A body image support group for young girls at the Cornell Scott-Hill Health Center in New Haven, Connecticut, is receiving flak for its flier, which depicts 4 Caucasian girls striking various poses.

Some activists are charging that the ad is alienating families of color with its clip art; I lived in New Haven for 4 years, and this center is located in a multi-ethnic (predominantly Latino and black) neighborhood.

The class has still been full to capacity, but the center revamped the ad in response to community outcry:

Jezebel makes a good point that many people believe eating disorders only affect affluent white girls, and that this sort of advertising might perpetuate that. Now that the center has revamped the ad, let's continue to encourage free classes like this to reach out to teen girls who may be struggling.