Chimene Suleyman

Chimene Suleyman is a writer from London who is now based in New York. As well as contributing to The Good Immigrant she has written on race politics for The IndependentInternational Business Times, The Debrief, The Pool, and Media Diversified. TV and radio appearances include BBC Newsnight, BBC, and LBC. Her poetry collection, Outside Looking On, was included in the Guardian’s Best Books of 2014 list.


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What Makes an Immigrant Good?

Simon Lee reviews "The Good Immigrant: 26 Writers Reflect on America," which offers a range of perspectives on assimilation, pluralism, and Othering....

What Makes an Immigrant Good?


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