A Vancouver mother fighting Facebook for the right to post breastfeeding photos isn't accepting the social network's apology for removing pictures of her and her daughters last week.

Facebook pulled photos of breastfeeding activist Emma Kwasnica nursing her daughters, who were two and four years old at the time, saying they were "sexually explicit."

The social media giant has since contacted Kwasnica to apologize, but when Kwasnica went back to re-post the photos, she learned the accounts of other women were frozen for similar pictures.

"I am not accepting the apology until they right the wrong that they are doing still, and that they have done for the past five years," Kwasnica said. "They can't just say we are very sorry. They've said it before and they will say it again. I need to see action and so do the thousands of mothers who are troubled by this." 

Kwasnica will take part in a conference call with Facebook policy-makers later this week to discuss the issue.