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Daily news roundup for Thursday, July 21, 2016

21 hours ago
BY FLICKR USER JUSTIN GAERLAN, USED UNDER CC / RESIZED AND CROPPED

Here's what's happening in the Bay Area, as curated by KALW news:

Protestors chained to doors of Police Union Building in Oakland // ABC 7 News

"Black Lives Matter protesters are spending the night outside the Oakland police union headquarters, some are chained to the building.

Teens putting down phones and picking up dice

Sep 15, 2015


Eli Mcamis is 14 years old. He and five other young teens sit around a table, each rolling dice and flipping through game manuals — thick binders, each with hundreds of pages of information.

Your Call: Can Video Games be a Force for Good?

Jan 3, 2013

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.

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