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Commentary

New England Public Media airs and publishes commentaries from local people during Morning Edition and All Things Considered. We look for contributors in the region whose views will be of continuing interest and value to New England Public Media’s listeners — from the Berkshires to Worcester, Hartford to Brattleboro, and all points between.

Experts in a particular field who have an informed perspective on events in the news — whether local, national or international — are wanted. We also seek people with knowledge of local civics, culture and history, with an eye on little-known but fascinating elements of the regional experience. And we seek non-experts who by virtue of their thoughtfulness broaden or deepen our understanding of the world we live in.

Please email submissions to our commentary editor at commentaries@nepm.org.

  • Catherine Violet Hubbard was one of the 26 victims of the Sandy Hook shooting.
    Jenny Hubbard
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    Courtesy
    A judge in Connecticut on Thursday ordered conspiracy theorist Alex Jones to pay $500 million to relatives of Sandy Hook Elementary School shooting victims, on top of a previous award of almost $1 billion. Commentator Jenny Hubbard lost her 6-year-old daughter Catherine in the tragedy. Hubbard says those parents who sued Jones have her unwavering support — but she chose not to join them in the lawsuit.
  • Grace Segran with her two grandchildren, Lily and Ella.
    Jesse Costa
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    WBUR
    Grace Segran has been writing about her terminal cancer diagnosis for Cognoscenti since the end of 2021. In this piece, produced for the radio, Grace shares how she's choosing to spend the time she has left.