Isaiah Washington is best known for his role on the ABC prime-time soap opera, "Grey's Anatomy." He is also a big supporter of the Black Lives Matter movement and has been pretty vocal about it in the past few days. Washington felt that African-Americans can no longer sit and watch their race die at the hand of the police, and feels now is the time to protest police brutality by boycotting work, school, and shopping centers--unless it is to support other black people. 

Washington's solution to a very complex problem

Isaiah proposed that African-Americans stay home from work, school, and shopping centers on Monday, September 26.

He believes that the world will notice their absence and start listening to the Black Lives Matter movement. 

Isaiah wrote on his Facebook page, "Imagine if every single African American in the United States that was really fed up with being angry, sad and disgusted, would pick ONE DAY to simply 'stay at home' from every single job, work site, sports arena and government office in the United States of America. I'm very sure that within 72 hours from Wall Street to the NFL...Black Lives Would Matter. September 26, 2016, is THE DAY."

#Missing24 hopes to call attention to the real issue 

On September 16, Terence Crutcher was gunned down by a police officer after his vehicle stalled in the middle of the road. USA Today reported that his name started trending on social media after a video surfaced of Terence being cornered by four cops, after being shot. 

Isaiah hopes that they can get many people to join in the protest to show that Americans are fed up with the abuse of power and we need the police to be held accountable for their actions.

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He stated, " Every African born in America is fed up, hurt, confused, saddened and angry about the continued extrajudicial killings by public servants in our streets, so collectively we bring forth a solution."

Monday is the day

Social media users are using the hashtag, #StayHomeSeptember262016 and #Missing24 to voice support for the movement. Many blacks have expressed they will participate and believe there is "power in numbers." 

Will you join in the #Missin24 boycott on Monday?