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The act of reshuffling a gathering of people at a media event to downplay or accentuate certain demographics for the purpose of sending a particular message.
Michelle Obama's staff was caught crowdshaping at a recent Carnegie-Mellon appearance. In fact, one coordinator was even heard to say, "We need more white people here!"

To an Asian girl: “We’re moving you, sorry. It’s going to look so pretty, though.”
by Mike in Maine April 15, 2008
The act of reshuffling a gathering of people at a media event to downplay or accentuate certain demographics for the purpose of sending a particular message.
Michelle Obama's staff was caught crowdshaping at a recent Carnegie-Mellon appearance. In fact, one coordinator was even heard to say, "We need more white people here!"

To an Asian girl: “We’re moving you, sorry. It’s going to look so pretty, though.”
by Mike in Maine April 16, 2008
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