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Smith-Wilson is a board member and the immediate past Chair of the Board of Harlem United and has previously served on the board of the PRSA Foundation and as the Diversity & Inclusion columnist for PRWeek.
Theologians such as Russell Moore and Tim Keller, columnists such as Pete Wehner and David Brooks and the conservative author Yuval Levin meet monthly, usually to discuss books about weighty matters of faith.
Popular columnist and cookbook author Alison Roman and several other prominent food figures have faced accusations of appropriating ingredients from different cultures, thus divorcing them from their historical significance.
We couldn’t help but wonder — to quote another famed gossip columnist-turned-narrator — if the clues really added up.
Last year, Meghan McCain, the television personality and conservative columnist, became one of those lucky few when she had her first child, a girl she named Liberty, in September.
Geybulla is a columnist and writer, with a special focus on digital authoritarianism and its implications on human rights and press freedom in Azerbaijan.
He recently retired after 45 years as a print reporter and columnist for local and national publications, and, more recently, as a senior producer at NBC7.
Outlook, the Sunday opinion section, also does an annual YIP, inviting several of its writers and columnists “to think about the big stories, themes and questions that we’ll look back on this time next December.”
Chandra Bozelko is a syndicated columnist, a facilitator at the OpEd Project, and a contributor to the Palgrave Handbook of Critical Menstrual Studies.
He previously spent 10 years working in Las Vegas as a reporter, columnist and editor leading teams covering state and federal policy and politics.

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