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Samuel Sey

January 22, 2019

Book Review: The Color of Compromise

Jemar Tisby’s first book does a masterful job describing how White Christians in America compromised on slavery and segregation against Black Americans. But in his attempt to expose the American Church’s supposed complicity in systemic racism today, Jemar Tisby reveals…
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Current Events
February 22, 2018

I Took A Trip To Wakanda (Black Panther Review)

I took a trip to Wakanda on Sunday night, and along the way, I stumbled into Ghana. Black Panther is the 18th film in the Marvel Cinematic Universe—and in this universe, all roads lead to Wakanda. In Wakanda, Marvel has…
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Current Events
February 20, 2018

Why Americans Own Guns

A student recorded the scene inside his classroom on Snapchat as Nikolas Cruz shot at students just meters away in a hallway at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School in Florida. The video is only 17 seconds long, but I counted…
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December 11, 2017

Are We Oppressed?

My parents come from a region in Ghana with white castles and white names that do not belong. My mother was born and raised in Anomabo and lived near Fort William, one of seventeen slave castles in the region. My…
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Current Events
October 23, 2017

Racial Reconciliation: Political or Theological

If racial reconciliation could be legislated by laws, Abraham Lincoln’s Emancipation Proclamation would have reconciled Americans in the 19th century. If racial reconciliation could be achieved by social justice, Martin Luther King Jr.’s dream would have become a reality in…
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Current EventsHistory
October 10, 2017

A Nigger and an Uncle Tom

Black people call me “Uncle Tom” far more than White people call me “nigger”. It’s not White people who use racial slurs against me, it’s Black people. They grumble about me because I am Black but think differently than they…
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Current Events
October 6, 2017

What do they stand for?

We know why Colin Kaepernick took a knee, but do we know what he stands for? I don’t think we do, and I’m not sure Kaepernick does either. Last year, when American soccer player Megan Rapinoe took a knee during…
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