Frederick Douglass's Role In Social Media

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Introduction Social media is changing the way we interact, offering a new model to engage with team members, colleagues, and the world at large. This format and type of interaction can help you to build stronger, more successful engagement opportunities, and it 's a way for you to take part in national conversations related to the endeavors, concerns and causes that are important to Frederick Douglass Foundation. Brand/Organization Representation It is critical to always remember who we are – Frederick Douglass Foundation, the largest Christ centered, multi-ethnic and republican ministry in America. Frederick Douglass Foundation’s role in the social media community should be one of inspiration, commitment, and reaching out to the public…show more content…
Never disclose your own personal information on public sites, as well as that of any other FDF member without their permission. It is also crucial to not disclose any FDF organization information, such as; events, collaborations, meeting/conference discussions and any other communications that were the privy of FDF members unless that information was approved for disclosure to a specific person or the general public. Also respect the privacy of anyone that FDF may have or be in collaboration with and their intellectual…show more content…
Hate speech is defined as: speech that attacks, threatens, or insults a person or group on the basis of national origin, ethnicity, color, religion, gender, gender identity, sexual orientation, or disability. While the United States has the bill of rights and the freedom of expression/speech some states do have speech provisions such as California. There are laws that label speech as ‘limited classes’ which could cause one to be sued in a court of law and that would include: lewd and obscene, the profane, the libelous and the insulting or “fighting” words – those which by their very utterance inflict injury or tend to incite an immediate breach of the peace. All other speech is protected under your first amendment rights. Refer to a legal expert when in
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