Over 40 advocacy groups lay out a policy package intended to help communications corporations preserve a free internet while stopping White supremacists from curbing vulnerable communities’ free speech.
Carmen Scurato, Jessica J. GonzálezOct 25, 20183:39PM EDT
Internet companies must stop ignoring the racism and other forms of hate that are prevalent on their platforms and acknowledge that the hateful discourse of the few silences the speech of the marginalized many.
Created to study the urban rebellions of 1967, the Kerner Commission revealed in 1968 how racist media played a role. As the Kerner report turns 50, Free Press’ Joseph Torres argues that large media companies continue to uphold White supremacy.