A sign outside the entrance of the Mounds Mall in Anderson, Indiana, has sparked a larger discussion about safety and race.
The signs, which have been in place since 2004, warn visitors "for the safety and well-being of everyone, please lower your hoodie."
However, if visitors do not to comply, they are promptly shown the door.
CNN Legal Analyst Sunny Hostin says it's obvious what this rule is about; it's about race.
"This is about the pretext of being able to stop young African American males. Hoodie is code for thug in many places and I think businesses shouldn't be in the business of telling people what to wear."
Watch the full interview above and let us know in the comments if you agree with Hostin or if you think the rule is about general safety instead?