Tag Archives: Eunice Johnson

Black Enterprise pays final tribute to 10 great leaders in business, civil rights, politics and philanthropy whose passing made global news in 2010. While we mourned their departure in 2010, we also pay tribute to their historic achievements and remain grateful for the difference their contributions will continue to make in 2011 and beyond. --Alfred Edmond Jr.

In Memoriam: 10 Great Leaders Who Transitioned in 2010

Black Enterprise pays final tribute to historic difference-makers in business, civil rights, politics and philanthropy

Black Enterprise pays final tribute to 10 great leaders in business, civil rights, politics and…

By Alfred Edmond, Jr.

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Eunice Johnson, Co-founder of Ebony Magazine

Sixty-five years after the inception of the world’s largest black-owned publishing empire, Eunice Johnson, co-founder…

By Marcia Wade Talbert

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Met Museum Pays Tribute to Eunice Johnson

Fashion icon feted for philanthropy and business acumen

On Monday some of the biggest names in fashion, publishing, and politics paid tribute to…

By Deborah Creighton Skinner

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John H. Johnson: The Icon

The founder of one of America's largest black business empires used his wealth and power to raise the social and economic status of African Americans

John H. Johnson controlled one of the nation’s largest black business empires and used his…

By Derek T. Dingle

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