A UC Irvine fraternity is trying to distance itself from a member-produced video featuring a man in blackface.
But UCI's Black Student Union says it's an example of racial insensitivity that is common on campus.
This month, members of Lambda Theta Delta, a historically Asian-American fraternity, filmed four students lip-syncing to the Justin Timberlake and Jay-Z song "Suit and Tie."
The fraternity member portraying Jay-Z wears blackface throughout.
OC Weekly first reported on the incident.
The video had been uploaded to the fraternity's YouTube page, where UCI students pointed out this week there was a second video featuring blackface.
"First of all we'd like to point out that this blackface video isn't the first, nor is it the last, example of racism that's been shown on this campus," said Ainaria Johnson, co-chairwoman of UCI's Black Student Union.
Johnson alleges members of her organization have had to move dorms after they were repeatedly subjected to racial slurs from other students.