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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Remembering social activist Sidewalk Sam

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Bob Guillemin came to prominence at a time when a broken city desperately needed more magic.

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Ensuring privacy in the mailbox

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For some, the mailings sent out by health insurance companies after a doctor’s visit can be source of embarrassment – or of fear.

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Lack of Olympics debate is chilling

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If Boston 2024 organizers are so confident their vision is irresistible, why are they so stingy about letting people speak their minds?

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Saving opiate crisis’s tiniest victims

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If a dysfunctional Congress can’t overcome its rancor to help struggling babies, we are truly lost as a nation.