Blocked, censored, and silenced | Facebook is done

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I think it’s safe to say that Facebook has had enough of our shit.

Coming up on the end of a 30-day ban for challenging the narrative on the California wildfires, Arizona Backcountry Explorers is considering other options.

Facebook is where it all started.

We started this journey just a few years ago on Facebook, and, sadly, we have come to this. Facebook has repeatedly blocked us from posting on many occasions, and it’s now time for us to figure out something else. In all honesty, we have an established platform right here.
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Kevin Allard
Author: Kevin Allard

Kevin is an American outdoorsman born and raised in rural Arizona who grew up exploring the Arizona backcountry with his father. Today, he and his son travel to the most remote regions of Arizona, scavenging for the remains of early western pioneers. As a lifelong outdoorsman, Kevin has learned to stick close to his roots while engaging in important advocacy work regarding motorized access to public lands. You can find his work in many local and nationwide publications, including The Western Journal, 4Low Magazine, and his website


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