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#SMH: Trayvon and Zimmerman Halloween Outfits

The return of blackface costumes this Halloween has sparked outrage, especially one that depicted Trayvon Martin and George Zimmerman. A photo posted to Instagram showed a man wearing a “neighborhood watch” T-shirt pointing his fingers like a gun at his friend wearing blackface and a red-stained hoodie. (Photo: Twitter via Jamie Vanderkamp)

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