ISSUE: Fall, 2002

COVER: Judge Greg Mathis
COVER STORY: Judge Greg Mathis, Inner City Miracle, A Memoir
Other Articles:
  • NAACP Legal Defense and Educational Fund Wins Argument That Clears Way for Employment Discrimination Suit
  • New Poll Lists Powell As Most Popular African American Leader
  • Black Business Association’s Business-to-Business Exchange
  • Toyota Welcomes New Managing Counsel to Legal Department
  • Gadsen Area Teacher’s Travel Dreams Come True Via Toyota Sponsored Trip to Japan
  • Graduation Time for Many NFL Players
  • Civil Rights and NAACP Legend Roy Wilkins Honored on New Black Heritage Series Commemorative Stamp
  • Eddie George Adds Diploma to List of Honors
  • Medline Industries Inc. Partners with Jonah Hughes to Expand Company’s Diversity Initiative
  • McBride Research Laboratories Sustains a Decade of Leadership in The Ethnic Health and Beauthy Aids Industry:  Company Agency Creates Opportunities for Entrepreneurs
  • Clear Outlook: Study Finds No Link Between Weather and Stroke
  • New Study Finds African Americans Less Likely to Receive Stroke-Saving Surgery
  • Blacks Respond Better to Laser Treatment for Glaucoma
  • Gene Increases Cholesterol Levels in African-American Men
  • Anger-Prone People Are More Likely to Have Heart Attacks
  • Young Urban Black Men Respond Best To Culturally Acceptable High Blood Pressure Care
  • Media Briefing Series on Domestic Violence; Guns and Domestic Violence: A Lethal Combination
  • Decline in Death Rate From Cardiovascular Disease Slowing
  • AIDS Action: White House Gets It! Today’s Executive Order Will Alleviate Suffering in Developing Countries
  • California Leads Most States in New Report Card That Examines State Laws That Would Help Doctors & Nurses Aid Victims of Domestic Violence
  • New Melanoma Vaccines Do Well In Clinical Trials in US and Europe
  • A Hot Tip Destroys Heart Cells, Cures Atrial Fibrillation
  • American Heart Association Issues Aneurysm Recommendations
  • Graveyard Shift Is Hard on the Heart
  • Clotting Protein May Be Link To Heart Disease
  • Standing at the Scratch Line
  • Trophy Man; The Surprising Secrets of Black Women Who Marry Well
  • Carry Me Home; Birmingham Alabama – The Climactic Battle of the Civil Rights Revolution
  • Trouble Don’t Last
  • Echoes of a Distant Summer
  • Don’t Believe Your Lying Eyes; A Darryl Billups Mystery
  • Kaplan and Simon &Schuster Release Definitive Guide to Colleges for African American Students
  • Overcoming the Odds; Raising Academically Successful African American Young Women
  • Blackgammon
  • New Poetry Collection Captures The Experience of African American Women
  • Life Turns Man Up and Down