This week, Squirrel would like everyone to
contact Teen Vogue in every way you can think of!
Tweet funny things at the writers!
Hire a singing telegram! Send a funny postcard!
Wear a sandwich board in front of their NYC office at lunch time.
Tell Teen Vogue that Ms. Magazine allowed the Mills College President—who was recently sued by the Mills Alumnae Association—to remove a published article written by a recent Mills graduate for 18 days so a Mills Board member could write a rebuttal.
Send them link to the SF Chronicle advertorial.
Tell Teen Vogue:
1. The Mills President and members of the Board were sued for fiduciary noncompliance—an illegal act, according to the Attorney General.
3. The person Ms. empowered by silencing the voice of a recent student is a member of the Mills College Board, which tried to illegally transfer assets from Mills College to an "Institute" (aka think tank).
In exchange for supporting the acquisition of Mills College by former Men's college, the author has been given a role in this new Institute.
4. Hillman has publicly stated that she doesn't believe in the viability of historically women's colleges.
(Tag other HWCs and WCAN!)
Also tweet at other HWCs and their alumnae/i groups! You may have better luck getting responses from smaller HWCs and their alumnae/i groups.
Remember to tag @Squirrel4Truth and use some good hashtags, like #InvestigateMills.
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