Robin Givhan

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Robin Givhan: Tulsa and the cleansing necessity of guilt

President Joe Biden came to Tulsa, Oklahoma, to fill the silence and speak to our guilt. He came to give a full account of America’s story and to remind us that we have to contend with every piece of it; we can’t lay claim to only the beautiful parts. “We can’t just choose to learn what we want to know and not what we should know,” he said during his speech June 1.
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Robin Givhan: In trial testimony, Chauvin is cast beyond the blue wall

The sergeants and the lieutenant, the inspector and the chief all testified with near antiseptic dispassion as they assessed the actions of former Minneapolis police officer Derek Chauvin. They didn’t hem and haw as if they were conflicted about their damning testimony and betrayed no hint of empathy born from the shared stresses and dangers of police work.
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Media People: Robin Givhan of The Washington Post

In a recent column paying tribute to the late civil rights activist Vernon Jordan, The Washington Post’s Robin Givhan revealed that he once called her many years ago to express his gratitude for an item she penned about his “pitch-perfect” style of Turnbull & Asser shirts, Charvet ties and fedoras — an aesthetic that “drew upon the collage of influences that make this country exceptional but that connect us on common ground.”
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On Fashion Criticism: Robin Givhan and Elise By Olsen In Conversation

Robin Givhan is the senior critic-at-large for The Washington Post, and has contributed to several important magazines, in print and online, amongst them The Daily Beast, Newsweek, Vogue, Harper’s Bazaar, and Essence. She has also contributed to many books on fashion and released The Battle of Versailles: The Night American Fashion Stumbled Into The Spotlight And Made History in 2016 and Everyday Beauty in 2020. Givhan is the only fashion writer who has been awarded a Pulitzer Prize for Criticism.