Our Facebook Memorial Page was UNPUBLISHED due to supposed violation. ?

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The AnnaLeah & Mary Memorial Facebook Page got Unpublished last night because someone flagged it for inappropriate content due to Community Guidelines. I had just posted this same call to action–only with a crash scene photo which I have posted countless times before.

See our Facebook Memorial Page here: In Memory of AnnaLeah 1995 to 2013 and Mary Lydia Karth 1999 to 2013

I had published the exact same post on our other Facebook site: AnnaLeah & Mary for Truck Safety.

There was no explanation of what post was “reported” or what the supposed violation consisted of and no way to ask any questions for clarification. Just a button to click: APPEAL.

This is what the Facebook Notification message said:

 Your page has been unpublished
Your Page is currently not visible on Facebook. It looks like content posted on your Page doesn’t follow the Facebook Terms and Community Standards, so your Page was unpublished. These Terms and Standards help ensure Facebook remains a welcoming, respectful environment.
We work hard to prevent actions that compromise people’s privacy or security on Facebook, including contacting people for commercial purposes without their consent.
If you think your Page was unpublished in error, you can appeal. Before you appeal, we suggest removing any violating content from your Page. Please keep in mind that if your appeal is denied, your Page will be permanently deleted.
You appealed this decision Yesterday at 11:44pm

Facebook Community Guidelines: https://www.facebook.com/communitystandards

I’m waiting to hear if my Appeal will overturn that decision. Please pray that it get resolved quickly so that I will be able to post updates on that page when we take the Petition to Washington on March 4.

And, because they say that the Page could be permanently deleted, I am concerned that we could lose the countless posts full of photos and memories of AnnaLeah & Mary which I listed here: Journey Through Grief.

Meanwhile, please share this post and sign our Vision Zero Petition if you have not already done so. In memory of Mary & AnnaLeah. Thank you: http://www.thepetitionsite.com/…/save-lives-not-dollars-ur…/

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