Road to Racial Justice is an online and local multiplayer educational game designed for classrooms, staff meetings, community groups, and family game nights.
Teen and adult players will become aware that racism exists in many everyday kinds of situations (interpersonal and institutional), learn why each situation is racist (stereotyping, tokenism, cultural appropriation, etc.), and acquire tools to interrupt these situations.
Suitable for teaching anti-racism, including learning about implicit bias and white privilege; nonviolent training and interventions; racial justice; social action; communication skills; and more. A free downloadable print version with curriculum is available at www.roadtoracialjustice.org. The curriculum includes a glossary, worksheets, debriefing options, potentially difficult situations/responses, resources, and more.
"As an instructor of a diversity and social justice course, I have found your game to be very engaging and beneficial in helping students gain a deeper understanding of the many critical social issues that we face living in a global society."
-Pamala V. Morris, Ph.D., Assistant Dean/Director, Multicultural Programs, Professor, Purdue University, Indiana (app version)
your game was a remarkable tool. Road to Racial Justice combines the structure of a board game with a pedagogy of racial identity development. Players discuss recognizable racist situations supplied by the game and cant help but to tell stories of their own besides. What better way to suggest critical thinking and generate deeper awareness of U.S. cultures white racial frame?
-Kevin Cummins, High School Teacher, Albuquerque, New Mexico (board game version)