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July 09, 2007

SWEAT in LA Times

Ana Gorman of the L.A. Times has written a story about the growing canon of games about immigration. Crosser, La Migra, and Squeezed feature prominently in this well researched article. So too does SWEAT collaborator Francisco Ortega for his board games on the theme. Ms. Gorman has done an impressive job of interviewing advocacy groups who have authored games, policy research centers, and funding organizations — as well as crazy artists and designers who thought games of this sort should exist.

Posted by SWEAT at July 9, 2007 09:31 PM