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Ivy League professor Carolyn Rouse wants to hear people’s firsthand accounts of how Donald Trump’s presidency is affecting the world. She launched a new project, known as “Trumplandia,” shortly after Trump’s election, so she could learn about today’s political landscape without relying on traditional news sources.
Rouse is encouraging people to submit their photos, stories, videos and published works, the Princeton University website reads.
She has asked everyone who submits information to her project to include their name, age, location and a 250-500-word “field note” that explains why they chose to submit what they did.
Although it isn’t required, Rouse is hoping people will also provide their race and/or ethnicity, where they grew up, political sensibilities, profession, income bracket, and/or family status.