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A group of Ari­zona State Univer­sity re­cently opted to or­ga­nize a protest against Pres­i­dent Trump in­stead of tak­ing their fi­nal exam. They marched around with signs and formed a nifty “hu­man wall,” even­tu­ally at­tract­ing by­standers in­ter­ested in speak­ing out against sex­ism and the prison sys­tem, among other so­cial is­sues.

The stu­dents had the bless­ing of their pro­fes­sor An­ge­les Mal­don­ado, whose class is ti­tled “Global Pol­i­tics of Hu­man Rights.”

She views the demon­stra­tion as a “group protest,” ac­cord­ing to the Ari­zona Repub­lic, which covered the event.

“This is bet­ter than a fi­nal,” one stu­dent ad­vised the news or­ga­ni­za­tion.

“It’s Trump bash­ing for credit,” ob­serves Lukas Mike­lio­nis, who covers cul­ture for Heat Street.

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