A Black British exposé of Britain’s most prestigious school and the rotten system it heads

As it looks behind the beautifully imposing stone façades of the institution and dares to probe the heart of Britishness, One of Them is at once critical and lyrical. From the Etonian style of behind-your-back racism and the bloody secrets of its prestigious halls, to the unapologetic bigotry of the National Front and dangerous rhetoric of high-profile politicians, Okwonga’s unveils the multiple faces of British racism and traces how they are intricately linked in a system rigged for Eton’s white, upper-class graduates.