Renée Graham

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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How Biden will govern and what he will prioritize can be read in those he chooses to serve with him. (Photo: Anthony Souffle/Zuma Press/Corbis) Views
Wednesday, November 25, 2020
Rahm Emanuel Doesn’t Deserve a Job in Biden’s Administration
Come January, Joe Biden will become the 46th president of the United States because Black people revived his flagging campaign with a decisive victory in the South Carolina primary. Then, by a larger percentage than any other group, they helped put him in the White House. This makes any thought of...
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Biden’s imprimatur matters. America’s hit-and-run tendency — walking away from inflicted traumas without accountability or recompense — always fails to mend this tattered nation. (Photo: Drew Angerer/Getty Images)o Views
Friday, November 20, 2020
If Biden Wants Unity, He Must First Hold Trump Accountable
As a candidate, Joe Biden was unequivocal: If elected president, he would not spur the Justice Department to investigate his predecessor. “I would not dictate who should be prosecuted or who should be exonerated. That’s not the role of the president of the United States,” Biden said last year...
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