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Cover Story:
Mike Lewis:
Getting Big Things Done
At BMO Harris Bank
Publisher's Page:
The Angry White Man
Hebru Brantley
Blunted On Reality
Marcus Chapman: S.T.A.R.
-- Cocoa Brown

-- The Freshmen
-- Think PINK

-- Good Hair
Get Fit With The Pros!
Night Catches Us
  > A Stark Look:
Rahm --
The Neo-Mandarin
-- and His Crew
  > The Way I See It:
Osama, Obama
& Trump
David Mamet's Race
N'The Loop:
Places To Go,
Things To Do:
City & Suburbs
The Stars Speak
Brown Paper Dolls
On Q:
with "Cirque"-us Performer
Michelle Matlock
Press Play:
Julie Dexter:
Aesthetically Jazz
The Misrepresentation
of the Generation
Gap: Civil Rights,
Culture, and Resistance
The N'DIGO Foundation
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Published each year in March, N'DIGO Profiles is a special edition of N'DIGO that focuses on a specific theme. Whether the subject is successful African American men, "power couples" or intriguing entrepreneurs, N'DIGO Profiles represents an ongoing anthology of Black Chicago to the 1.4 million readers who enjoy the beautiful four-color journal. The highly visual publication is the largest African American-distributed publication in Chicago and a must-read for consumers who want a new view of contemporary culture.

N'DIGO Profiles, which debuted in 1995, is the perfect reference tool for consumers and educators, and has an unlimited shelf life. In 1999, 2001 and 2002, a companion publication called the Resource Guide was published exclusively for classroom usage by educators. The guide works in conjunction with N'DIGO Profiles to teach students via the real life-experiences of the high-achieving civic, corporate and business people highlighted in N'DIGO Profiles.

Over the past years, N'DIGO Profiles has been distributed in a weekly edition of N'DIGO, in copies of the Chicago Tribune, and distributed as a special supplement in Crain's Chicago Business.

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