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The Radiance Foundation, a pro-life organization founded by a black American, has alleged it is facing censorship on most major social networks, including Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter. The group’s response to the blacklisting has been to call on the Silicon Valley Masters of the Universe to “Stop Jim Crow’ing us.”
The Radiance Foundation, like many other groups with a conservative agenda, has had its pro-life images removed from Instagram, its advertisements blocked on Facebook, and its posts shadow-banned on Twitter, as part of a widespread Internet blacklisting campaign.
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“We were mentioned in many media outlets for ‘interfering’ in Ireland’s Abortion Referendum back in May 2018 accused of ‘paying for ads’ by the Transparency Referendum Initiative,” claimed the Radiance Foundation’s Chief Creative Officer, Ryan Bomberger, in an email to Breitbart Tech. “It was the same month that [Facebook] disallowed us from boosting any posts or placing any ads. They, soon after, required us to go through an authorization process providing our residential address (wouldn’t take our business address), personal driver’s license, SSN, and other deeply personal information to go through an approval process to exercise our right to free speech.”
“Prior to that, however, Facebook had repeatedly blocked our content. We would receive many messages from our followers on our page. Despite repeated contacts with Facebook about the issue, nothing ever changed,” Bomberger continued, adding that “Instagram threatened to suspend our page because we compared Planned Parenthood’s killing of black lives to the KKK in this meme.”
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Bomberger, a black man who frequently criticizes Planned Parenthood’s abortion rate of black babies, also claimed Twitter has...
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