Columnist

Yvonne Abraham

Yvonne Abraham grew up in Sydney, Australia, and has been working at the Globe since 1999. She has covered national and local politics, immigration, and just about everything else over those years.

She has been a Metro columnist since 2007. She writes about local and national politics, the people who make Boston Boston, the ways in which big, abstract decisions affect the lives of actual people (especially women), and whatever else catches her eye.

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Yvonne Abraham

The Rose Kennedy green ribbon of hope

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This slice that sutured together Boston after the Big Dig turns 10 this year, a worthy celebration in this season of drudgery and dank idiocy.

Yvonne Abraham

Miss your government yet?

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Could absence make the heart grow fonder (of the federal government) when it comes to this idiotic shutdown?

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People have problems with Warren. It’s not about her gender, of course

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There seem to be so many reasons to write the senator off. None of them would have anything to do with her being a woman. Right?

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At a Chelsea church in age of Trump, story of Mary and Joseph hits home

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For worshipers at San Lucas Episcopal Church in Chelsea, President Trump’s immigration policies have been just as painful as they feared.