Activision Blizzard employees are fed up with management's hair-trigger response to the California Department of Fair Employment and Housing's filing of a lawsuit regarding allegations of misogyny, harassment, and discrimination. That's why they're organizing a protest rally at Blizzard's Irvine campus under the hashtag #ActiBlizzWalkout, which will be held on the evening of July 28, 2021 at 7 p.m. (our time) and will last for three hours. For those unable to attend the protest, organizers are encouraging people to use the hashtag #ActiBlizzWalkout and the blue heart emoji on social media.
With the protests, the employees want to push through four demands that should enable fair cooperation in the company now and in the future. These are the following points:
To support the employees of Activision Blizzard and to make a statement, WoW players are organizing their own virtual protest. For those who want to join in: on July 28, 2021, players will gather on their servers starting at 18:00 in the Oribos portal room. Then at 7:00pm, when the protest begins in Irvine, all players are to log out.The organizers ask that you disable war mode.
With this mass logout.the players want to set a clearer sign than simply being inactive in the game or not playing WoW at all. You can find more information about this at WoWHead.Support buffed - it only takes a minute. Thank you!
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