Shaun King Mocked After Slamming School Portrait Company For 'Racist' Order FormChris Menahan
Mar. 27, 2018
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Social justice warrior Shaun King was widely mocked Tuesday on Twitter after he slammed a school photography company for advancing "racial stereotypes" with their portrait order form.
"A family just sent me this. They were bothered," King said in a tweet. "Even the school photo order forms feed into racial stereotypes of what kids of certain races should or should not be doing."
"@Lifetouch - you can do better," King said, tagging the company so people could complain.
Pretty much no one was outraged:
King suggested only people with children could understand why their order form was so harmful:
Tim Pool nailed it:
I think someone should call the cops to report a hate crime.
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