June 28: #MyNameIs at the SF Pride Parade

While we wish Facebook had been banned from marching this year as a company, we can still use the SF Pride Parade as an opportunity to raise our voices and visibility against Facebook’s unfair policy, which hurts LGBTQ communities as well as many more. Our goal is to make #MyNameIs…

June 1: Protest at Facebook HQ

Monday, June 1, 2015. Facebook Headquarters: 1 Hacker Way, Menlo Park, CA.

Survey: Share Your Story

We’re looking for people who are willing to share their stories with us to help demonstrate the extent of the problem, and why even relying on “authentic names” is an unfair and dangerous policy.

3 Simple Things You Can Do to Make Facebook Safer for Everyone

Facebook’s “fake name” reporting option may seem like a small issue, but it’s discriminatory and dangerous for many, including transgender people, Native Americans, survivors of domestic violence, and countless others. We may not always like it, but the reality is that Facebook is the place many of us turn for…

#NoPrideForFacebook Petition

Facebook continues to allow members of the LGBT community to be maliciously targeted and reported based on identity. Our accounts are being unfairly suspended and we’re being forced to “prove” who we are. Many of us, especially trans men and women, do not have any government issued ID that reflects…

Name Support: Facebook Appeals

Since October, members of our coalition have been working as volunteers to forward messages from diverse communities to Facebook’s customer service team. Given Facebook’s lack of major action (even after their so-called apology), we feel that this band-aid is hurting more than helping our campaign, and have decided to stop…

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