US fraternity closes after students caught on camera chanting a racist song

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A US college fraternity has been closed down after video footage emerged of a group of students chanting what appeared to be a racist song on a train.

The Sigma Alpha Epsilon (SAE) national headquarters closed its Oklahoma University (OU) branch indefinitely after people were seen in the video chanting "there will never be a n----r at SAE".

According to CNN, all members of the OU branch have been suspended and SAE has threatened to remove those responsible from the fraternity for life.

Warning: Video contains offensive language

Clearly in that video, that is nothing new. That is nothing that just sparks up overnight. That is a chant that was well known, well versed, and seemed to be okay with everybody that was involved.

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