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A new campaign has appeared in social media and on YouTube, and it's calling for people to wear some not-so-scary attire this Halloween.
They want people to wear hoodies this Halloween.
The campaign cuts directly to the shooting of Trayvon Martin, who was wearing one of these hooded sweatshirts when he was shot and killed in February of this year.
Case accounts indicate that George Zimmerman, the man charged with shooting Martin, had expressed fear for his well-being and had felt threatened by the teenager wearing the hoodie
The YouTube video has people of both genders and all backgrounds taking turns wearing a hoodie and asking "Are you afraid of me now?"
The creators said they want people challenge themselves to take a hard look at stereotypes.
Watch the video below: