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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Renée Graham

Celebrating Juneteenth — our true independence day

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We don’t do enough to observe the liberation of this nation’s enslaved people — maybe because we’re ashamed of the festering stain of racism.

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Justice belatedly catches up with Linda Fairstein

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The prosecutor of the “Central Park Five” is finally starting to pay for her crime.

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A ‘parade’ of straight white male fragility

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It might seem like a dumb joke. But it’s more insidious than funny.

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The Chernobyl president

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It’s not just Trump’s ability to explode and contaminate everything in his vicinity. It’s the mendacity that fills his lungs.