A fraternity at Arizona State University that decided to observe Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Day with shameless racial stereotypes has had its charter suspended.
The group of students from Tau Kappa Epsilon held a party Sunday where they drank from watermelon cups, wore bandanas, and posed for pictures holding their crotches and forming gang signs with their hands.
White students posted their outrageous pictures on Instagram with hashtags such as #blackoutformlk and #ihaveadream.
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