A teacher in California posed in a hoodie with a bag of skittles for the school yearbook photo.
A California high school teacher donned a gray hoodie and posed with a bag of Skittles in his yearbook photo in what was meant to be a tribute to slain Florida teen Trayvon Martin, according to KTVU.
In the Brentwood Heritage High School's yearbook photo history teacher Spencer Smith makes a peace sign with one hand as the hood from his sweatshirt covers his eyes.
When Trayvon Martin was killed in February 2012, he was wearing a hoodie and carrying a can of tea and some Skittles. In a trial that captivated the nation, George Zimmerman was acquitted of murdering the teen.
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