Students in St. Augustine are protesting a restaurant worker that wore black face on the job for Halloween. One of the students took a photo and sent it to CBS Action News in Jacksonville of a staff member at the Bunnery Bakery & Café on St. George Street in the small Florida city. The worker, a woman, also wore a bandana on her head and an apron. A group of students, reportedly from nearby Flagler College, gathered outside the café with signs that read “Black face is not OK.” The worker wiped her face clean after the protests began, but the students continued to demonstrate for some time after she did.