Chicago Fire forward C.J Sapong shares experience of social inequality in the U.S

Fri, 5 Jun 2020 Source: Ghana Soccernet

U.S born Ghanaian footballer C.J Sapong has joined a tall list of celebrities fighting against social injustice and racism in America.

The Chicago Fire forward opened up on his personal experiences with racism and has called on people of colour to learn, listen and take action against inequality.

This comes after protest across America following the killing of a black man (George Floyd) by a police officer.

In an Instagram chat with former teammate and current Colorado Rapids forward Kei Kamara, the pair discussed a wide-range of issues on being black in America.

Last night, Sapong appeared on ESPN's Banter with Taylor Twellman alongside FC Dallas' Reggie Cannon and North Carolina Courage's World Cup winner Jessica McDonald for a roundtable conversation on racism.

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Source: Ghana Soccernet
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