Sean Okundaye
Sean Okundaye is a South London born and bred student and reads English Literature at the University of Warwick, where he spends a large amount of time lamenting the price of the library café sandwiches, pulling all-nighters and cringing over the events of the night before. When not falling asleep over Homer, he also spends his time writing for the Warwick University student newspaper The Boar, as well as prose and poetry from which he draws inspiration from his literary idols Ben Okri and Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie.

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The Unsurprising Case of Racial Abuse by the Police

(0) Comments | Posted 12 April 2012 | (10:57)

The audio footage released by the media, of a young black man being subjected to allegedly racist abuse at the hands of the police, is an occurrence that not many members of ethnic minorities will find shocking. Disgusting, abhorrent and repulsive? Yes, but shocking? Not remotely. Indeed having listened to...

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