Simulating Equity

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Abstract

Systems of injustice are preserved through patterns of individual action within the context of a policy environment. School segregation is one of those systems that is created and maintained through residential choices and school choices that separate people by class and race. Challenging the normalization of these problematic actions requires a fundamental shift in viewpoints and values. My work uses an interactive simulation to challenge the acceptance of actions that maintain the status quo by revealing consequences of user choice on the community and facilitating the imagining of alternate futures.


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