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The Keep It Real Board Game makes DIVERSITY fun, engaging, creative and REAL!
An ideal engagement team building and diversity and inclusion tool. The Keep It Real board game provides a profound and lasting INTERACTIVE EXPERIENCE of diversity and inclusion across all racial, religious, ethnic, class and ALL divides.
“Keep It Real” never fails to deliver an adventure in a comfortable and judge free zone. I promise you that playing the Keep It Real game will literally change your life.”
–Brian Kateman, Jeanette K. Watson Fellow
Real and Transformative Connections through a Board Game
“I facilitated a Keep It Real Diverse game training with 70 of my R.A.s, many of whom hav reported that this game is the best tool they have ever used. I have facilitated Diversity trainings, preparation for academic achievement trainings and more with this game, always with superlative results.”
–Cheryl Hinton, Stevenson University
Field-Tested and Proven:
The Keep It Real board game is presently in use at approximately 1,000 colleges and universities, to name just a few:
- University of Virginia
- Penn State University
- Harvard University
- University of Central Florida
- University of Notre Dame
- Christopher Newport University
- Massachusetts Institute of Technology
- Western Theological Seminary
- University of Oklahoma
- CUNY Schools
- Provides a safe space in which people experience one another in meaningful and transformative ways.
- Encourages greater group cohesiveness and support.
- Builds bridges across differences, and facilitates authentic and positive transformational dialogue between players.
- Increased feelings of acceptance, empathy, compassion and belonging with other participants.
- Engages even the most resistant people, allowing them to open up and speak their truth to one another.
In a world where there is so much that divides us, we must embrace that which unites us.
“Working in Higher Education for years, the Keep It Real game is my secret weapon when it comes to preparing my students to be able to speak about personal feelings, experiences and opinions.”
–Mariaelena Marcano, Assistant Director of Student Affairs/Orientation Manager/Greek Life,
The City College of New York