Here Are All the Major Brands Not Advertising on Facebook

Many companies have joined the Stop Hate for Profit boycott campaign

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Advertisers are putting money where their missions are.

In the past few days, a handful of brands—beginning with The North Face on June 19—are withdrawing their media dollars from Facebook, in a boycott over the platform’s policies on removing hurtful posts and misinformation. The Stop Hate for Profit boycott campaign was created by the Anti-Defamation LeagueColor of ChangeCommon Sense Media, Free Press, the NAACP and Sleeping Giants and has been picking up steam under the hashtag #StopHateForProfit.

If you haven’t been following along, here’s how we got here:

In a statement, a Facebook spokesperson acknowledged June 26 that the company has “more work to do.”




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