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Kevin Jackson is an assistant producer of audio and video and former O’Hare fellow at America.

FaithLent Reflections
Kevin Jackson
A Reflection for Wednesday of Holy Week, by Kevin Jackson
FaithFaith in Focus
Kevin JacksonDeniz Demirer
St. Adalbert’s-O.L.B.S. was the first Black Catholic parish in Cleveland, and we drove eight hours from New York City to Fairfax to make a short documentary on their history and rootedness. That was “the plan.”
Arts & CultureMusic
Kevin Jackson
Brandi Carlile's latest album shows the singer's keen awareness of the radical nature of tenderness.
Politics & SocietyIdeas
Kevin Jackson
Kyrie Irving had no chance to convince us that he was a neutral party in the vaccine debate because the style of his speech would not allow it.
Tiger Woods, of the United States, waits to hit on the 13th hole during the first round of the US Open Golf Championship, Thursday, Sept. 17, 2020, in Mamaroneck, N.Y. (AP Photo/Charles Krupa)
Arts & CultureTelevision
Kevin Jackson
HBO’s ‘Tiger’ shows that Tiger Woods’s development as a human being came second to his golf.
Politics & SocietyShort Take
Kevin Jackson
And to those still tempted to go to Washington, D.C.: Please stay home.
Arts & CultureIdeas
Kevin Jackson
Jason Isbell’s music dares us to practice intentional, engaged listening precisely because that is what Isbell himself is bringing to it.
Arts & CultureTelevision
Kevin Jackson
The first thing I noticed when tuning into “The Last Dance” were Michael Jordan’s eyes. The second was his glass of tequila.
Politics & SocietyFeatures
Kevin Jackson
A changing legal landscape in college sports has renewed the discussion of what is “fair” for college athletes when it comes to compensation.
The most trusted institution in the United States, keeping watch in front of the least trusted institution. (iStock/inhauscreative)
Politics & SocietyDispatches
Kevin Jackson
According to a new survey, a large share of U.S. Catholics still have doubts about the ability of religious leaders to admit and take responsibility for mistakes. But no one fares worse than members of Congress in terms of public trust.