Inequality-opoly: The Game of Structural Racism and Sexism in America

is a diversity equity and inclusion training game that transforms recent national studies into an engaging, personalized, and educational experience that fosters genuine and informed conversations.

 

In a world where wealth inequality is increasingly stark, Inequality-opoly serves as both a tool for self-reflection and a space for dialogue about the structural inequality in their everyday lives. As an educational tool, it opens up conversations about topics most people have been afraid to discuss: race, gender and class. The goal is for participants to be able to recognize the benefits and disadvantages of the current system and create an awareness of how structural racism and sexism affects others. Inequality-opoly can be used in schools and workplaces to promote anti-racism, diversity and inclusion.

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The Mission

The Mission of Inequality-opoly is to spread awareness and advance discourse about how structural racism and sexism affect the accumulation and sustaining of wealth in America.

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About the Creator

Inequality-opoly is created by Perry Clemons, an former 3rd grade and ESL educator and current educational game creator. Perry is the founder of Clemons Education Inc. which strives to create educational games and experiences that are MIRRORS for Self-discovery, WINDOWS into other worlds, and DOORS to new opportunities. 

 

LEARNING OUTCOMES

Intersectionality

Participants will understand the intersecting structural obstacles to building wealth as a woman and/or person of color

Finance

Participants will become more financially literate by learning about investments, inheritance, mortgage, assets, and liabilities. 

Solutions

Participants will learn about proposed solutions to reduce or eliminate the impact of Racism and Sexism.

 
Inequality-opoly Covers the Following Topics
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Racial and Gender Pay Gap
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Prison Industrial Complex
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Mortgage Approval/Denial
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Entrepreneurship
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Health Insurance
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Intimate Partner Violence
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Natural Disasters
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Student Loan Debt
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Recidivism
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Inheritance
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Sexual Orientation Discrimination
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Mental Health
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Voting Disenfranchisement
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And More! Unfortunately! 
 
 

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