Petitioning ACLU Matthew Cagle and 2 others

Stop Facebook's Suppression of Native American Indian Activist Pages

82
Supporters

Facebook is definitely hiding THIS PAGE from you! 

https://www.facebook.com/papergenocide

Facebook has changed its algorithms about who sees what posts, if a page topics contain what they consider "sensitive content" as in "content” that “is NOT politically correct" it will show up LESS in your news feed. Facebook also has a bias against Native American Indian pages. Specifically those Native pages like mine that don’t support cultural appropriations (culture theft) by non Indians.


Facebook also favors those who pay $$$ to share their content, well I don’t and won’t.


My page and post likes are 100% ORGANIC! Which is why Facebook is lessening my post showing up on Facebook. This page is not a business but organic likes are still affected even with those of us who provide just content on Facebook.


“Beginning in January 2015, people will see less of this type of content in their News Feeds. As we’ve said before, News Feed is already a competitive place — as more people and Pages are posting content, competition to appear in News Feed has increased. All of this means that Pages that post promotional creative should expect their organic distribution to fall significantly over time.”

“...should expect their organic distribution to fall significantly over time.” - Facebook


I don’t pay for likes I can’t afford it and even if I could afford it I wouldn’t do so because I want REAL PEOPLE to like my page and post...not bots.


The information I share with our American Indian community is free of charge, I don’t make any money off of my hard research. I get blessings in other ways for what I do purely out of the concern and love I have for my people the “Native American Indian”.


Even if you like this page there is no guarantee its new posts will show up, so please share and like the content presented within "Paper Genocide of Native American Indians in the Americas".


Liking and sharing will increase the chance of you receiving new posts and keeping priceless information flowing to our Indian people within our community.

Knowledge is power. Nyá:wę #RedNationRedPower

This petition will be delivered to:
  • ACLU Matthew Cagle
  • Facebook
  • Native American Indians

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