S.C.O.R.E.- Starting a Conversation on Race Equality

Game night!


"S.C.O.R.E. was such a great conversation starter!"  


-Ellie Olson, 8th Grade

 

Cameron Anderson (16 years old),

really enjoyed playing with her girlfriends. "It's a great game to have a conversation and get to talk and play something unique".

 

"When can we play this game again? It was so interesting what other people thought when asking questions, plus I won!  Thanks for inventing this game, I can't wait to see it in my classroom better yet, I want my family to have this game for our game night."


-Katelyn Yang, 7th Grade




 

The Montbriand's-

"We had so much fun, I didn't want to stop playing the game but it was getting so late. We had family and friends playing it with us! Wow! What a meaningful, enlightening game.  I would like to share this game with my students."

Clara Montbriand, Spanish Interpreter, Teacher

Greg Montbriand, Math Teacher







In Picture: 


Mr.Jesse, Paraprofessional at Park High School in Cottage Grove, MN and Rob M. (16 years old).


"This is a great game to start a conversation with others you don't really know."


 - Devon, 16 years old


 

S.C.O.R.E.- Starting a Conversation on Race Equality was created by Audrey Clausen in response to the harsh realities of racism in America, and most importantly in the communities we live in.

 
This game is targeted towards children (5+ up) but can be played at any age. Use this game for your school, business AND at home!

This game helps to start a conversation between people, regardless of race/ethnicity, sexual orientation, religion, political views, etc. At the end of the day, we are all human and should be treated equally.

To purchase the S.C.O.R.E.- Start a Conversation on Race Equality Game Board, click "Buy Now" below.

Ages 5+ (even adults can play!)
240 cards
7 Game pieces
up to 10 BONUS cards!

News

 

S.C.O.R.E. - Starting a Conversation on Racial Equality Summer Internship        

 

May 22- August 24, 2015

 

Job Type: Intern

 

Salary: Unpaid

 

Location: Mainly Cottage Grove, MN (Suburb of St. Paul, MN)

 

Start: May 22, 2015

 

End: August 24, 2015

 

Summary: S.C.O.R.E. – Starting a Conversation on Racial Equality is a children’s game that was produced from Audrey Clausen’s personal experience with racism as an African American woman growing up on the south side of Chicago, Ill. and migrating to a suburb of St. Paul, Minn. Audrey Clausen has worked in the S. Washington County Schools District 833 for 13 years before retiring to focus on S.C.O.R.E. This game was targeted for children but can be used for schools, businesses, families, and single adults to understand the negative effects of racism in America, so that we can begin to heal and move towards treating one another equally, regardless of race.

 

Primary Duties: S.C.O.R.E. seeks a highly motivated intern to work in different aspects of the organization. This intern will primarily market S.C.O.R.E. with a special emphasis on social media and website content. If the intern is available, h/she may assist on business meetings as it pertains to their work on specific projects. The projects may include, but aren’t limited to: restructure of game cards (design) and logo, and research/network with community organizations. This is an unpaid 10-week long opportunity. This position has the potential to gain relationships in the education and non-profit organization fields.

 

Responsibilities may include, but aren’t limited to:

  1. Create graphics for website
  2. Create website tools to appeal to customers
  3. Utilize social media tools to appeal to customers
  4. Create strategies for particular business meetings
  5. Assist with research on projects and initiatives related to networking and communication

 

 

 

Experience:

  1. Strong commitment to mission of establishing racial equity amongst the community and nation
  2. Friendly around children
  3. Positive attitude towards the work and mission of S.C.O.R.E.
  4. An entrepreneurial spirit and learning orientation with ability to embrace and implement direct feedback and new ideas
  5. Analytical and problem solving skills
  6. Strong networking skills and ability to build relationships virtually, and also personal connections

 

To apply, please send resume to racismisbullying1@gmail.com.

 

If you have questions, please email racismisbullying1@gmail.com or call Brittany at (651)410-4841.

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