Program tackles stereotyping in video games

05/18/2005 | Sun (Baltimore), The

This summer, a new Urban Video Game Academy located at Baltimore's Digital Harbor High School will teach the elements of game design to 50 high school students, many of them minorities. Roderick Weldon Woodruff, president of the African American Gamer advocacy group sponsoring the five-week academy, is pressing game designers to portray ethnic figures in a positive light.

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