ISSUE:  Fall, 2001

COVER: “Lawd, Mah Man’s Leavin”
LEAD STORY : “Lawd, Mah Man’s Leavin”
Other Articles:
  • Toyota Announces $7.8 Billion Long-Term Diversity Commitment Innovative Program to Create Retail Career Opportunities
  • First Woman-And First African American-Chairs General Service Board of Alcoholics Anonymous
  • Lexus Makes History with New Dealership in Alabama
  • Eddie George Adds Diploma to List of Honors
  • Toyota Welcomes New Managing Counsel to Legal Department
  • NFL Minority Coaching Fellowship Totals 72 Participants; Jets’ Edwards First Head-Coach Grad of Program
  • Toyota Increases Sponsorship Commitment to Congressional Black Caucus Legislative Conference
  • NBNA Trailblazer Honoree Michael E. Bird
  • BNBA Keynote Speaker is Renowned Neurosurgeon Dr. Keith Black
  • Toyota Names Albert A. Smith Corporate Manager, eBusiness
  • Agreement Eases Early Education Credit Transfers
  • Middle and High School Students Can Expand Their Learning Horizons at UWM This Fall
  • Mass Layoffs in August 2001
  • DSO Announces Appointment of New Resident African American Composers
  • Senegalese Beauty Selected “Face of Africa 2001” Poised for International Fashion Stardom
  • Earvin “Magic” Johnson Was Honored With A Star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame
  • Luther Vandross Arrives At #6 on Billboard’s Album Chart With Critically Hailed New Album
  • Buckle Up! Toyota to Promote Seat Belt Usage Among African Americans
  • Guys In Suits
  • New Poetry Collection Captures the Experience of African American Women
  • West of Rehoboth
  • Blackgammon
  • “Anne Rice’s The Feast of All Saints”