Leonardo DiCaprio, Jennifer Lawrence, Orlando Bloom, Kerry Washington and Sacha Baron Cohen are also participating in the protests, which are scheduled to take place on Wednesday.
Kardashian West wrote in a published post, “I like that I can connect with you directly via Instagram and Facebook, but I can’t sit silent while these platforms allow for hate, propaganda and misinformation. ” Several social media accounts on Tuesday.
He said, “Misinformation shared on social media has a serious impact on our elections and it undermines our democracy. Please join me tomorrow when I use my Instagram and FB account to tell #StopHateForPitit on Facebook Will ‘freeze’. “
A coalition of civil rights groups that boycotted a July Facebook ad announced Monday that it was preventing companies and celebrities from posting on Instagram for a day to prevent them from posting on Instagram on Wednesday , So that Facebook can deal with hate on its platform and allow the company to stop making calls to politicians for lying in political advertisements.
Organizers including the ADL and NAACP pointed to Facebook’s failure to close the Kenosha militia group’s page as a reason for protesting.
When asked about Kardashian West’s announcement, a Facebook spokeswoman declined to comment.