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University of Oklahoma / Frat Racist Video / Weghorst Interview / A Discussion #1080091

CNN Evening News for Tuesday, Mar 10, 2015
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(Studio: Anderson Cooper) The expulsion of two University of Oklahoma fraternity members who led the racist chants on the SAE frat bus reported; Parker Rice's apology quoted.

(Norman, Oklahoma: Miguel Marquez) What is happening at the University of Oklahoma after the racism incident featured; scenes shown from outside the SAE house. [OU football recruit Jean DELANCE@, OU/SAE alumnus Bob BURNHAM@- react to the bus incident.] The likelihood of more expulsions or disciplinary actions discussed.

(Studio: Anderson Cooper) Video of the SAE housemother singing the "n" word & times shown. Live interview held with SAE director Brandon Weghorst about the incident. [From Chicago, WEGHORSS - comments on the expulsions, the racist chant, the fratrnity view of the chant, the issue of black members of SAE, the role of the national organization.]

(Studio: Anderson Cooper) Live discussion held with Delta State University SAE president Mikel Sykes@ & OU Unheard co-founder Naomi Kadira@ about the chant incident. [From Mississippi, SYKES - talks about diversity in SAE at his school.] [From Norman, KADIRA - offers views on what should happen: a learning & teaching moment.]

Cooper, Anderson;
Marquez, Miguel

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