Facebook’s Complicity in the Silencing of Black Women
Ijeoma Oluo

  1. Those who make posts such as that demonstrate that they don’t know how to follow the rules of Facebook’s policy and should be removed. The “Free Speech” (aka Freeze Peach) cry is being abused by many to justify such posts. FB’s use terms are clear — they just do a crappy job enforcing them. Yo Mark Zuckerberg, being that you are now among the top five most wealthy in the world, how about investing a bit of that into more staff (jobs for people) to police this abuse. https://www.forbes.com/forbes/welcome/?toURL=https://www.forbes.com/sites/noahkirsch/2017/07/27/mark-zuckerbergs-net-worth-rises-4-billion-in-a-day-to-become-worlds-5th-richest/&refURL=https://www.facebook.com/&referrer=https://www.facebook.com/#4dc5101e4e97
  2. From what I’ve witnessed, I think if such abuse of FB policy occurs in a FB group — whether public, closed, or secret, that the ADMINS of the group should be warned to the policy breaks within the group — giving the Admins a wake up call to stop the behavior, but if they let it continue, the ADMINS and the policy abuser should be removed and the group should be closed. Being an Admin should carry the responsibility to uphold the FB behavior policy. (Yo Facebook, do you hear me? #FacebookManagement)
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