A photographic examination of the 2020 campaigns and the people's response to Trump. [more inside]
Tweets when the president learns (and tweets) a word for the first time. Like @nyt_first_said, but applied to the president. [more inside]
Occupy ICE NYC is a 24/7 protest to mobilize resistance against Immigration and Customs Enforcement, hold public space, interfere with deportations, and Abolish ICE. #OccupyICENYC #AbolishICE [more inside]
Some quirky templates in case you need to channel your rage about the current inhabitant of the Oval Office into meme form. Starting off with one basic pose, but more to come! Suggestions welcome in comments.
On Wednesday, June 13th, Rise and Resist will be delivering Trump's birthday present to Trump Tower in NYC - one way plane tickets to Russia. Sign his birthday card now, and tell him why you want him out of the Presidency, and out of the country. [more inside]
A point-and-click game about the recent US Travel/Muslim Bans, made as part of Indie Train Jam 2017. [more inside]
@BardVs45 uses the 1990s era Shakespearean insult generator to respond to tweets from Trump. [more inside]
Just a short and sweet Medium post (my first). My family was briefly stuck in the Seatac airport terminal during last weekend's protests over Trump's Muslim ban. I put together some thoughts about crowd dynamics, and what you can do to support a protest action you didn't necessarily intend to be swept up in.
Twitter header images of Trump supporters [more inside]
An online game specifically made to call out Elon Musk on his collaborationism with the Trump regime. Will you manage to board the Mars rocket, or will you be crushed by an unsympathetic bureaucracy?
A Google Chrome extension that replaces mentions of the Trump administration with "Trump Regime," which seems more appropriate.
Shut Up, Donny is an open-source extension for Google Chrome that lets Twitter users auto-reply to Donald Trump with one message: delete your account. [more inside]
I felt like I should build a little web resource for the big day, and so: inaugurationlivestream.com.
Ever since the election, I have been obsessed with the possible reasons that many white American women voted for Trump, and the reasons that many white American feminists continue to not support measures that would be beneficial for queer women and women of color. This essay is the result of that obsession.
after making a real life holiday sign about donald trump being poopy, it was decided that a website about trump being poopy was needed. [more inside]
This is a simple list of President-Elect Trump's shady deals, updated with links as the news comes at us. [more inside]
A meditation of what a crazy 1939 essay in The Atlantic can tell us about white fragility and the rise of Trump.
Website to gather and disseminate ideas on ways to fight back against bigotry, hate, ignorance and harmful policies in the wake of the 2016 election. Intended to connect people with helpful ways to direct their energy, time and money in support of a brighter future for everyone. [more inside]
My overly-wrought comparison of orange-colored characters as they compare in pigment and temperament to the Donald. Happy Halloween!!
I've been working on a simple timeline of Trump's stated positions and comments, juxtaposed to the endorsement of every politician who's come out in support of him. There's still so many endorsements and Trump statements to add, but I think it's a good start. [more inside]
In the vein of Talk Obama To Me, we've created a Trump talking machine capable of making gems about Mexico, China, and snake oil. Please enjoy responsibly.
I believe that the person we all know as Donald Trump is none other than The Dark Lord Voldemort in disguise. Here I will provide evidence supporting my case and in the end I think you will agree that this is incontrovertible proof the two men are one and the same. [more inside]
This site came together quickly and is a reference to this article about trump and his itsy bitsy fingers. [more inside]
A friend came up with the idea and I spent a day and a half pulling it off. I think it's both funny and terrifying. Enjoy this little video project.