On March 29th, 2020, a statement by the National Black Caucus of the Green Party of the United States was posted to the national party's facebook group. In this statement, the NBC states that they "value discourse and reflective inquiry to resolve conflicts", and that they oppose "expulsion of any affiliated state or caucus, on the issues of languaging around Women’s rights, Children’s rights, and Transperson’s rights".
Three hours and 125 comments later, group moderators appointed by the national party's Media Committee, added a final comment to this post, stating that "This thread has strayed significantly from the subject of the NBC's specific statement on this debate and the replies are becoming increasingly hostile. Therefore the thread has been locked."
In fact, prior to closing the comments, the exchange on this thread was decidedly less hostile than the tone on many other related conversations in the same social media forum. What might have been disturbing though is the extent to which advocates for gender-critical feminist perspectives seemed far more effective in making salient points in the "discourse and reflective inquiry to resolve conflicts" which the Black Caucus had called for.