Gap Pulls ‘Dehumanizing’ Ad for Ellen DeGeneres Children’s Clothing Line

Clothing retailer Gap apologized after pulling an advertisement for Ellen DeGeneres’ children’s clothing line attacked as racist by social media users. On Friday, the GapKids official Twitter account tweeted the company’s latest advertisement for its GapKids x ED clothing line, captioning the post: “Meet the kids who are proving that girls can do anything.” meet the kids who are proving that girls can do anything. check out #GapKidsxED: https://t.co/qbR13BsWIL pic.twitter.com/e47gVghHt0 — GapKids (@GapKids) April 2, 2016 But social media users quickly called the ad racist for depicting a white girl leaning on a smaller black girl for support. Who the fuck approved this

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