This publication is a part of the Anti-Racist Collective Zine, a student zine by Sharah Hudson, and the Wooster Anti-Racist Collective. It is representative of student zines that were freely distributed in the wake of the Black Lives Matter Movement and the 2016 presidential election.
This small 8-page zine intends to help people navigate "what to do in the wake of The Donald becoming the 45th president of the United States." The booklet opens with a letter to the reader, asking them to help end racism and discriminatory action on campus. It also features a number of quotes and pictures of Donald Trump in a collage xeroxed zine format, as well as a piece entitled "News from the front lines of the War on Christmas" by Caren Holmes. This publication uses strong language and addresses a number of sensitive topics.
Zines; Racism; Student publications; Presidents
College of Wooster Special Collections
The College of Wooster
Anti-Racist Collective, Donald Trump, Zine, Racism, presidential election
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"The Anti-Racist Collective Zine: Dump the Trump" (2016). Alternative Voices. 1.