G4C15: Reclaiming Culture Through Game Design

I just found the video of the panel I was thrilled to moderate at Games For Change last April, on “Reclaiming Culture Through Game Design”. Please check out the fascinating conversation below:

Meg Jayanth, writer of 80 Days (Time magazine’s game of the year), and Amy Fredeen, a leader on Never Alone’s development as CFO at E-Line Media and EVP of Cook Inlet Tribal Council, speak with Barry Joseph from the American Museum of Natural History about amplifying the voices and stories of indigenous and marginalized peoples through games.

About Barry

The Associate Director For Digital Learning, Youth Initiatives at the American Museum of Natural History.
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