This Slavery-Simulation Game At A Phoenix School Isn't Going Over Well With Parents
6 monthes ago - By Essence
Parents at a Phoenix elementary school are outraged over a government-funded video game that is meant to simulate the slavery experience for learning purposes, with some saying it trivializes a complex and potentially traumatic issue.
The choose-your-own-adventure game, called “Mission US: Flight to Freedom” follows a 14-year-old enslaved girl who is trying to escape her Kentucky plantation.
“I found out about it last week, when my son told me what happens in the game,” parent De'Lon Brooks told the Arizona Central. “I was just like, 'No. Not at all. That's not going to work'...As a...
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