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Today, 20 news organizations from the United States have started their participation in the Facebook Sustainability Accelerator. These newsrooms are owned and led by people of color from across the United States, as part of our recent investment in publishers from and serving historically marginalized communities.

We’re thrilled they are joining the global Facebook Accelerator community and are looking forward to sharing their progress in the program in the months to come!

Meet the participants and learn more about the program here: https://www.facebook.com/…/sustainability-accelerator-parti…

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To reduce the risk of suicide contagion, Facebook will now demote English-language news articles that describe suicide in unsafe ways per guidelines from major health organizations.

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