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Wednesday, July 15 • 5:00pm - 6:00pm
Building Bridges to Fight Hate in Games

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According to a 2019 survey from ADL, 74% of American adults have experienced harassment in online games. At the same time, 88% reported positive social experiences in these same spaces. In order to ensure that online games become the respectful and inclusive space they can be, it will take an all of society response. Join a conversation with industry, academia and civil society on work that's being done to make that happen.

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Daniel Kelley

Associate Director, Center for Technology and Society, ADL
Daniel Kelley (he/him/his) is the Associate Director of ADL’s Center for Technology and Society (CTS). He leads the agency's work securing justice and fair treatment for all in online game environments, building bridges between the game industry, academia and civil society to make... Read More →

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Kat Schrier

Associate Professor/Director of Games, Marist College
Dr. Kat (Karen) Schrier is an Associate Professor/Director of Games at Marist College. She has written or edited over 100 scholarly publications and educational materials. She is the author of ”Knowledge Games,” (JHU Press, 2016). She is also the editor of "100 Games to Use in... Read More →
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Kimberly Voll

Co-Founder, Stray Bombay
Kim holds a PhD in AI, a cognitive-science Honours degree, and today co-runs her own studio. Previously, a principal technical designer at Riot Games, she helped create the Player Dynamics design discipline, while working on League of Legends and Valorant. In 2017, she co-founded... Read More →
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Gabriela Richard

Assistant Professor of Education, Pennsylvania State University, College of Education
Gabriela T. Richard is an Assistant Professor of Learning, Design and Technology at Penn State University and an ADL Center for Technology and Society Belfer fellow (2019-20). She researches how youth and adults engage in learning, socialization, collaboration, and identity formation... Read More →

Wednesday July 15, 2020 5:00pm - 6:00pm EDT