Everyday Racism

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About this app

Challenge the way you think about racism and look at life through someone else’s eyes. Take the EverydayRacism challenge and experience what life can be like for ethnic and cultural minorities in Australia who face subtle forms of racism every day.

EverydayRacism is an immersive game played out over seven days, giving you an insight into the racial issues many face in Australia. Choose from one of three characters: a Muslim woman, an indigenous man or an Indian student, and for the next seven days you’ll receive simulated texts, tweets, images and videos as though you were them.

How will you respond? How will it make you feel? Can you handle it?

The game also gives you the opportunity to play as yourself, where you’ll witness incidents of racism and their effect on people around you.

The game has been produced by All Together Now in association with the University of Western Sydney, The University of Melbourne and Deakin University.

All Together Now is Australia’s only national charity that has a sole focus of addressing racism.
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Aug 17, 2021

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Salty Jazz but replace a with i
August 29, 2022
I dont really get it, these aren't engaging, hurtful, or anything bad, it's just little things, I mean in a real life senario you'd just brush it off, i was expecting way more, like a kkk member screaming in my face
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Anon ymous
September 11, 2022
Cringe. Terrible. Any of these situations can be misconstrued into a racial tone. Those who see racism in the smallest of things are the racists themselves. All who involved in creating this abomination needs to put through desertification and retake actual CS courses. Absolute garbage
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Bob Dawkins
July 16, 2022
First scene a lady is talking and you ask for application. You shouldn't assume she was a racist for ignoring you. She might have been busy and you need to learn patience and wait your turn. 2nd situation, someone uses Facebook... Well that's your fault for using Facebook in the first place. Everyone gets abuse on there. You need to grow a pair. 3rd scene 2 losers mouth off to someone sitting on a bench. Wrong again. This has happened countless times to anyone and everyone anywhere. Ignore
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What's new

Version 1 - Release 1.3 (August 18, 2021)