Over the last few years, Teen Vogue has made headlines for regularly serving up deeply offensive content, including condoning abortion and offering advice to young women on how to obtain illegal abortions.
But the publication is back in the news this week for firing Alexi McCammond, its incoming editor-in-chief. Back in 2019, she was declared an “emerging journalist of the year” by the National Association of Black Journalists.
Ms. McCammond was let go before she even started because of some offensive comments she tweeted back in 2011 – while she was a freshman in college. Even though she had deleted the comments and apologized for her poor judgment, Teen Vogue nevertheless rescinded their offer to her for employment. Read more, From Focus on the Family president Jim Daly.