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Several nonprofit are considering reducing the amount of exposure their organization has on Facebook, reports the Nonprofit Times. 

Leaders of several prominent nonprofits are discussing reducing Facebook’s role in their media mix, if not leaving it entirely. The conversation reflects a growing perception that the online platform is censoring nonprofits’ messaging, thwarting organizing efforts and putting barriers between nonprofits and donors.

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