A new Instagram account called Dear Ivanka is calling out the President-elect's favorite daughter for being complicit in—and profiting off of—her father's racist, misogynistic, and xenophobic campaign. Tonight (Monday), the organization behind the account will be holding a candlelight vigil outside Ivanka's residence, the Puck Building on the corner of Houston and Lafayette Streets.

The Instagram account juxtaposes pictures of Ivanka with letters from people around the country expressing concerns about access to abortion (which Donald Trump has promised to limit), climate change (which his administration will ignore), and anti-Semitism (which his chief strategist Steve Bannon has fueled).

Dear Ivanka, I've been raped and I need to have an abortion

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One of Ivanka's mirror selfies is captioned "Dear Ivanka, I've been raped and need to have an abortion." The caption under a picture of Ivanka standing in front of (presumably) a Trump-owned golf course reads, "@dear_ivanka: Your father's choice to head up the EPA, Myron Ebell, is a fanatical anti-science, anti-environmentalist climate change denier. I'm afraid for what's at stake."

Halt Action Group, the organization behind the account, announced today that they'll be having a protest and candlelight vigil outside the apartment Ivanka lives in with her husband Jared Kushner and her three children. The group has begun posting pictures of protest signs on their Instagram, including one which says "DEAR IVANKA, YOUR DADDY IS SCARY AS HELL."

It's not clear who is behind Halt, but spokesperson Gina Nanni told Gothamist that there are approximately 75 artists and other creatives organizing the vigil, including Jonathan Horowitz, Nate Lowman, and Alison Gingeras. The vigil came "out of an informal meeting" with about 40 attendees. Socialite and shoe designer Arden Wohl is also believed to be part of the group and has posted about the rally on her Instagram.

Halt will be distributing an open letter to Ivanka, which reads:

"We are a group of concerned citizens who live in all boroughs of New York City. As we're all neighbors, we thought the most direct way to reach out would be to come to your building with our hopes and urgent concerns.

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.

On their website, they've issued another open letter to Ivanka:

Racism, anti-Semitism, misogyny, and homophobia are not acceptable anywhere—least of all in the White House.

Steve Bannon has no place in the White House. Jeff Sessions has no place in the White House. 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.


Halt Action Group

Ivanka has supported her father since the day he announced his presidential bid, and despite the squeaky-clean, apolitical image she sells in department stores and on her Instagram, she has been an integral part of his campaign.

In September, Trump announced his family leave policy, which he said was influenced by Ivanka. The plan guaranteed six weeks of paid maternity leave for women who had given birth, but notably lacked benefits for fathers or people in same-sex marriages. When Ivanka was interviewed by Cosmopolitan regarding the plan, she told the reporter that her questions had "a lot of negativity" and cut the interview short.