(CNN) - A prospective juror in New York wasn't happy to see the word "negro" on her questionnaire.
Ravenna Roberson, 25, snapped a photo of the juror information card.
It includes a category which asks if the respondent self-identifies as "Black, African-American, or Negro."
Roberson crossed out the word "negro," and wrote, "Offensive! It's 2014!"
The year is more relevant than you might think.
The U.S. Census Bureau discontinued use of the word "negro" at the beginning of this year, after finding many respondents to the 2010 census found it outdated and offensive.
A spokeswoman from the New York State Office of Court Administration says the race categories for juror information cards come from the U.S. Census Bureau.
New York courts plan to follow suit with the bureau and discontinue use of the word.
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