The Carolina Journal Facebook page removed from the platform

A note from the Carolina Journal editors:

If you looked for Carolina Journal on Facebook, you won’t find us.

For more than a week, CJ’s Facebook page has been deactivated. We’re working with the platform to figure out why and how to get us back up and running with all the media coverage, opinion pieces, and analysis you know and trust.

We’ll keep our readers updated on our communications with Facebook and let you know what we find out. For now, you can find all of Carolina Journal’s unique and powerful coverage on the John Locke Foundation Facebook pageand on our own Twitter and instagram.

For this week’s critical primary election, we will be streaming the results and analysis live on the Carolina Journal YouTube Channel covering the event in partnership with the North Carolina News Network.

Thank you for your support of the Carolina Journal. We are a nonprofit media outlet covering public policy from a freedom and market perspective. Without our readers and advocates, we wouldn’t be able to shine a light on the big stories and behind-the-scenes coverage of North Carolina’s public policy landscape.


Donna King

Ray Nothstin

Update: After a week, the Carolina Journal Facebook page was finally restored at 2:40 a.m. EST (May 16).

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