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Ravelry, a social network for knitters with 8 million members, banned users from showing support for Donald Trump on the platform

Ravelry, a social network for knitters with 8 million members, banned users from showing support for Donald Trump on the platform
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On Sunday, an online knitting community with 8 million members called Ravelry announced it was banning support for President Donald Trump and his administration on its site.




It said that it would ban posts or content supporting Trump, but it would not delete project data, nor would it ban members who support Trump, as long as they don't talk about it.




"We cannot provide a space that is inclusive of all and also allow support for open white supremacy," a Ravelry blog post said. "Support of the Trump administration is undeniably [in] support [of] white supremacy."




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Ravelry, an online knitting community with over 8 million members, has banned support of President Donald Trump and his administration.
Knitters go to Ravelry to discuss and post knitting patterns and projects. On Sunday, Ravelry announced that it will ban support for Trump in forum posts and content, but data about projects and patterns will not be deleted.
"We cannot provide a space that is inclusive of all and also allow support for open white supremacy," a Ravelry blog post said. "Support of the Trump administration is undeniably [in] support [of] white supremacy."
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