Julia Woodlands Baird

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Julia Woodlands Baird is an Australian journalist, broadcaster and author. She contributes to The New York Times and The Sydney Morning Herald and is a regular host of The Drum, a television news review program on the Australian Broadcasting Corporation (ABC). Her non-fiction work includes a bestselling memoir and a biography on Queen Victoria.

Since 2016, Baird has prepared several in-depth reports on domestic violence in Australia, especially in its connection with religious communities. Her joint reporting for the "Religion and domestic violence investigation" earned four Walkley Our Watch awards, including the Gold Our Watch, in 2018. Baird's reporting on religious minority groups includes an ongoing investigation into the experience of a middle eastern Christian family as they grieve the unexplained death of their daughter at a childcare facility.

Baird openly identifies as a Christian.[1][2][3][4]

Feminist Clementine Ford had sought to avoid disclosing the gender of her baby.[5][6] In 2016 Baird disclosed that Ford had given birth to a boy.[7][8]

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