Racism has no place at MyNaBO. We stand in solidarity with neighbors advocating for racial justice and those speaking out against hate. These issues are relevant in neighborhoods everywhere -- that’s why we allow conversations in support of Black Lives Matter, Stop Asian Hate, and other movements that advocate for racial equality and civil rights anywhere on MyNaBO as long as they adhere to our community guidelines.
Content posted in opposition or as a rebuttal to support for racial equality is counterproductive and harmful. We ask that neighbors be mindful of engaging constructively in discussions on these issues. While members are free to disagree in civil ways about the policies or tactics advocated by equality movement organizers and supporters, posts and comments intended to undermine their core messages of equality are prohibited. For these reasons:
To learn best practices for discussing issues related to race and discrimination on the MyNaBO app or website, please review the following resources:• Real examples for discussing racial equality in a positive manner• MyNaBO’s recommended resources for understanding racial bias
LGBTQIA+ stands as an acronym for the Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender, Queer and/or Questioning, Intersex, and Asexual community. Homophobia, biphobia, transphobia, and any other mistreatment, aggression or unkindness shown to people on the basis of their gender and/or sexual orientation is expressly prohibited on MyNaBO. LGBTQIA+ issues have a place in neighborhoods everywhere -- that’s why we allow content discussing or celebrating LGBTQIA+ matters anywhere on MyNaBO as long as it adheres to our community guidelines.