Actually Curious Cards - Human Rights EditionActually Curious
More than a game, it's a mission. Actually Curious Cards were created in 2018 by one person to help people build connections through meaningful questions about their backgrounds, values and views on important issues.
The creator drew references from psychologists, journalists, crisis negotiators, game developers, parents and friends, and came up with a game that fosters empathetic exchange. Most questions are open-ended and will invite people of all kinds to share about themselves. The Human Rights deck is a deep, and sometimes challenging deck, that helps you explore your own bias. It's perfect for self-reflection journaling, diversity and inclusion workshops, and community discussions.
This special edition was released on the anniversary of the death of George Floyd with the purpose of aiding discussions and uncovering the biases and judgments that reinforce discrimination and inequality.
The Human Rights Edition is the perfect companion for exploring the important topics facing our society and our lives including social justice, mental health, environmental sustainability, and more.
This deck of questions is meant to be played alone or with the other decks to give players an approachable place to explore curiosity and vulnerability.
52 cards in total.
A part of our See In Color collection, a portion of this sale will go to a non-profit organization that advances diversity, equity, inclusion and justice. Check our Values page to find out what organization we're donating to now.