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Act Out! [69] - Peace Through Video Games, and When News Isn't News

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Eleanor Goldfield has broadcasted Act-Out! on the Occupy.com website and youtube every week for 70+ weeks. The topics covered are fantastic, as is her opening poetry. More people should know that Occupy! is alive and well. 

The whole (powerful) first part of the show is about a new video game called 'This War of Mine.'   The creators' aim?  To stir critical thinking, compassion, empathy, and yes - even remorse, through video games.  Read more about their work at: 11bitstudios.com  

'When News Isn't News' starts at 20:10. 'Native Ads' are posing Ads as 'news.' (Just think the implications in the wrong hands: malicious code potentially embedded onto progressive media sources!) Watch, and learn.

Read the rest of the story HERE:

At www.occupy.com

 

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I am a low-to-no-income person getting-older. I work (when i have work) as a seasonal gardener. I'm tired of seeing America eroded by corporate neo- fascists, and tired of watching the gift of life on this miraculous planet be exploited and (more...)
 

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