University of Oklahoma athletes led a march and stood in silence two days after OU’s Sigma Alpha Epsilon fraternity was banned from campus because of members chanting racial slurs. An OU women’s soccer player and two executive members of OU Unheard, a group of black students who promote change, describe their reactions to the video. (By Arianna Pickard)


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