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Teen Vogue staffers rage against new editor-in-chief — who apologized for using racist, homophobic language when she was a teen


Her journalism speaks for itself, the company says

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Teen Vogue staffers are in a rage against newly appointed editor-in-chief Alexi McCammond after some of her old social media posts emerged from when she was a teenager.

Many staffers said that McCammond's posts were both racist and homophobic, and are now calling for Teen Vogue's parent company Condé Nast to reform its hiring process.

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