Chimene Suleyman is a writer from London. She has written and spoken on race and identity for such publications as The Guardian, The Independent, The Pool, The Debrief, the BBC and many more. Her debut poetry collection, Outside Looking On, was a Guardian Best Book of 2014. She is an original contributor to The Good Immigrant (UK edition, 2016, Unbound). She currently lives in New York.
Nikesh Shukla is an author and diversity activist who conceived and edited The Good Immigrant, the acclaimed collection of essays about race and immigration by 21 writers of colour. He is the editor of Rife Magazine, an online magazine for young people. He has been shortlisted for the Liberty Human Rights Arts Award and named as one of Foreign Policy's 100 Global Thinkers 2016. He is also the author of several books for teenagers and adults.
For ages 16+
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