Daily VideoMarch 17, 2015
Youth are ‘confused, appalled’ by racist fraternity video
Young journalists from the Student Reporting Labs program interviewed their peers on their reactions to the video of University of Oklahoma students participating in a racist chant. What social responsibilities do young people have following the incident?
Interviews provided by: Ryan Pavey and Mielle Pena of Austin High School in Austin, Texas; Ayeisha Priester and Wilfredo Rivera of CPBN Media Lab in Hartford, Connecticut; James Hoang, Damari Lawrence and Ja’Lenn Polar of Media Enterprise Alliance in Oakland, California; Grace Burns, Erika Cervantes, Ronald Elliott, Mercedes Ezeji, Jessica Hernandez and Ashley White of Pflugerville High School in Pflugerville, Texas; and SRL Alumni Andrew Sokolowski of Blueband Films in Fraser, Michigan.
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