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Petition against censoring Farrakhan gains 10,000+ signatures and counting

Petition to not censor Farrakhan on Twitter gains thousands

The Honorable Minister Louis Farrakhan showing love and support with community. Photo: FCN Archives

Over 10,000 people have so far signed a petition launched to resist efforts to ban the Honorable Minister Louis Farrakhan and other strong Black Voices on Twitter.

The appeal on Change.org includes an open letter addressed to Twitter CEO and co-founder Jack Dorsey.

Minister Farrakhan’s consistency and defense of Black and oppressed people is why he is still admired, respected, and loved by us and others,” the petition read.

Utilizing the hash tag #BlackVoicesMatter, the petition brings into focus, America's history of silencing Black voices who refused to bow to the status quo in their fight for freedom, justice and equality.

The letter urges readers to sign the “petition and let the world know that we support Minister Farrakhan’s uncensored voice on social media.”  Web link: https://www.change.org/p/jack-dorsey-don-t-censor-minister-farrakhan-on-twitter

Donations are NOT required.  SHARING is the most important part to get more signatures! (Any donation goes to change.org)

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