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Dante Ramos

Kenya 2009
Boston Globe

Dante Ramos is deputy editorial page editor of The Boston Globe. He writes often about economics, transportation, and other issues. Before coming to the Globe's editorial board in 2006, he worked for The Times-Picayune in New Orleans as deputy editorial page editor, as an editorial writer, and as a beat reporter covering education and local government. He has also written for The Economist, The New Republic, The New York Times Book Review, Salon.com, and other publications. He received a BA in government from Harvard College in 1993.


  • Where AIDS is a family affair

    Patients at Siaya District Hospital Kogelo, Kenya -- Accompanied by two HIV counselors, we left the Kogelo Dispensary, walked down a dirt road for a little while, and then veered off down...

  • Incubating trouble in Kenya

    Photo courtesy of Stanley Foundation THE FOUNTAIN of Knowledge at the University of Nairobi is a monument to the optimism of the 1960s, when Kenya was gaining independence from British rule and...

  • Kenya’s politics of impunity

    Photo courtesy of Stanley Foundation Kibera sign asking for peace. NAIROBI -- JUST A year and a half ago, Kenya seemed on the verge of all-engulfing violence, after a contested December 2007 presidential...

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