Stop JC Penney and Forever 21 from putting more sexist clothing on their shelves
Tell the CEOs of JC Penny and Forever 21 that you will hold them accountable for the clothing that is sold in their stores. Demand they make a public commitment to keep sexist clothing for girls from making it to their shelves in the future.
In date 14 october 2011 JC Penney CEO Myron Ullman wrote a personal note to CREDO members stating that:
"[JC Penney] used this incident as a 'teachable moment' for our buying teams. I can assure you and your petitioners that our teams fully understand their responsibility in upholding the integrity of our company and share with you their commitment to ensuring better merchandise decisions in the future."