Tell the Girl Scouts: Don't Partner with Barbie

"Girl Scouts should be a safe place for girls to be who they are and not be fed images of corporate falsehoods on who they should be."  -- Christie Parker, Troop Leader

The Girl Scouts of the USA (GSUSA), the world’s largest girls’ leadership development organization, received $2 million from Mattel to promote Barbie to young girls. The partnership includes a Barbie-branded website,  the first ever commercialized participation patch for Girl Scout Daisies and Brownies, and a Barbie Girl Scout Doll.

Holding Barbie up as a role model for young girls is harmful and undermines the GSUSA’s vital mission “build girls of courage, confidence, and character.” Please join CCFC & Center for a New American Dream in urging GSUSA’s CEO Anna Marie Chavez to end this partnership and focus on providing enriching experiences for girls that foster healthy development.*

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This petition has a goal of 7000 signatures
1-25 of 5902 signatures
Number Date Name Location
5902 3 days ago Marla de Vries
5901 3 days ago Beth Kemler Washington, DC
5900 6 days ago Mindy Holohan Grand Rapids, MI My girl scout memories are of dirty tennis shoes, the smell of campfires, and the pounding of nails in wood. The only pink I recall was in the sunsets, the mixing of paint colors and the blood soaki...
5899 1 week ago Nancy Dubuc Pasadena, CA
5898 1 week ago Patricia Rubano Oceanside, CA
5897 1 week ago peggy astacio miami, FL
5896 1 week ago Sammi Jane Pay Surrey, UK, ot
5895 1 week ago Josephine Goyvaerts Lier, Belgium, ot
5894 1 week ago Sara Savel Ypsilanti, MI
5893 1 week ago Lora James
5892 1 week ago Lora James
5891 1 week ago Lora James
5890 1 week ago Lora James
5889 1 week ago Lora James
5888 1 week ago Jerri Beghtol Diamond Bar, CA I have 2 girls that are Girl Scouts and I am appalled by this.
5887 1 week ago Samantha Ross Crestline, CA
5886 2 weeks ago Nicole Wang I am a Girl Scout Cadette and think this stands AGAINST everything Girl Scouts stand for. Juliette Low would not approve.
5885 2 weeks ago cassie boettcher Albert Lea, MN
5884 2 weeks ago Sharon Chisom NY, NY Give the money back and get rid of the Barbie patch and the ad pretending to be a game on your website.
5883 2 weeks ago Anonymous North Potomac, MD I was a Girl Scout through college. I would not give them a DIME now. Why must girls think that an unnatural body image and make-up have anything to do with "being anything"? I am disgusted.
5882 2 weeks ago Anonymous newcastle, ON
5881 2 weeks ago Marlene McKitrick Albuquerque, NM
5880 2 weeks ago Christine Nugent
5879 2 weeks ago Susan Selinidis Austin, TX
5878 2 weeks ago Sarah Doll Saranac, MI I am a troop leader of 21 girls who do not need to see Barbie's tiny waist and makeup laden face attempting to represent them. Barbie is fiction. My girls are REAL. You have made a grave mistake ...
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