My grandfather was an Irish Catholic cop in Chicago. Seriously. Sergeant Devaney. But to assume that all cops back in the day in Chicago were Irish and Catholic would be racist. There’s a lot of situations like this in life, and trying to navigate the world of political correctness can be rough. It’s also important to be able to learn, discuss these topics, but also to laugh at ourselves a little. That’s what Right or Racist tries to do. It’s a new party card game up on Kickstarter.
From the campaign:
America is a divided country. One side claims that America has become too racist, sexist and hateful, while the side says people have become too sensitive and politically correct. I created this game to help shed some light on the truth, and try to determine once and for all, what is right and what is racist. I hope that this game becomes a tool for us to learn about one another and ourselves, engage in useful dialogue, and most importantly, to laugh at ourselves. NOTE – some items have been censored due to kickstarter regulations. The actual game is not censored.
STEREOTYPES: Are they RIGHT? Or Are they RACIST?
Right Or Racist is the party card game that confirms and combats stereotypes based on data, studies, and general information. There are 500 cards included in each set of Right Or Racist.
300 Stereotype Cards
100 Debate Cards
100 Player Cards
The Kickstarter campaign is up and running now. It’s set to go for another 41 days.