Gary Younge is a former Guardian editor-at-large and US correspondent June 2020 The Guardian's Audio Long Reads From the archives – Gary Younge: Farewell to America – podcast Gary lived in Hertfordshire with his Barbadian parents until going to Sudan to teach English in a UN Eritrean refugee school when he was 17. He also writes a monthly column, Beneath the Radar, for the Nation magazine and is the Alfred Knobler Fellow for The Nation Institute. Award-winning author, broadcaster and columnist Gary Younge is joining The University of Manchester, after being appointed as a Professor of Sociology in the School of Social Sciences. The health, social and economic impact of coronavirus, or COVID-19, cannot be understated. He also writes a monthly column, Beneath the Radar, for the Nation magazine and is the Alfred Knobler Fellow for The Nation Institute. Gary Younge is an author, broadcaster and editor-at-large for The Guardian, based in London. Gary Younge is an author, broadcaster and editor-at-large for The Guardian, based in London. We would like to show you a description here but the site won’t allow us. Gary Younge: What, precisely, are we making noise for? | Free to read Today’s social movements, from #ClapForCarers to #MeToo, are often a meme in pursuit of a meaning Gary Younge At Headway, we understand that the ever-changing environment, in which social change is happening at an unprecedented pace, is causing significant concern to individuals and families affected by brain injury.