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Wednesday, December 21, 2005
Boycott American Girl Dolls
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February 2007 Update: "The 'I CAN' campaign initiated by American Girl in Sept. 2005, ended with more than $200,000 donated to Girls Inc. amid protests, pickets, and a boycott of American Girl Inc. products in Dec. 2005" (Source)

Original Post: If you haven't heard, American Girl Dolls are selling an "I can" bracelet, which funds Girls Inc, an abortion and homosexuality suppporter. Girls Inc. also opposes abstience-only education. I am boycotting the group along with many prominent pro-life groups and I hope you will join me in this campaign.

For each "I can" braclet sold, Girls Inc, gets 70 cents in addition to their $50,000 donation from American Girl. So far, as a result of the boycott from November 1st, Bath and Body Works has stopped selling the "I can" braclet.

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1 comments:

del_button December 21, 2005 at 8:31 AM
Sharon said...

That's great to hear Bath and Body Works has stopped selling them! :)
Small victories lead to larger ones.

American Girls has never been an issue for me- I never knew anyone interested in them yet. But it's so disappointing, because their stories seemed so nice.

Hopefully we'll see a lrger victory in the near future.

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