"Mallory" wouldn't give her last name, but she showed up in front of former SAE member Parker Rice's family's home in an affluent Dallas suburb. She left a sign that read "racism is taught." Mallory said she has three bi-racial daughters.
"He was taught this somewhere, period. We're sick of it. We're not going to have this here. He's gonna know this is a big deal! This is not ok! He will see us," she said.
Parker Rice and Levi Pettit are two of the SAE's who were on that bus Saturday night. An OU coed recorded video and audio of SAE members singing terrible songs using the N-word and lyrics about hanging African Americans.
Both Rice and Pettit Tuesday offered long-written apologies. There will surely be more.