Site is temporary closed. Emails are still open.

Hey there #Blackout family…

Many people have turned to us to ask how they can help with #BlackoutDay2020 happening on July 7th. We are not the official organizers of this day though it uses our hashtag. Look to Calvin Martyr (on Twitter as @thecalvinmartyr) for more information on that particular economic boycott.

Because we are not official organizers and our hashtag was co-opted, we are getting questions about #BlackoutDay2020 and other #Blackout related questions. To conserve bandwidth for our site, we are forced to put up this one-page site and closing our main site until we decide the next step.

For more details, please check out this article on Buzzzfeed.

Currently, we are deciding the best step forward and when the time is right, we will talk about future plans. For now, you can get more information by hitting our social media links on Twitter / Facebook / Instagram / Tumblr

If you would like to know what this project/hashtag/call-to-action is about, here’s a dated tumblr post about this:

http://tumblr.theblackout.org/post/114966275331/official-blackoutday-masterpost-created-march

Everything holds up, with the exception of the Call-To-Action as it is no longer quarterly. As of March 6, 2019, this is an annual call-to-action as our last quarterly celebration was in 2018. The last two Blackout Days fell on March 6th, 2019 and 2020. We called a #BlackoutDay on May 31, 2020. We currently do not have plans to call future dates at this time.

If you would like to contact us via email for media requests or have any NON-RELATED #BlackoutDay2020 questions, you can do so by writing an email to team@theblackout.org.