ISSUE:  Spring, 2000

COVER:  Dorothy Dandridge
LEAD STORY : Everything and Nothing; The Dorothy Dandridge Tragedy
Other Articles:
  • Sprint And Afronet Team To Deliver Afronet Internet Services on Sprint PCS Wireless Web
  • Howard Johnson Hotels and Inns
  • Renaissance Woman Maya Angelou Speaks at UWM
  • National Black Nurses Association Website at
  • Carl Ware Named Coach to Coca-Cola Consolidated Board
  • RGII’s CEO Honored by the National Federation of Black Women Business Owners and Keynote Speaker Cicily Tyson
  • Unsung Hero For Civil Rights and Public Service Honored on Latest Black Heritage Series Stamp
  • Lexus Announces Four New Dealerships for Four New Diversity Dealers
  • AFC Enterprises Endorses Cultural Initiative In Atlanta to Sydney 2000 Project
  • African-Americans Feel “Better Off” Economically Versus A Year Ago
  • Sprint and Congress Of National Black Churches Partner on Technology Project
  • Urban League of Greater Cincinatti Announces Scholarship and Intern Program for Minority Students
  • Anger-Prone People Are More Likely To Have Heart Attacks
  • Blacks Respond Better to Laser Treatment for Glaucoma, People of African Descent Are At Greater Risk for Glaucoma
  • Tobacco Still A Major Problem Among US Teens and Around the Globe
  • Genetic Variants Linked to Higher Risk Of High Blood Pressure in African Americans
  • Physicians Ignoring Government Guidelines in Treating Blacks & Elderly Hypertensives, New Study Says
  • New Study Finds African Americans Less Likely to Receive Stroke-Saving Surgery
  • Whatever Happened to Daddy’s Little Girl?  The Impact of Fatherlessness on Black Women
  • One Woman Short
  • Sorority Sisters
  • Ordinary Ressurections, Children in the Years of Hope
  • A Provocative Look At Race and Western Culture Masks Blackness, Race & The Imagination
  • African and African-American Artists Featured At National Museum of African Art
  • Perfect Documents: Walker Evans and African Art, 1935