A preschool center outside of Atlanta is under fire after a parent posted a photo he said showed staff discriminating against Black students reports KCTV5. 

On Wednesday, a man identified online as Marquis, a father of a Kids 'R' Kids student in Roswell, Georgia, shared the disturbing image on Instagram. In the photo, he alleges that all of the white children have been served meals, while each of the Black children pictured appeared to be without food.

“This is truly unbelievable. You better know this won’t be the last time you hear from me on this,” he wrote in the photo’s caption. “Why does every white kid have their food? Not one Black child has food in front of them! Thank God for cameras in classrooms because there is no way to hide this racism.”

He went on to say that it's unfortunate many Black families aspire to send their kids to suburban schools just to be subjected to subpar conditions. He concluded his message by directly mentioning the corporate social media page of Kids ‘R' Kids, expressing that he expects the company to address the incident.

“As Blacks we always strive to send our kids to schools in suburban areas, but I’m telling you first hand that is not always best. This is not a Black or white issue, this is simply wrong. @kidsrkidscorporate I’ll be waiting [for] feedback from your corporate office on this,” he added.

Another parent also spoke out on the incident. 

“They were skipping all of the black kids it seemed like," father Adryan McCauley, whose son is in the photo, told KCTV5.

“All the white kids got their lunch, and all the black kids had to wait,” McCauley continued. “From the videos and pictures that we saw today, we are just completely disturbed.”