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Black customer photos with racist remarks posted on social media

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A photo of Detroit party store customers on a social media site has a racist comment underneath.  People are upset about this and other, similar posts. A photo of Detroit party store customers on a social media site has a racist comment underneath. People are upset about this and other, similar posts.
DETROIT (WJBK) -

Some Detroit party store customers were horrified to see their pictures on social media sites with racist comments.  They called Fox 2 looking for answers.

People who think racism is wrong and disgraceful will be disgusted and sickened by this.  Cell phone pictures were taken of black customers who did not know they were being disrespected, and some of them were kids.

Watch Andrea Isom's video report for more on this story.

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