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JET Celebrating 65 Years of Black News and Views

Founded in 1951, JET has covered everything from Emmet Till to President Barack Obama, along with reader favorites such as Beauty of the Week and the Love section. 194 more words

Little Known Black History Fact: John H. Johnson

The late John H. Johnson was the founder of the Johnson Publishing Company, the largest Black-owned firm of its kind in the United States. Johnson, who dabbled in other ventures beyond publications, is also the first African-American to land on the Forbes 400 list. 468 more words

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Little Known Black History Fact: John H. Johnson

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The late John H. Johnson was the founder of the Johnson Publishing Company, the largest Black-owned firm of its kind in the United States. Johnson, who dabbled in other ventures beyond publications, is also the first African-American to land on the Forbes 400 list. 464 more words

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Johnson Publishing CEO talks Ebony & Jet Magazine sale with Roland Martin

Desiree Rogers, the CEO of Johnson Publishing who rarely grants interviews, spoke exclusively with Roland Martin on NewsOne Now about the historic sale of two of Black America’s most important publications. 377 more words

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Johnson Publishing CEO Talks Ebony & Jet Magazine Sale With Roland Martin

Desiree Rogers, the CEO of Johnson Publishing who rarely grants interviews, spoke exclusively with Roland Martin on NewsOne Now about the historic sale of two of Black America’s most important publications. 377 more words

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Johnson Publishing CEO Talks Ebony & Jet Magazine Sale With Roland Martin

Desiree Rogers, the CEO of Johnson Publishing who rarely grants interviews, spoke exclusively with Roland Martin on NewsOne Now about the historic sale of two of Black America’s most important publications. 377 more words

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Johnson Publishing CEO Talks Ebony & Jet Magazine Sale With Roland Martin

Desiree Rogers, the CEO of Johnson Publishing who rarely grants interviews, spoke exclusively with Roland Martin on NewsOne Now about the historic sale of two of Black America’s most important publications. 377 more words

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