Following the leak of racist video featuring members of the University of Oklahoma's Sigma Alpha Epsilon chapter, hundreds of students convened on the school's campus this morning to protest. 

In addition, Mashable reports that students are asking each other to change their avatars across all social media accounts to the following: 

I urge everyone to make this your profile pic somewhere on social media pic.twitter.com/yTOFBGJN5w

— Hannah musselman (@Musselmandh) March 9, 2015

The video, which appeared yesterday, depicts a bus full of SAE members chanting "There will never be a n***** SAE; You can hang them from a tree, but they’ll never sign with me," with unrepentant glee.

SAE issued an apology, and national president Brad Cohen said the chapter has since been closed, adding that the members involved will be booted from the organization. He also noted that he hoped the university would take similar action. 

@koconews it means they can't operate. But we have now closed the chapter and will expel all those involved. I hope univ expels students?

— Brad Cohen (@SAE_ESA_brad) March 9, 2015

[via Mashable]