The Gap clothing store is apologizing for an advertisement after some said it was racist.
The ad is for Ellen DeGeneres' kids clothing line and features an older white girl placing her arm on top of an African-American girl's head.
Some have said the child is being used as a prop.
The Gap said they are replacing the image with a different photo.
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meet the kids who are proving that girls can do anything.
— GapKids (@GapKids) April 2, 2016
"GIRLS CAN DO ANYTHING!" as the white girls do gymnastics around a black girl used as an arm rest https://t.co/iDUHbHeki8
— La Única (@KALIUCHIS) April 3, 2016
— Trudy (@thetrudz) April 3, 2016
— Matthew A. Cherry (@MatthewACherry) April 3, 2016