For some Americans, the morning after Election Night has been especially dark.
Social media users took to Twitter and Instagram in the hours following the election results to protest Donald Trump's shocking win over Hillary Clinton with a black box in place of a profile picture. Pegged as #TwitterBlackout, the movement, which is quickly gaining traction online, is a way to "create unity" amidst a seemingly divided nation.
Katy Perry changed her Twitter profile and header image Wednesday, tweeting, "Do not sit still. Do not weep. MOVE. We are not a nation that will let HATE lead us," and later adding, "Fight for what is RIGHT."