Dreaming In A Nightmare Jeremiah Emmanuel

Dreaming in a Nightmare

Finding a Way Forward in a World That’s Holding You Back

Jeremiah Emmanuel


A moving and powerful account of the problems faced by a new generation, from crime to poverty to an increasingly divided society.

Jeremiah Emmanuel is 21 years and describes himself as an activist, an entrepreneur, a former deputy young mayor of Lambeth and a member of the UK Youth Parliament. This frank and inspiring memoir charts his path from childhood in a violent and crime-riddled neighbourhood in South London to what he has now become. He describes the people who helped him, the hurdles he had to face and how he got there in the end.

Exploring the countless challenges of growing up in an unequal society, Dreaming in a Nightmare speaks powerfully about the importance of listening and finding faith in yourself.

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