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A mysterious new Instagram with links to New York's art and fashion communities popped up to criticize Ivanka Trump for her role in her father's campaign, and now, transition.

Halt Action Group is calling out Ivanka for her role in the vicious campaign, as she markets herself as Good For Women, while her dad's administration shapes up to be dangerous for women and humankind. The "Dear Ivanka" Instagram project juxtaposes pictures of her happy, glamorous persona with the harsh realities that she's endorsed.

Dear Ivanka, I'm afraid of the swastikas spray painted on my park

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One caption reads, "Dear Ivanka, I've been raped and I need an abortion."

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

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Another caption reads, "Dear Ivanka, now that you've played the American people for fools and won, can you please tell your dad to grow up."

@dear_ivanka I'm afraid for all my friends who aren't white men...

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Dear Ivanka, I'm an American Muslim and I was attacked on the subway

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The group goes beyond just Instagram, hosting an protest on November 28th in front of her New York penthouse. Dear Ivanka calls the event “a protest in the form of a candlelight vigil to collectively voice the anxieties and concerns of fellow citizens in the wake of the Trump administration’s cabinet appointments and announced/expected plans.”

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The poised, polished face of the Trump brand, which has gone from being synonymous with obnoxious glittery gold things to being the home of neo-Nazism, is often thought to be the "voice of reason" of the Trump family. We know all-too-well how much her daddy loves and listens to her: she might be able to save us, if she weren't so shady, too.