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University of Oklahoma / Frat Racist Video / A Discussion #1079972

CNN Evening News for Monday, Mar 09, 2015
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(Studio: Anderson Cooper) The 9-second video of University of Oklahoma SAE fraternity members chanting racist songs shown. [University president David BOREN@- speaks out.]

(Norman, Oklahoma: Alina Machado) The shutdown of the SAE fraternity after the video was posted featured; scenes shown of the chanting on the party bus & from outside the frat house. [Unheard co-director Chelsea DAVIS@, SAE spokesman Brandon WEGHORST@, BOREN - comment on the frat behavior.]

(Studio: Anderson Cooper) Live discussion held with Chelsea Davis, CNN Sunny Hostin & "New York Times" columnist Charles Blow about the fraternity incident; inset video shown. [DAVIS - says it is a cultural thing at the University.] [HOSTIN - expresses surprise.] [BLOW - says data shows racial bias among the older & young adults growing up in a segregated educational generation.]

Cooper, Anderson;
Machado, Alina

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