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Mark Lucky said he had shared the message with Facebook staff around the world earlier this month. As a result, as a strategic partner manager,

A former Facebook employee has revealed that black people have failed to work on social networks.

Mark Lucky said he had shared the message with Facebook staff around the world earlier this month. As a result, as a strategic partner manager,

"Facebook has a black problem," said Lucky, a black man.

"Facebook's abusing black people reflects the margins of their black people."

Did not respond to a request for a comment on a social network based in California.

Lucky said that black people are included in the most popular demographic studies on social networking. Attempts to create secure havones on Facebook were in trouble.

Content that has not been infringed on Facebook policies has been locked after non-black users have reported them.

"I did not know that blacks were working on Facebook," he said.

The fourth percent of Facebook's workforce now represents black people.

AUTHENTICITY

"In some buildings, there are more black livestock types than actual black people," said Lucky.

According to the Facebook diversity report released in July, Sales of black businesses increased 8 percent in the year.

"But we are recruiting black-and-Spanish employees and continue to play in technical roles and senior leaders," said Chief Vice-Chancellor Maxin Williams.

Laki asked if Facebook workers come in for information on the diversification issues.

He also said stories from other black people had been heard and colleagues or managers would be violent in order to share the relationship with others as well as others.

"Blacks can tell stories that are far more important than those of campus security," said Lucky.

"Your skin looks like a strange and strange in your own workplace looks self-inautical in reminding yourself of your sincere passion."

One person named Carm Smith said that Lacky's poster on Facebook showed that his experience of being black in the company was not universal.

"Mr. Lucky does not speak for all of us, but at the same time, Marke and I started on Facebook, and I'm still standing here," Smith wrote.

"In the office, I often wear my career tires, Colin Cafèrcher Jersey, and Black Lovers master shirt, and I believe all of my authentic facts about working.


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