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The Trump Protest Archive is an entirely self funded digital repository, collecting items of material culture from protest events relating to the presidential inauguration of Donald Trump and the early part of his administration. The free online archive seeks photographic contributions from the public in the United States and across the globe. Inspired in part by digital archives of the most recent of history, most notably the Baltimore Uprising 2015 Archive Project, the Trump Protest Archive aims to document the various voices of American and international resistance to the current political order in the United States.

The Trump Protest Archive was founded by Eric Gonzaba, an Assistant Professor of American Studies at California State University, Fullerton while he was PhD candidate at George Mason University. Gonzaba is also the creator of another online archive, Wearing Gay History, an award winning digital repository of over 4,000 historical LGBT t-shirts. 

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