ISSUE:  Winter, 2003

COVER:  Wheaties Honors Track Star Jesse Owens
LEAD STORY : Wheaties Honors Track Star Jesse Owens
Other Articles:
  • NBNA Members Features in Aetna African American History Calendar
  • National Black Nurses Association Hosts 15th Annual NBNA Day on Capitol Hill
  • Toyota and Young Black Scholars Celebrate African American Fire Fighters
  • Toyota Motor Manufacturing North America’s 13th Annual Opportunity Exchange
  • Novelist, Folklorist and Anthropologist Features on US Postage Stamp
  • Anne Rebecca Elliot, M.Div.PhD.
  • Los Angeles Urban League Automotive Training Center Holds Winter Graduation
  • AHBAI and Eckerd Corporation Donate to United Negro College Fund
  • Gene Increases Cholesterol Levels IN African-American Men
  • Blacks Respond Better to Laser Treatment for Glaucoma, People of African Descent Are At Greater Risk for Glaucoma
  • Guns and Domestic Violence: A Lethal Combination
  • Young Urban Black Men Respond Best to Culturally Acceptable High Blood Pressure Care
  • New Study Finds African Americans Less Likely To Receive Stroke-Saving Surgery
  • Giving Clot Busters In Arteries Has Some Benefits
  • Mulatto America: At the Crossroads of Black and White Culture: A Social History
  • How Religion Inspired the American Civil Rights Movement and Led to the Greatest Social Upheaval of Recent Times
  • Brown Sugar Soul Food Desserts from Family and Friends
  • Introducing the New Literary Soul Writer for Men of Color
  • Voices in Our Blood; America’s Best on the Civil Rights Movement
  • Zora Neale Hurston; A Life In Letters
  • Judge Greg Mathis; Inner City Miracle, A Memoir
  • No More Mr. Nice Guy
  • A Beautiful Mind on Death Row
  • Standing at the Scratching Line
  • Kaplan and Simon & Schuster Release Definitive Guide to Colleges for African American Students
  • Still I Rise
  • The Fisher King
  • Black Is a Color: African American Art
  • Works of Six African Artists Living in the Diaspora At the National Museum of African Art
  • Rare Pottery Acquired For the Bayou Bend Collection on View In The Wilson Potters: An African American Enterprise in 19th Century Texas At the Museum of Fine Arts, Houston
  • African American Artists, 1929-1945
  • Coca-Cola Presents The Essence Music Festival Set for New Orleans Through 2006
  • Showtime Announces Winner and Finalists for Black Filmmaker Showcase Edford Banuel to Receive $30,000 Grant For Future Short To Premiere On Showtime
  • Destiny’s Child, Spike Lee, Pam Grier Take Center Stage at Turner Broadcasting’s 11th Annual Trumpet Awards
  • Showtime Celebrates Black History Month With Two High-Profile Original Movies and its Annual Black Filmmaker Showcase