Remove ban from my Facebook/Instagram account

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Nan Lee
2 years ago
Enable OlaRonke's project on Fb "The Free Black Women's Library".

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Ashley Brockington
2 years ago
The Free Black Women’s Library is a vibrant part of my community. I’m signing because I love books, black women and Ola!

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Jaye Elizabeth Johnson
2 years ago
Ola’s work is life giving and she can’t do it without her platform! Uplift black women who uplift black women.

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Melody Long
2 years ago
It's the right thing to do

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allison roberts
2 years ago
I want to support her livelihood.

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brandon T
2 years ago
I’m sick of corporate vile like this!

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robyn dessaure
2 years ago
It's absolutely UNACCEPTABLE and pure censorship to ban her.

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Claire Robertson
2 years ago
Why are you removing a platform that is positive yet not removing all the negative things that are placed on your website by other ethnicity. This is considered as being bias. Where are your balance? Who are the people in your organization that decided who and what should be removed if they feel it necessary? That’s too power to have one decide who or what should not be on Facebook, especially when it’s not hurting anyone. The game needs to be fair across the board which is unfair with your site.
Why remove someone who is not a threat to the masses but a positive role model. What are you all afraid of? That the world will be a better place for all . The world will one day be a better place for all and no one will ever never stopped it. Positivity, love , peace and harmony will reign forevermore, and Facebook can’t stop it even if you tried. So will it be..

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Donna Davis
2 years ago
What’s wrong with black history any where for anyone to read . I enjoy the history of this kinda stuff . Fb can take things to far if another bunch people feel to judging on a subject . Fb should show you what you even did wrong so you can fix it . If you do it wrong 2x then freeze 略 it ! Sorry this is happening and hope you get it all back . Single moms need to stick together!! Woman need to back each other up through the good and the bad !

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Omena El
2 years ago
I've known Olaronke and her brilliant work for about 20 years and I've never witnessed or experienced anything thst would remotely cause accusation of violation. She is an innate creative and has a BEAUTIFUL mind! These limitations, and blocks are in direct violation of her constitutional right to freedom of speech.

I've seen FB/IG posts that hold huge racists content and comments and these accounts are not disabled.
There are other media platforms where again inappropriate and bigoted comments are expressed. I will.not digress into thst kind of spew.
The Free black woman library is crucial for many young and grown African diasporic girls/woman to have access to and full education on the plethora of other African Diaporic women writers, and creatives. Black culture, and literary works are the very thread of this country's history.