That's according to Terry Hussey of Vigilant Management, who is skeptical about the reason why big advertisers are leaving Facebook.
The Washington Post reported the meeting would take place Monday.
"Many businesses told us how they had been ignored when asking Facebook for changes", campaign organizers wrote in a letter to advertisers this week.
Facebook has admitted the quotes are real - which it probably didn't have a choice about, given that a transcript suggests a recording of the meeting exists.
Facebook Inc. Chief Executive Officer Mark Zuckerberg and Chief Operating Officer Sheryl Sandberg will meet with at least three civil rights groups on Tuesday after their organizations led an advertising boycott of the social media giant.
During a virtual town hall with Facebook employees, Zuckerberg implied that the boycott was a PR issue rather than an issue that will have a negative impact on the companies financials.
"We're not gonna change our policies or approach on anything because of a threat to a small percent of our revenue, or any percent of our revenue", he said.
It came as ads for more than 400 companies including Ford, Adidas, Coca-Cola and Starbucks simultaneously disappeared from the social network after last-minute peace talks between Facebook and the boycotters ended in disarray.
More than 600 companies are taking part in an advertising boycott to pressure Facebook into taking a stronger stand against hate speech.
Verizon's reported decision to pull out of Facebook advertising last month led to many other companies following its lead - but the company has not stopped all advertising on Facebook.
The spokesperson said Zuckerberg agreed to join a meeting with activist leaders including from the NAACP, Anti-Defamation League and Color of Change to discuss Facebook's moderation practices.
"If someone goes out there and threatens you to do something, that actually kind of puts you in a box where in some ways it's even harder to do what they want because now it looks like you're capitulating, and that sets up bad long-term incentives for others to do that [to you] as well", Zuckerberg told employees, according to The Information. "We take these matters very seriously and respect the feedback from our partners".
"But as we've said, we make policy changes based on principles, not revenue pressures".