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Kurin Keys uses billboard to call out Mark Zuckerburg for Facebook shadow banning his movie promos uplifting Black women

Billboard in Atlanta, GA


Kurin Keys is the director behind Amazon Prime’s 2019 film, The 100 Dollar Love Letter to Black Women. The film has received praises that has awarded them a top review of five stars. The powerful film was created for everyone but intended for Black women. 

Black women have poured into us for so long. It’s time for us to pour back into them.

Kurin Keys

Kurin Keys is a filmmaker from Fayetteville, North Carolina. He is a graduate of Fayetteville State University and is a member of Omega Psi Phi Fraternity, Inc. He dedicates his writing and storytelling abilities to his family. 

Though his film has received great reviews, Keys seems to think that social media platforms such as Instagram and Facebook are shadow banning his inspiring work. 

Keys stated, “Social Media will allow people of color to be seen as violent, over-sexualized, and victimized. But they censor the messages of freedom, growth, and self-love.” 

As a result of his struggle to get the word out about his film, Keys uniquely purchased billboards aiming at Facebook Founder Mark Zuckerburg.

Many fans joined in to support Keys and his touching film and can continue to do so by streaming it anytime on Amazon Prime.