An Instagram account is making a powerful call to Ivanka Trump to discuss her father's controversial behavior.
The account, named dear_ivanka, was started by the Halt Action Group (comprised of curator Alison Gingeras and artist Jonathan Horowitz) to encourage Trump's eldest daughter to acknowledge the president-elect's ugly rhetoric.
By using idealized photographs from Ivanka's own social media accounts, dear_ivanka addresses the businesswoman and former model from the voices of groups her father has marginalized such as survivors of sexual assault, women seeking abortions and American Muslims.
A Dear Ivanka website further describes the inspiration behind the account.
"Dear Ivanka," Halt Action Group writes, "Racism, anti-Semitism, misogyny, and homophobia are not acceptable anywhere—least of all in the White House."
The group went on to address Trump's cabinet picks such as Steve Bannon and Jeff Sessions, claiming they have no place in the White House, and touched upon other serious issues. "Talk of a Muslim registry has no place in the White House. Hate has no place in the White House. We refuse to 'wait and see.' We look to you as the voice of reason."
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On Monday night, the Halt Action Group held a candlelight vigil outside of Ivanka's residence, the Puck Building in Manhattan. Supporters of the Dear Ivanka account showed up with protest signs and candles and pleas for understanding.
Halt Action Group sent The Cut a letter that it planned to distribute at the vigil. An excerpt addressed to Ivanka read, "Because you are an official member of your father's transition team, we wanted to appeal to your rationality, and your commitment to protecting the rights of all Americans, especially women and children. As your father has said on countless occasions, you are the one who really has his ear."
This is not the first time Ivanka has received criticism for standing by her father's side throughout his controversial campaign and post-election transition. Other efforts include #GrabYourWallet campaign, an online boycott of the Trump brand.
Mashable reached out to the Halt Action Group for comment.