Columnist

Yvonne Abraham

A columnist for the Metro section, Abraham’s work appears on Thursdays and Sundays. She previously covered state and national politics, and immigration at the Globe. She came to the paper in 1998 from the Boston Phoenix.

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A school’s pride, punishment

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This is what great educators want, what we all want: Kids who feel passionately about what is wrong with the world.

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Sandy Hook promises unkept

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Two years after the massacre of 20 first-graders and six adults at Sandy Hook, everything is pretty much the same.

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A chance missed to help those in need

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The Long Island Bridge’s closure is forcing the city to confront the limits of its compassion.

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Rolling Stone’s UVA story a disaster for all

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Emboldened by this possibly fabricated story of rape, the chorus of people who believe women routinely make these things up will grow louder.