Associate Editor and Columnist

Renée Graham

Renée Graham is a columnist for the Globe’s op-ed page. She started as a general assignment reporter, and then moved to features and arts covering music, film, and television as a writer and critic. She also wrote a weekly pop culture column.

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With racism in America, there’s never a teachable moment

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We never learn.

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The immorality of Mike Pence

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He uses God as his wingman to promote his boss’s odious policies that harm and punish vulnerable populations.

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Everyone knew about Jeffrey Epstein. Nobody cared

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Being a serial sexual abuser takes more than a predilection for predation. It requires enablers, too.

Book Review

In Pulitzer-winner Colson Whitehead’s ‘The Nickel Boys,’ a childhood lost to Jim Crow

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The author has again found dark inspiration in an overlooked corner of our nation’s history.