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The Good, the Black and the Boujee: The Story of Britain's New Black Middle Class
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The Good, the Black and the Boujee: The Story of Britain's New Black Middle Class (Hardback)

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The Good, the Black and the Boujee will be a memoir-led exploration of two of the most high-profile and vocal but unrecorded groups in the UK - the Black elite and the new, emerging Black middle class. Over the past twenty years the expansion of the middle classes has reinvented Britain's old model of class. In that time Black Britons have quietly risen to the pinnacle of some of the nation's most visible industries despite the dominant media narratives.

Philosophy, Psychology & Social SciencesPhilosophy TheorySocial & political philosophy Publisher: Little, Brown Book Group Publication Date: 01/06/2023 ISBN-13: 9780349702490  Details: Type: Hardback Format: Books
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Symeon Brown is a reporter and journalist at Channel 4 News and has been hailed as 'the future of journalism' and 'imaginative, original, thoughtful [...] a one off' by Jon Snow. His Guardian long read on the 'Wolves of Instagram' was nominated for a 2019 Orwell Prize and shortlisted for a 2018 British Journalism Award. He won a 2018 Medical Journalists' Association Award for his story on knife crime and the public health crisis facing the major trauma wards in London and was named as one of '30 to Watch' in MHP's Young Journalist Awards. Symeon has written for a range of publications including Vice, the Guardian, the Huffington Post, CNN, the New Statesman and The Voice. His essay on the commodification of culture in East London was published in Safe: On Black British Men Reclaiming Space (ed. Derek Owusu) by Trapeze in 2019. His first book is Get Rich or Lie Trying: Ambition & Deceit in the New Influencer Economy (Atlantic, 2022).

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