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Your Call: Can Video Games be a Force for Good?
Can videogames be a force for good? On the next Your Call we'll look at the ways video games are being used to educate and enlighten – and how those efforts relate to the $65 billion gaming industry. What’s the social responsibility of game companies? What can be changed in terms of equality and fair representation in the gaming world? What have you gained from gaming and what would like to see in the future?
It's Your Call with Matt Martin and you.
Anna Anthropy, artist, game designer focusing on promoting the visibility of queer identities in video games.
Jamin Warren, the founder of the videogame arts and culture company Kill Screen.
Anna Anthropy’s book: Rise of the Videogame Zinesters
Anna Anthropy’s Blog: Auntie Pixelante
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Smithsonian: Art of Video Games
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