Monday, February 18, 2008

Video Game: ICED – I Can End Deportation

Iceofficer Javier Anna Icedlogo_3 Breakthrough’s (www.breakthrough.tv) new video game on immigration: ICED – I Can End Deportation – has launched today at www.icedgame.com. In the game, you can step inside the shoes of one out of five immigrant teens, each of a different ethnicity and immigration status. The game teaches how immigration laws deny due process and violate human rights to all immigrants. and learn about these issues.

KJ

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ICED was designed to show people in an interactive, first-hand experience what is happening today to thousands of people on a daily basis," said game designer Heidi Boisvert. "We hope through awareness of these human rights violations, the public will take action and work toward righting this wrong."

Posted by: Iced Video Game | Feb 27, 2008 5:09:27 PM

ICED was designed to show people in an interactive, first-hand experience what is happening today to thousands of people on a daily basis," said game designer Heidi Boisvert. "We hope through awareness of these human rights violations, the public will take action and work toward righting this wrong."

Posted by: Iced Video Game | Feb 27, 2008 5:10:04 PM

Um jogo muito legal , mas ate o momento não conseguir joga-lo !
o Brazil pecisa conheçer jogos assim , aqui não tem isso...
Agradeço a todos pelo atenção e oque precisarem sobre divulgação no Brazil podem contar com a minha pessoa
Abraços fiquem com Deus.

Have nice Day!

Posted by: Erick | Feb 27, 2008 8:03:06 PM

We at Breakthrough really want people to understand that unfair immigration laws are detaining and deporting immigrants, including legal immigrants, without due process and human rights. When deporting immigrants, judges hands are tied and they cannot judge the individual circumstances of the case. This is against American ideals. Check out the game at www.icedgame.com

Posted by: Breakthrough | Mar 4, 2008 2:59:03 PM

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