Black Head, White Hands; University of Alabama Denies Photoshopping Diversity Onto Website

Despite 17 percent of its nearly 35,000 student population coming from racial minority groups, including a reported 12 percent African-American cohort, some claim the university has photoshopped the face of a black student into a picture that shows a group of white graduates on its homepage.

(Photo: Screen Grab via UA.edu)A screen grab from the University of Alabama's homepage.

Local publication Yellowhammer News recently questioned whether the lone black student, among what appears to be four other white students in a picture featured on the homepage of the university's website, is the result of real inclusivity or the product of a botched Photoshop job.

(Photo: Screen Grab via UA.edu)

The publication reached out to the university for answers to this question and the school responded in a tweet which said: "Per our policy, students were not inserted or 'Photoshopped' into the graduation photo on UA.edu. The photo is unaltered."

(Photo: Screen Grab via Yellowhammer News)

Yellowhammer replied that they didn't Photoshop the photos below, either.

(Photo: Screen Grab via Yellowhammer News)
(Photo: Screen Grab via Yellowhammer News)
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