Students from seven local schools are using the gaming experience to make St. Louis a more inclusive community.
The students, from both Missouri and Illinois, met Monday in downtown St. Louis to begin working on a new gaming app. The goal of the new app is to create a game that will help the player recognize bias, bigotry and appreciate diversity.
The app project is sponsored by the non-profit group Common Circles, a group founded three years ago to help sponsor diversity and inclusion in the St. Louis area.
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