Students at Stanford University took action by joining an international campaign hosted by Mogul to publicly voice their opinions about women's rights and send messages directly to President Donald Trump to the White House in April 5, 2017.
Stanford University chapter president Christie Hartono (Class of '19) collaborated with the Mogul team to launch the hub and campaign.
Why #ReadMyLips? Mogul chose the name based on “the association with a certain part of the female anatomy.” Furthermore, Mogul acknowledged a reference to a George H. W. Bush quote from the 1988 Republican National Convention, in which he said “Read my lips. No new taxes.” According to their website, the Mogul team hopes to use this campaign to reassociate this term with women’s rights.
Different messages such as "Nasty women rule" and "Do not mess with the working class" were collected. People also wrote messages on the Read My Lips banner to make a contribution with their own concerns.
Everyone at Stanford is encouraged to participate. Posts must include “#ReadMyLips” in the title in order to be included in the delivery to the White House. To view other messages that have already been submitted, users can visit onmogul.com/read_my_lips.
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