As Donald Trump is sworn in as the new President in today's inauguration, celebs and everyday people alike are staging protests and voicing their opposition.

Two celebrities to do that include Jaden Smith and actor Shia Labeouf, who created an art installation in New York City, and they've asked the public to repeat a certain phrase.

"Commencing at 9 a.m. on Jan. 20, 2017, the day of the inauguration of the 45th President of the United States, the public is invited to deliver the words 'He Will Not Divide Us" into a camera mounted on a wall outside of the Museum of the Moving Image ... repeating the phrase as many times and for as long as they wish," their website reads.

Jaden has already shown up to the event, which is already being live streamed.

Perhaps not surprisingly, the singer and actor isn't the only person in the Smith family to protest Trump's incoming presidency. Just days after the election, Willow Smith released the poignant cut "November 9" and told young people all over the U.S. not to give up hope.

There's no word yet whether Willow will be at the New York art installation, but you can live stream it here.

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