Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg on Tuesday was among company executives who spoke with groups who organized the Stop Hate for Profit campaign, which has called for companies to pause ads on Facebook and demand the platform change how it deals with hate speech. After the meeting, one of the organizations, Free Press, released a statement expressing disappointment that they "didn't hear anything today to convince us that Zuckerberg and his colleagues are taking action," while NAACP President Derrick Johnson told The New York Times "there was just no response" to the campaign's list of demands. Color of Change head Rashad Robinson also told the Times Facebook seemed to be "expecting an A for attendance."

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