Crossing Paths with Colorblindness: Equality Street

In pixelated style, four people standing in the middle of a street lined with buildings. Their backs are facing the screen and all are wearing blue pants. From left to right: a white person with short hair and green shirt, a nonwhite person with a black ponytail and green tank top, a nonwhite person with short black hair and long blue shirt, and a white person with a brown ponytail and purple tank top. Across the top, in red font, "Equality Street Press Space"

It has been too long since my last student game profile on Tethered, the cooperative maze game that explored issues of domestic abuse. Equality Street was a project that emerged out of students' prior research in other classes. During the seminar portion of Gaming the System, we spent time in class discussing some basic social …