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Submitted by awkwardhamster 593d ago | interview

Pulitzer Prize winner Sheryl WuDunn Details Half the Sky Movement: The Game

Author Sheryl WuDunn shares the inception of Half the Sky Movement and advocating through the book to spread awareness of women's issues across the world. Sheryl details how the game was a progression from book to PBS documentary leading up to the game. Working with Games for Change with the support of Zynga & FaceBook to deliver a game that addresses women's social issues and allows users to support a cause through gameplay. (Casual games, Culture, Facebook, Games for Change, Half the Sky Movement: The Game, Sheryl WuDunn, Zynga, Zynga)

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YoureINMYWay85  +   593d ago
Meh...Facebook games
gamerlive  +   593d ago
Cool to see serious games take off.

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