issue, readers will get beauty secrets from the ladies that help complement Beyonce on the stage. By downloading the FREE JET app, see how Ashley Everett and Kimmie G keep it fabulous while standing next to Queen Bey, including how to maintain their beautiful mane!

    Download the new JET app at www.jetmag.com/godigital.


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    EBONY Magazine Features “Get on Up” Cast on September Cover

    Exclusive Interview with Chadwick Boseman, Nelsan Ellis and Tika Sumpter


    CHICAGO (August 12, 2014) — Following the release of the highly anticipated and critically acclaimed film, Get on Up, actors Chadwick Boseman, Nelsan Ellis and Tika Sumpter are now the featured cover stars on the September issue of EBONY magazine, exuding the same glamour and style depicted in the James Brown biopic.

    Boseman, who epitomized the legendary Godfather of Soul, exclusively tells EBONY he originally didn’t want the role that is now giving him Oscar worthy buzz.

    “When my manager brought me the script, I didn’t even want to read it because I knew attempting to play James Brown would just be crazy,” cited Boseman. However, once he received the role, beating out 20 actors for the part, he was completely dedicated to capturing the essence of Brown. “He was a complicated man, both good and bad. Once you understand the reasons for his dichotomy, it’s easier to grasp who he was.”

    Boseman’s co-stars also agree that being a part of the film has pushed them to take their acting abilities to a higher level. In the article, Ellis credits Boseman for being a “working machine” and wanting to keep up at his level.

    “I thought, ‘If I’m going to act opposite [Chad], I’ll need to prove myself worthy,’” cited Ellis, who played Brown’s longtime friend and collaborator, Bobby Byrd. “You’ll see some of the best acting I’ve ever done on this last season of True Blood, and I owe that to Chad,” Ellis continued in reference to his character Lafayette in the hit HBO series. “I don’t know what people’s reactions will be, but I do want them to see a different side of my acting in this film.”

    Sumpter, the sexy powerhouse actress known best for her sultry character in Tyler Perry’s The Haves and Have Nots, plays a noticeable short role in the film but says she values the experience more than anything.

    “I wouldn’t take this time back at all. The talent here elevated my own and has done nothing but push me forward,” she said. “For me, it’s not always just about the work; it’s also about the connection.”

    Sumpter is now leveraging the moment to create her own opportunities, and she is currently starring and producing in her own untitled project.

    “Nowadays, you simply can’t wait for someone to give it to you,” she added. “You have to create opportunities for yourself when nobody else will.”

    Inside the September Issue, EBONY presents for the first time, The Eunice W. Johnson 2014 Best Dressed List, curated by fashion industry giants such as Andre Leon Tally, Francisco Costa and Audrey Smatlz. Celebrity winners include from Lupita Nyong’o, Solange Knowles, Pharrell and Kanye West. EBONY also presents its annual Beauty & Grooming MVP Awards, and finally readers will have the opportunity to meet the top 10 winners from the 2014 HBCU Campus Queens contest.

    For more, readers can find the September issue of EBONY on newsstands August 12.

    About EBONY:
    EBONY is the No. 1 national consumer magazine targeting the African-American community. As the longest-running Black publication, EBONY has the largest reach in the African-American print space, reaching nearly 11 million readers. EBONY features the best thinkers, trendsetters, hottest celebrities and next-generation leaders of African-Americans. EBONY ignites conversation, promotes empowerment and celebrates aspiration. Available nationwide on newsstands and the iPad, EBONY is the heart, the soul and the pulse of African-Americans.

    Follow us and tell us what’s on your mind: @EBONYMag on Twitter | EBONYMag on Facebook| EBONYMag.Tumblr.com on Tumblr| EBONY.com online

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    JET Magazine Launches Second Digital App

    Features include Web stars, Wiz Khalifa and a special serenade from Tank


    CHICAGO, (August 6, 2014) — In its second all-digital issue, JET magazine highlights the top Black movers and shakers who have gone from YouTube fame to big-time deals with networks, including HBO, BET, NBC and Comedy Central. The featured August cover stars, known affectionately as the “screen saviors,” include, Lena Waithe of “Dear White People fame,” Britain’s “Brothers with No Game,” Azie Mira Dungey from “Ask a Slave,” and the hilarious, envelope-pushing guys collectively known as “Dormtainment.”

    These content creators have taken it upon themselves to up the ante on mainstream television programs by featuring characters of color. They are proving that the stories of African-Americans are in demand and deserve to be front and center on the small and big screens.

    “The Internet has helped solve the problem of isolation,” Numa Perrier, co-founder of Black&Sexy TV, explains of the streaming-to-mainstreaming phenomenon. “Now it's abundantly clear that, not only is there an international audience, but they are willing to come enjoy our content and be part of our community.”

    Other featured celebrities include:

    · Wiz Khalifa, who shares about, fatherhood
    · Beauty secrets from Beyonce’s dance captains (video)

    Other topics explored in the issue include:

    · Recommendations for JET magazine’s resident therapist on how to restart your child’s brain after a summer of fun

    · A lifestyle video segment featuring smarter snacks for you and your young ones
    · A rundown of entrepreneurs under the age of 18 making waves in business
    JET is also unveiling the latest JET Beauty, who will be joined by an additional Beauty of the Week every Friday of the month.

    After launching its first digital magazine, the JET August issue is now available in Apple, Google Play and Amazon stores for download. The magazine has extended the free trial period until September 30. Tips on how to download the latest edition of the JET digital magazine can be found at jetmag.com/godigital. Content on the app is refreshed every Friday on the Weekly Tap In and Beauty of the Week pages.

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    About JET
    JET magazine, initially billed as “The Weekly Negro News Magazine,” is noted for its role in chronicling the early days of the Civil Rights movement. The publication is now in an all-digital format, and the new digital magazine app will leverage a variety of storytelling tactics and provide enhanced reader engagement. Today’s coverage includes current events, entertainment news, healthy living guidelines, and fashion and beauty tips. The magazine has been a trusted news source to Black Americans since 1951, bringing life to its popular catchphrase: “If it isn’t in JET, it didn’t happen.”

    Visit JETmag.com. “Like” GetJETMag on Facebook, Follow @GetJETMag on Twitter and Instagram


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    Michael Strahan Gets Personal with EBONY

    Exclusive Interview with the Former NFL Player, Now Daytime Talk Show Host


    CHICAGO (July 8, 2014) — Daytime television host Michael Strahan is the featured cover star on the August issue of EBONY magazine, giving readers the scoop on how he earned the title, “Mr. Entertainment.”

    Inside the issue, Strahan discusses his accomplishments as a football player and how he managed to transition from being at the top of the NFL to the co-host for both Live with Kelly and Michael and Good Morning America. He also sheds light on his bitter divorce from his ex-wife, Jean Muggli and how he opened his heart to love again with fiancée Nicole Murphy.

    “When you get divorced, people get upset, angry and say crazy things,” said Strahan regarding the ugly rumors that circulated during the end of his marriage to Muggli. “You have to take it. But it wasn’t easy. It was hard as hell.”

    Strahan credits the experience for giving him both strength and insight, which led to his current relationship with Murphy who was once married to actor Eddie Murphy.

    “For us it’s key that we maintain normalcy,” said Strahan. “We have a great life. People can buy into their own celebrity, and that’s a dangerous thing.”

    With a Super Bowl title under his belt, the number one entertainment talk show in the country and a NFL Hall of Fame induction coming this summer, Strahan is undoubtedly accomplished. When asked about the formula to his success, Strahan credits his father and his educational background as vital components.

    “My father is an amazing man,” added Strahan. “His whole philosophy was never ‘if’; it was always ‘when.’” He continued saying, “…Just the belief that somebody has in you can make a difference. Then you start saying, ‘when,’ not ‘if,’”

    Strahan also adds, “I went to Texas Southern, an HBCU. People can say what they want about those schools, but TSU taught me how to go from being a boy to a man.”

    Overall, however, Strahan admits he’s a simple guy.

    “I’m shy by nature,” he admits. “At heart, I just want to chill and have fun. I’ve had hard times, but I got through them.”

    In addition to Strahan’s feature, the August issue of EBONY is the Black Wealth issue and readers will find articles on how to create a financial plan for life’s unavoidable ups and downs; business advice from successful millionaires and how your credit could be affecting your dating life. Plus, see our tribute to the late Dr. Maya Angelou and Ruby Dee.

    Readers can find the August issue on newsstands beginning July 8.

    About EBONY:
    EBONY is the No. 1 national consumer magazine targeting the African-American community. As the longest-running Black publication, EBONY has the largest reach in the African-American print space, reaching nearly 11 million readers. EBONY features the best thinkers, trendsetters, hottest celebrities and next-generation leaders of African-Americans. EBONY ignites conversation, promotes empowerment and celebrates aspiration. Available nationwide on newsstands and the iPad, EBONY is the heart, the soul and the pulse of African-Americans.

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    Johnson Publishing Company Launches

    JET Magazine Digital App


    CHICAGO — Johnson Publishing Company (JPC), launched its new JET magazine app. The app replaces the printed edition of the magazine. The new digital magazine app will add fresh content on a weekly basis, every Friday. Readers will be entertained by 3D images, video interviews, enhanced digital maps, audio content and photography from the JPC archives.

    The app will be available on all tablet and mobile platforms. There will be a free introductory offer of 30 days for all subscribers.

    Actress Keke Palmer, the youngest talk show TV host of her new show “Just Keke,” is featured on the cover. Inside the issue, the actress discusses what it was like growing up on camera, her talk show idols, and dealing with social media drama.

    “This is such an honor,” said Keke Palmer. “JET Magazine was always on the table in my family’s home and it's great to be their first cover as they enter into the digital age.”

    “I am excited to carry the torch of the iconic JET brand into the digital realm,” said Kyra Kyles, the newly appointed editorial director of both JET magazine app and JETmag.com. “I am confident that we can keep the legacy of the magazine for generations.”

    The first JET magazine app will offer:

    · The first 360-degree view of the JET Beauty, with enhanced interaction with the model

    · An exclusive viewing of Black&Sexy TV’s RoomieLoverFriends debut episode of season three – available only to JET app subscribers until July 6

    · A chance to win a VIP experience to the largest house music event in the country – the 25th Annual Chosen Few Picnic (2015) in Chicago

    · Featured celebrities – Stacey Dash, Anthony Anderson, Trey Songz and Taraji P. Henson

    Instructions on how to download the new app can be found at JETMag.com and Ebony.com

    About JET
    JET magazine, initially billed as “The Weekly Negro News Magazine,” is noted for its role in chronicling the early days of the Civil Rights movement. The publication is now in an all-digital format, and the new digital magazine app will leverage a variety of storytelling tactics and provide enhanced reader engagement. Today’s coverage includes current events, entertainment news, healthy living guidelines, and fashion and beauty tips. The magazine has been a trusted news source to Black Americans since 1951, bringing life to its popular catchphrase: “If it isn’t in JET, it didn’t happen.”

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    Magic and Cookie Johnson on the Cover of EBONY

    Exclusive Interview as the Johnsons Talk Love, Business and Donald Sterling


    CHICAGO (June 10, 2014) — Power couple Magic and Cookie Johnson are on the cover of EBONY magazine as they exclusively discuss weathering the storm around the recent controversy concerning Donald Sterling, their business endeavors, how they keep their love going as empty nesters and living life with HIV.

    Following the heels of the media frenzy brought on by Sterling’s remarks, Magic discusses when he first caught wind of the racist remarks made by the owner of the NBA’s Los Angeles Clippers.

    “I’m glad that I was able to stand up for our people and be the voice,” said Magic regarding the situation.

    The Johnsons, who have been married for 22 years and dated 14 years prior, are also a couple with proven longevity. The two get intimate with EBONY on how they have made their love last.

    “We had our ups and downs,” admitted Cookie. “We had a period where we were about to separate. There was a point where I was home all the time; he was working,” she continued. “Sometimes you start growing apart a little because he’s seeing new adventurous stuff. He’s out in the world. He’s growing. [But] I’m stagnant.”

    However, Magic reveals that it was he who had to learn to make changes.

    “If I had kept going [that way] and the kids left, we would probably be divorced,” says Magic. “Now we’re so connected to each other, but it took that situation to bring us back.” He also added, “I’ve always told Cookie, ‘The only thing I wanted was to grow old with you.’ [Now] we just look at each other and say how blessed we are.”

    Meanwhile, Cookie has become a businesswoman herself with her own premium denim line, CJ, and Magic admits it made him look at her in a new light.

    “It’s so sexy,” he says with a wink. “It is beautiful to see her become this brand; this CEO.”

    “They’re really a power couple,” added Holly Robinson Peete, a longtime friend of both Magic and Cookie. “And yet you still see how in love they are. With grace, forgiveness and love, they represent everything that is real and authentic about Black love.”

    After being diagnosed with HIV in 1991, Magic became an advocate of HIV/AIDS prevention and research, and gives EBONY a heartfelt discussion on coping with and living a full life with the disease.

    “In my quiet moments is when I cry inside to say, ‘Thank you, God, that I’m here to see my kids, play with my grandkids,” Magic said tearfully.

    The article continues to discuss the Johnson’s sense of fashion, their children, and being empty-nesters.

    The July issue also celebrates “Sexy at Any Age” with the “50 Finest List,” – the sexiest African-Americans ranging from age 20 to 89. Celebrities such as Lupita Nyong’o, Kelly Rowland, Tika Sumpter, Pharrell, LL Cool J, Omari Hardwick, Dwayne Wade, Harry Belafonte Ruby Dee, Tristan Wilds and Trey Songz are a few of those featured on the list. Tasha Smith, Romany Malco, Hill Harper and Cynthia Bailey also dish on the subject of being comfortably sexy both on and off camera.

    For more, readers can find the July issue of EBONY on newsstands June 10.

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    About EBONY:
    EBONY is the No. 1 national consumer magazine targeting the African-American community. As the longest-running Black publication, EBONY has the largest reach in the African-American print space, reaching nearly 11 million readers. EBONY features the best thinkers, trendsetters, hottest celebrities and next-generation leaders of African-Americans. EBONY ignites conversation, promotes empowerment and celebrates aspiration. Available nationwide on newsstands and the iPad, EBONY is the heart, the soul and the pulse of African-Americans.

    Follow us and tell us what’s on your mind: @EBONYMag on Twitter | EBONYMag on Facebook| EBONYMag.Tumblr.com on Tumblr| EBONY.com online

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BLACK / AFRICAN AMERICAN ONLINE MAGAZINES
   

  1. AABoomers.com ...
    AABoomers.com, an on-line magazine for and about African American Baby Boomers, those born between 1946-1964.We publish monthly, and include article on Art&Culture, Book Reviews, Careers, Entrepreneurship, Finance, Health&Beauty, Lifestyles, Politics, Travel and Transitions. We also have Topic of the Day and Did you know.
    http://www.aaboomers.com/

  2. African American Black Magazine ...
    African American business magazine dedicated to educating and empowering Black professionals and small business owners.
    http://www.tnj.com/

  3. Africanmag.com ...
    Founded in Spring 2001, The AFRican is a bi-monthly publication primarily serving Africans from the Diaspora as well as non-Africans who have an interest in aspects of African life.
    http://www.africanmag.com/

  4. African Vibes Magazine ...
    A Magazine about Africa and Africans which seeks to add light to the darkness that has surrounded the image of Africa and Africans for decades. We feature Africans such as Samuel Eto'o, Angelique Kidjo, Ngo or Ngoli Okafor, James Makawa, Nnegest Likke, Archbishop Desmund Tutu and more.
    http://www.africanvibes.com/

  5. All Black Woman ...
    An online magazine and community dedicated to women of African descent. Working towards to unity and upliftment of black women by providing quality articles and material of depth and an open platform for networking. (Culture/History/Lifestyle/Debate/News/Beauty/Arts/& more...)
    http://www.allblackwoman.com/

  6. ATL'S Streettalk Newspaper ...
    Friends networking sharing photos finding friends blogs journals blogging journaling bands music rate pics join groups forums classifieds online social networking.
    http://www.myspace.com/STREETTALK411

  7. Bernard Bronner - Upscale ...
    Second-generation president and CEO of Bronner Bros. Inc.
    http://www.bernardbronner.com/

  8. Black and Single Magazine ...
    Black and Single magazine is your premier information source for the African American single.
    http://www.blackandsinglemag.com/

  9. Black Bride and Groom Magazine ...
    We research and recommend invaluable local information and services accommodating black brides and grooms across the United States.
    http://www.blackbrideandgroom.com/

  10. Black Enterprise ...
    Black Enterprise is the preeminent African American destination for information regarding entrepreneurship, technology, personal finance and other minority business issues.
    http://www.blackenterprise.com/

  11. Black E.O.E. Journal ...
    The Black Employment and Entrepreneur journal. Your career and business connection.
    http://www.blackeoejournal.com

  12. Black Expat Magazine ...
    Black Expat - The magazine for Black expatriates throughout the world. Living your life away from home.
    http://www.blackexpat.com/

  13. Black Girl ...
    Blackgirl focuses on promoting positive messages and imagery among African American teens.
    http://blackgirlmagazine.com/

  14. Black Hairstyles Magazine ...
    Free black hairstyles magazine available online. The best place to find do-it-yourself hairstyle instructions, hair care advice, product reviews and pictures of the latest hairstyles.
    http://blacknewsmagazine.com/

  15. Black & Single Magazine ...
    Black and Single magazine provides a forum to promote intelligent discussion and understanding among the single community.
    http://www.blackandsinglemag.com/

  16. Black Talent News ...
    Black Talent News’ mission is to provide — and act as a network for the exchange of — news, information, and education to both African Americans and people throughout the world to the Black Entertainment Experience.
    http://www.blacktalentnews.com/

  17. Brides Noir ...
    Brides Noir sets an unprecedented standard in magazine publishing for the bride and bridegroom of color.
    http://www.bridesnoir.com/

  18. Calabar Magazine ...
    Calabar magazine is a bi-monthly lifestyle publication about Brooklyn home décor, fashion, culture and the arts. It explores people and places of this unique borough through the lenses of some of its resident writers.
    http://www.calabarmag.com/

  19. Clutch Magazine ...
    Clutch Magazine positions itself as the source of fashion, beauty, and lifestyle information for women. We report on the changing roles and concerns of multicultural women in today's society.
    http://www.clutchmagazine.com/

  20. Courageous Woman Magazine ...
    Encouraging Women To overcome their Fears to Get What They Want in Life.
    http://www.courageouswomanmag.com/

  21. Da Ghetto Tymz Magazine ...
    Knowledge of Self Can Only Be Found Undaground.
    http://www.daghettotymz.com/

  22. Ebonyjet.com ...
    Ebonyjet.com is an online publication featuring news, analysis, commentary and opinion.
    http://www.ebonyjet.com/

  23. Emerging Minds ...
    Emerging Minds Online Magazine is a fresh and progressive approach to news, politics and African-American culture.
    http://emergingminds.org/

  24. Empowering Everyday Women Online Magazine ...
    EEW Magazine is the premier online magazine for African American Christian Women.
    http://www.eewmagazine.com/

  25. emPower magazine ...
    Updated every Wednesday, emPower (knowledge. vision. power.) is an online magazine that offers commentary and articles on news, politics, social consciousness and culture for the African-American market. Its mission is to not only talk about issues, but also encourage readers to take action.
    http://www.empowernewsmag.com/

  26. Essence ...
    Essence online magazine.
    http://www.essence.com/

  27. Exodus Newsmagazine ...
    Exodus Newsmagazine is an excellent news source for African Americans and other cultures wanting to learn the Black experience.
    http://www.exodusnews.com/

  28. Family Digest ...
    Black family best friend. Check out this fine online magazine, and when at your local drug store be sure to pick up a copy. It's worth it!
    http://www.familydigest.com/

  29. Go Black America ...
    Goblackamerica.com is an online magazine that is designed to engage and positively impact the lives of African-Americans by sharing information, knowledge and a wealth of resources that will enrichen ... and make life more enjoyable.
    http://www.goblackamerica.com/

  30. Going Natural; The Source For Pure Beauty ...
    Everything you need for Black natural hair care: Inspirational Hairstyles of Afros, Locs, Twists, Braids, cornrows, products, pictures, videos and more.
    http://going-natural.com/

  31. Gospel Today Online ...
    Welcome to the best magazines this side of heaven—your source for information, inspiration, and empowerment!
    http://www.gospeltoday.com/

  32. Gud Skunc Online Magazine ...
    GudSkunc.com is an online magazine based out of Sacramento, California. Our mission is to promote home grown underground culture by providing a medium for artistic expression, showcasing street art, fine art, performing arts, fashion, skateboarding, independent film, literature and style.
    http://www.gudskunc.com/

  33. Heart And Soul ...
    Features, soul TV, back issues, more!
    http://www.heartandsoul.com/

  34. Hope For Women Magazine ...
    he first Christian lifestyle magazine to celebrate the diversity of women of faith.
    http://hopeforwomenmag.com/

  35. Inside Black Hollywood Magazine ...
    Inside Black Hollywood Magazine is a weekly web based magazine that shines the spotlight on the African American entertainment industry.
    http://insideblackhollywood.com/

  36. IPOAA Magazine ...
    IPOAA stands for Indigenous People of Africa and America. The site covers history, current events, and includes commentary.
    http://ipoaa.com/

  37. Ishmael Reed's Konch ...
    Web site of Ishmael Reed Publications containing Konch and Vines literary magazines.
    http://www.ishmaelreedpub.com/

  38. JAMROCK Magazine ...
    In essence, JAMROCK Magazine is your guide to everything Caribbean – its music, fashion, lifestyle and people.
    http://jamrockmagazine.com/

  39. Lifestyles Magazine ...
    Information magazine.
    http://www.lifestylesmagazine.piczo.com

  40. LovinMySistas ...
    The Online Blog & Magazine for Today's Black Woman. Beautiful Black Women Pics, News, Issues, Hair and Celebrity Gossip. Picture Essence Meets Bossip!
    http://www.dawnali.com/lovinmysistas/

  41. Magsdirect.com ...
    Magazines targeted specifically for the African American Community.
    http://www.magsdirect.com/black-magazines.html

  42. Mahogany Baby ...
    This magazine is the premier Black parenting magazine. Like the African Proverb says, 'it takes a village to raise a child', and our child, Mahogany Baby, welcomes the readers' parenting expertise.
    http://www.mahoganybaby.com/

  43. Mahogany Blues Magazine ...
    Pooling the resources, talents and ideas of our community, in order to create a forum of expression where we can watch short films, learn about new artists, read inspirational words, and discuss pertinent matters.
    http://www.mahoganyblues.com/

  44. MakingOut ...
    MakingOut is a relationship and lifestyle magazine that entertains and informs through sensual photos and editorials.
    http://www.makingoutmag.com/

  45. Mega Diversities ...
    Mega Diversities is a bilingual Web Magazine (English and French) which showcase the contribution of prominent and talented people from different origins in many realms.
    http://www.megadiversities.com/

  46. MillennialEdge.net ...
    MillennialEdge.net is a Family E-Magazine that offers book reviews, product reviews, and artistic project reviews. In addition, there are articles on family budgeting, savings, and marriage with various announcements from site visitors. Announcements include wedding, sports tryouts, sports tournaments, business events, and marriage conferences.
    http://millennialedge.net/

  47. MyBrotha.COM ...
    Online Magazine For Black Men And The Black Community.
    http://www.mybrotha.com/

  48. Negro World ...
    A Magazine on-line devoted to the interests of Africans at home and abroad.
    http://www.negroworld.com/

  49. New African Soccer Magazine ...
    New African Soccer Magazine is the only monthly English language magazine and ezine dedicated to African football. We will give you all the news and views, twists and turns of the beautiful game from an African perspective.
    http://www.newafricansoccer.co.uk/

  50. NoticeMagazine.com ...
    Fashion magazine that caters towards African American women.
    http://www.noticemagazine.com/

  51. Nu-Soul Magazine ...
    Nu-Soul bridges the gap between the world of R&B/soul and the underground vibes of electronica, the common factor being a grounding in funk, soul and urban lifestyle.
    http://www.nu-soulmag.com/home.html

  52. Onyx Woman ...
    Onyx Woman - Online Edition - A hard copy career, entrepreneurial and financial development magazine exclusively for African-American women.
    http://www.onyxwoman.com/

  53. Pathfinders Travel ...
    Travel information for people of color.
    http://www.pathfinderstravel.com/

  54. Port of Harlem ...
    An inclusive, diverse, pan-African magazine that includes articles on the incarcerated, black memorabilia, history, travel, money and finance, cooking, parenting, health, poetry, and events.
    http://www.portofharlem.net/

  55. PreachingWoman.com ...
    PreachingWoman.com is the premiere online community for women in ministry.
    http://www.preachingwoman.com/

  56. Regal Magazine ...
    Regal Magazine is an online magazine dedicated to issues affecting African American men, ranging from politics, sports, health, relationships and entertainment news.
    http://www.regalmag.com/

  57. Shades Of Black Magazine ...
    Shades Of Black Magazine.
    http://members.tripod.com/shadesmagazine/

  58. Shades Of Romance Magazine ...
    An Online Magazine for readers and writers of Multi-cultural romance and fiction.
    http://www.sormag.com/

  59. Singersroom ...
    Singersroom is an online magazine that includes music videos, R&B music, music downloads, music interviews, music news, celebrity gossip, and fashion and lifestyle trends.
    http://www.singersroom.com/index.asp

  60. Social Sightings ...
    Social Sightings features the "A" list of African American Civic & Social Events/Parties, Fundraisers & Galas.
    http://socialsightings.com/

  61. Tacky Trashy Glamour ...
    Because being sophisticated and classy is so BORING!!! Because being elegant and dignified is soo OVERATED!!!
    http://www.tackytrashyglamour.com/

  62. Take Me Out To The Go-Go Magazine ...
    The official gateway to Washington D.C. urban culture.
    http://tmottgogo.com/

  63. The African ...
    The AFRican is a bi-monthly publication primarily serving Africans from the Diaspora as well as non-Africans who have an interest in aspects of African life.
    http://www.africanmag.com/

  64. The Black Socialite ...
    Covering The Lifestyles of Black Socialites.
    http://theblacksocialite.blogspot.com/

  65. The Couch Sessions ...
    The premier online destination for alternative urban music and culture. The online magazine, created in 2005, covers emerging artists in hip-hop, R&B, electronica, house, rock, and all things in between, and has attracted tech savvy and progressive music lovers from around the world.
    http://www.thecouchsessions.com/

  66. The Flow Online ...
    Promoting the arts of music, theater, cinema, comedy and dance influenced by Hip Hop and Urban Lifestyle by delivering electronic urban entertainment news and lifestyle products to urban and/or Hip Hop consumers around the world.
    http://www.theflowonline.com

  67. Turning Point Magazine ...
    Turning Point Communications provides info & resources for African American consumers & small business owners.
    http://www.turningpointmagazine.com/

  68. Urban Grapevine Magazine ...
    Urban Grapevine Magazine is a magazine for author by authors. We are the platform for maximum expsosure for the indie author and the spot where readers get the juice.
    http://www.urbangrapevinemag.com

  69. UrbanLyfeStyles Blog ...
    An ethnic publication serving the IE.
    http://urbanlyfestyles.blogspot.com/

  70. Urban Lyfestyles Magazine ...
    Urban Lyfestyles is the place to feature your stories, read other features or just to "Stay N THE KNO!
    http://urbanlyfestyles.ning.com/

  71. VIBE Magazine ...
    Online version of Vibe Magazine.
    http://www.vibe.com/

  72. Weddings Noir ...
    A magazine for the African American Bride. Started in New Orleans and now opening in Atlanta, Houston and several other cities.
    http://www.weddingsnoir.com/

  73. XXL ...
    XXL Magazine
    http://www.xxlmag.com/





















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