Why we left Facebook and Instagram, and why you should too
It was long overdue.
We've cut ties with Facebook and Instagram. Between the harm these two apps inflect on teenagers regarding body image issues, depression, and anxiety, being unable to quash the destructive COVID-19 misinformation, and the human trafficking that occurs on Facebook, we've decided we will no longer use these platforms.
We've taken this time to reflect on and re-assess and realized that supporting a business that knowingly abstains from taking action to prevent the harm they do in society violates our principles as a business and as humans.
Please stay connected with us via LinkedIn, Medium, Twitter, email, and of course, in real life!
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