Right Or Racist: An All New Party Card Game launches Kickstarter Campaign
Introducing an All-New Party Card Game about Stereotypes to Reduce the Differences between the Divided American People!
June 12, 2017 ( datsyn.com) – Right or Racist is an all new party card game about stereotypes for people to play and have fun at the social gatherings. With America being divided into two sides with some people becoming too racist or sexist while other being too sensitive, the game has been created to determine who is right and who is wrong. The Miami based creators are now seeking public support for this amazing card game on Kickstarter and they are welcoming everyone to generously back this project.
“I created this game to help shed some light on the truth, and try to determine once and for all, what is right and what is racist.” Said Matthew Hanna, the creator of Right or Racist card game while introducing this game to Kickstarter community. “I hope that this game becomes a tool for us to learn about one another and ourselves, engage in useful dialogue, and most importantly, to laugh at ourselves.” He added. According to the creator, some items have been censored on the Kickstarter crowdfunding page due to regulations while the game itself is not censored at all.
Right Or Racist is the party card game that confirms and combats stereotypes based on data, studies, and general information. There are 500 cards included in each set of Right Or Racist with 300 Stereotype Cards, 100 Debate Cards and 100 Player Cards.
The Kickstarter Campaign is located on the web at: www.kickstarter.com/projects/951895566/right-or-racist and it offers pledges from $5 to $25 with rewards ranging from gratitude to the game itself for only $25 and free shipping all across the United States.
Right Or Racist is a party card game developed by Matthew Hanna from Miami, Florida. The game is created to clear the concepts of people regarding racism and hate. Moreover, the purpose of this game is to bring Americans together on a single page and reduce their divided opinion. Right or Racist is now seeking community support on Kickstarter and Matthew is welcoming everyone to back the game. www.rightorracist.com