The American Heritage Association has just made an incredible mistake.
Not only did it censor Ivanka, but it also made an astonishing admission.
The organization released a statement this week saying that it has decided to remove Ivanka Trump’s name from its list of “the Most Iconic Women of the 21st Century.”
That would seem to be an enormous understatement.
Ivanka Trump was the most influential woman in the modern era of fashion.
She was a pioneer in the movement to promote women’s empowerment and in particular the empowerment of the underrepresented women of color.
She was a member of the board of directors of the Council on Women in Public Life, the Council for the Arts, and the Council of Fashion Designers of America.
And yet, in 2015, when she was just 19 years old, she was stripped of her coveted “Most Iconic Woman” award, one of the few awards that can go to any woman in history.
The decision came in the wake of the controversy surrounding Trump’s clothing line, which included “Make America Great Again” hats and scarves, which critics said were racially insensitive.
The campaign to make the hats racist and insensitive had been brewing for months, and in late 2015, Trump’s former campaign manager Corey Lewandowski was charged with felony harassment and inciting a riot.
The charges were later dropped, but the incident did set off a wave of protests, including one outside the White House in November.
The controversy over Trump’s hat sparked a debate about whether the word “Great” was offensive to women, and what role the word had in defining who was “good.”
What the hat meant to Trump was hotly debated, but for her detractors, it was evidence that she was racist, sexist, and xenophobic.
The word “great” was in fact used to describe the people of the United States, not the country itself.
That was part of the reason the term was banned in the first place, in part because it seemed to be perceived as an insult.
But for many in the fashion industry, the hat was a symbol of what they saw as a larger issue: a cultural and political divide between the “elites” who ruled the nation and the people who weren’t, who were still oppressed and marginalized.
The American Heritage Board of Directors has decided not to honor the “Most Important People of the 20th Century” category, the group’s statement said.
It also said that the decision would be reversed.
But the board was careful to note that its decision was not necessarily about politics or race.
It was, instead, about “the enduring importance of American women’s history and the women and men who made it a reality,” the statement said, and called for the recognition of “American women as the most powerful women in history.”
The statement did not mention the word Trump.
It was a statement about what American women have been doing all along.
And it’s been an extraordinary statement.
It is a statement that can be taken to its logical conclusion.
And if you take it to its ultimate conclusion, then we’re in trouble.
The statement was issued by the American Historical Association.
In a letter to the American History Association, the Heritage Foundation said that its statement was not “a repudiation of her accomplishments or her views, but a statement of the principles that guide our work.”
The organization said it had long supported women in the history of the country and said it would not “take sides in the culture wars.”
The decision to revoke the award for Ivanka Trump was a major blow to the organization.
The move comes on the heels of a recent report that revealed that the group had been paying for Ivanka’s wedding reception and other “recreational activities” to “support her leadership in public life.”
The report, which was published by The New York Times, said that while the group was not paying for these events, it had donated to her campaigns.
Ivankas wedding reception was billed as a “fun and family-friendly event.”
But in reality, the event was not a celebration of family or life.
Instead, it featured a reception that featured “numerous high-end, high-class, and expensive-looking designer goods,” according to the Times.
The event was held at a posh resort, and according to a representative, Ivanka wore a “very fancy” dress and was accompanied by a “large, expensively dressed group.”
Ivanka was not in attendance at the reception, according to an account from the New York Post.
In fact, the Post said, she wasn’t even allowed to speak to the media or attend the reception itself.
In addition to her role as the CEO of the Trump Organization, Ivanka has a significant financial stake in her brand, the report said.
She owns a stake of at least 50 percent of the company, the newspaper said.