Race, Gender and Culture in Video Game Playing and Making: What’s at Stake? March 27, 2018 webinar
RACE, GENDER AND CULTURE IN VIDEO GAME PLAYING AND MAKING: WHAT’S AT STAKE? A Talking Race & Kids online conversation with Dr. Gabriela Richard (Assistant Professor of Learning, Design and Technology at Penn State University and editor of Diversifying Barbie and Mortal Kombat: Intersectional Perspectives and Inclusive Designs in Gaming)
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this free, hour-long, online conversation with your EmbraceRace community, happening this coming Tuesday, March 27th, at 5:30 pm PT/ 8:30 pm ET.
“Video gaming is an important part of a great many children and youth’s social and learning experiences in and outside the classroom. While video games and gaming culture have much to recommend them, limited perceptions of gaming and in-game cultural representations also can help foster negative behaviors and harmful stereotypes around gender, race and culture. In this session we will discuss ways that parents, teachers, and other caregivers can positively engage youth in critical media consumption, content creation, and learning through games.”