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(Trigger Warning- Transphobic slurs) There are a lot of nay-sayers to social justice activism, even jaded, pessimistic gamers within the cause who feel big companies who profit off of the discrimination of minorities will never change. It’s easy to see … Continue reading →
At this year’s South by Southwest, a conference covering online and new media (and which includes a music and film festival), Latoya Peterson, Editor of Racialicious.com, hosted a panel discussing race and other issues in videogames. The panel also included former … Continue reading →