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- 205 Facebook ads shared in 2018 by the Permanent Select Committee on Intelligence that came from a “community” page titled Brown Power allegedly linked to the Russian “troll-farm” known as the IRA. In early 2017, the Brown Power Facebook account had at least 203,148 followers, and its ads targeted people who had demonstrated interest in “Mexico; Latin hip hop; Chicano Movement; Hispanidad; Lowrider; Chicano rap; La Raza…”.
- 21 Facebook Ads created by the “community” account titled Native Americans United allegedly linked to the Russian “troll-farm” known as the IRA. This account had at least 5,800 followers, and targeted ads to people who had demonstrated interest in “Standing Rock Indian Reservation; Native American Times; American Indian Movement; Native American civil rights; Indian Country Today Media Network…”.
- 8 Facebook and Instagram ads created by a page titled Aztlan Warriors allegedly linked to the Russian “troll-farm” known as the IRA. Aztlan Warriors potentially had over 290,000 followers. During the summer of 2017 people associated with Aztlan Warriors went so far as to announce via Facebook that they were hosting an event in Chicano Park to commemorate the birthday of Corky Gonzáles.
- Union del Barrio analysis on woketivism and the potential risks to the movimiento as a whole.
205 Facebook ads created by Brown Power.
21 Facebook ads created by Native Americans United
8 Facebook ads created by Aztlan Warriors