Video game seeks to fight racism by putting players in the shoes of a Black father
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By Omar Younis (Reuters) - With calls for police reform and protests across the United States, software engineer Bryant Young is hoping to use virtual reality (VR) to fight racism. "Our America" puts the viewer in the driver's seat as a Black father takes his son to school. Along the way, they are pulled over by the police, leading to life and death choices. "The audience has to go through these different scenarios, whether it's subtle or overt racism, and has to navigate these different conversations and interactions properly," explained 25-year-old Young. When Young was 16 years old, his dad...