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A Gap subway ad starring designer Waris Ahluwalia and model Quentin Jones was defaced with two racial slurs, prompting the megaretailer to respond via social media. "Instead of simply ignoring it, Gap decided to take an internet stand. The company changed its Twitter and Facebook backgrounds to the photo of Ahluwalia, a small but highly-impactful move." [Racked]