Actually Curious boasts socially conscious card games that seek to “help players build connections through meaningful questions.” On Memorial Day, on the ceremonial anniversary of George Floyd’s death, Actually Curious released a new product—the Human Rights edition of its game. This deck, which seeks to promote equality for all, includes voices from thought-leaders across various sectors. The topics of this deck revolve around questions around LGBTQ+ and women’s rights, mental health, and beyond. The game aims to spark thoughts and discussions on diversity and inclusion.
This edition of Actually Curious’ card game consists of 52 black cards that are well-designed. Thanks to its pocket size, the deck is easily transportable. In addition, it is important to note that the cards are made with eco-friendly materials and socially conscious labor practices.
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