Teen Vogue admits it stopped posting on social media after racist tweets by staffer surfaced

Teen Vogue made headlines last month when would-be editor-in-chief Alexi McCammond stepped down after decade-old tweets, for which she previously apologized in 2019, were resurfaced and angered the magazine’s liberal staffers. But then Christine Davitt, senior social media manager at Teen Vogue, was revealed to have used racist language on Twitter herself.

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After Davitt’s tweets from 2009, repeatedly using the N-word, surfaced last month, Teen Vogue followers took to sosiale media calling for her immediate removal from the company. Teen Vogue responded by going dark on social media for nearly three weeks.

Christine Davitt, senior social media manager at Teen Vogue, was revealed to have used racist language on Twitter.

Christine Davitt, senior social media manager at Teen Vogue, was revealed to have used racist language on Twitter.

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