1.02.2017

With Facebook Down, Let's Get Situated

So Facebook dismantled our page, which gives us the opportunity to explore new options, and a chance to return to our blogging roots. We are not unaware of the systemic targeting of Black-run pages, so a split from Facebook was probably inevitable.

For the Black girls who code, sound off...we've got an idea in the works and now's your time to shine.

7 comments:

  1. I was wondering where your page disappeared to. Will our people ever wake up long enough to see what is going on? Meanwhile, sites which promotes racial hatred, misogyny, and negative (cultural) stereotypes are allowed to flourish. Glad to see you all not giving up. My coding skills are rather soft, however, I'm motivated to improve them in order to be part of the solution. Count me in, TBGC.

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  2. Just express the beauty of your culture or social justice and FB is ready to cut you off yet..as Curious said..anything with White supremacy remarks on it is all " good ".

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  3. I was so mad when I realized TBGC page was gone. They will try and keep us from having anything good but they will not hold us down. So happy to see there is a plan! Let's do this ladies.

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  4. wow...i shouldn't say i'm shocked Facebook did that, i've heard about them targeting black-run pages but i'm just outdone and sick of this crap. i don't know any black female coders but i will put my feelers out and see what i find. so glad i don't have a Facebook page, i would have deleted it just for that.

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  5. Noo I need you on Facebook! So I can share your posts and I know I won't ever forget to check it! *cries*

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  6. I just can't believe it! I am angry, shocked and devestated. Just can't believe it! TBGC has given so much to the black women's community. Ya'll were the best on FB. Now, what can we do for you after all that you have given? Can we write letters to FB? What can we do for you??

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  7. You shouldn't stand for that...definitely appeal it.

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