To clarify: this is a group of doctors retaking their "class photo" in thug attire and inquiring, in a grammatically dubious manner, whether or not they do indeed now look like thugs.
Yes. Yes, you do.
It's quite simple, really. Your clothing, unlike your race, is a choice. You decide what you put on each day, what fabric face you present to the world. And that choice is designed intentionally to communicate something about you in a social context. A white coat says doctor. An over-sized hoodie obscuring your face paired with baggy jeans says gang-banger. It's really not a difficult concept.
You know what would actually be racist? If I saw a black person in a doctor's coat and assumed it was Halloween.
Lest we generalize unfairly, let's pay tribute to an outspoken black man who does understand the difficult concept of "clothing":
Rock on, Mr. Chappelle.