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Gary Younge (born 1969) is a British journalist, author and broadcaster.
In the late 1980s he attended Heriot Watt University in Edinburgh where he studied Languages  and was elected Vice President (Welfare) of the Student Association, a paid sabbatical post he held for a year.  In 2007 he was awarded an Honorary Degree by Heriot-Watt University. 
Younge is a feature writer and columnist for The Guardian. He writes a monthly column for The Nation, "Beneath the Radar". His book No Place Like Home, in which he retraced the route of the civil rights Freedom Riders, was shortlisted for the Guardian First Book Award in 1999.
In 2011, he moved to Chicago, where he lived with his wife Tara Mack and his son, Osceola, until his return to Britain in 2015. He intends to move to Hackney. His brother Pat Younge is chief creative officer of BBC Vision.
- Gary Younge on himself
- Media Guardian 100 2010: 98. Pat Younge, The Guardian, 12 July 2010.
- The English Question Gordon Marsden (Editor), Tony Wright (Editor), Robert Hazell, Ian McLean, Austin Mitchell, Mary J. Hickman, Gary Younge (Fabian Society, 2000, ISBN 0-716360020); (Manchester University Press, annotated edition 3 April 2006, ISBN 978-0719073694)
- No Place Like Home: A Black Briton's Journey Through the American South (Picador, 1999, ISBN 978-0330369800); (Picador, 2000, ISBN 978-0330369817), OCLC 44485209; (University Press of Mississippi, 2002, ISBN 978-1578064885, OCLC 49226176
- Stranger in a Strange Land: Encounters in the Disunited States (The New Press, 2006, ISBN 978-1595580689), OCLC 62421357
- Who Are We – And Should It Matter in the 21st Century? (Viking, 2010, ISBN 978-0670917037), OCLC 500783871
- The Speech: The Story Behind Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.’s Dream (Haymarket, August 2013, ISBN 978-1608463220)
- Official website
- Column archive at The Guardian
- Column archive at The Nation
- Gary Younge on Twitter
- Appearances on C-SPAN
- Works by or about Gary Younge in libraries (WorldCat catalog)
- Article archive at Journalisted
- Gary Younge at DMOZ