Oklahoma is latest to address racism at fraternitiesAssociated Press.
In recent years, numerous other fraternities have been suspended and students expelled for racially tinged parties or behaviour, such as hanging nooses or shouting racial profanities.
"All too often the outcry has been, 'Look at those bad apples we need to root out'," said Nolan L Cabrera, a professor in the Center for the Study of Higher Education at the University of Arizona. "When in fact the conversation we need to have is, 'Why is this occurring on such a widespread level throughout the country?'"
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