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The return of Ebony magazine: After a $14 million buyout, its new millennial owner talks a historic relaunch

1 month ago   |   By Business Insider

Summary List Placement In the early 1990s, Eden Bridgeman sat underneath a hairdryer in a Louisville beauty shop. She was just a child then and wanted to look pristine for Easter Sunday.
Next to the hairdryer stood a rack of magazines. Among them, a beautiful Black woman graced a glossy cover. She picked it up and flipped through its pages. This was one of her first encounters with Ebony magazine.
As a pastime, Bridgeman studied Ebony, as so many Black girls did in hair salons, in their grandmother's living room, and on their auntie's kitchen counter.
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