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Worldmaking: Unlocking a Racially Just World

Building a racially just world will require all of us. At the Worldworking Beyond SOAS Conference (July 13 and 14th), JASS joins academics, students, creatives, thinkers, and social justice movements to imagine and construct racial justice strategies for a more liberated world.

What’s liberation without play?

What’s liberation without play?

In doing the work for transformative change, it is important to think for a moment about the place of play in making visions of a racially just world. A simulation, like a game, has the potential to disrupt because it takes people outside of the real world and puts them into an imaginary space.


Worldmaking beyond SOAS: In Conversation

Worldmaking beyond SOAS: In Conversation

To learn about five projects which are part of the Worldmaking Beyond SOAS in more detail, Amelia Donkor sat down with each project lead and with Dr Awino Okech from SOAS, University of London for conversations about the initiative.





Come and learn about the Game at our session on July 14 at 14:30 UTC (15:30 UK time). Moderated by JASS Executive Director, Shereen Essof, the panel will have in-depth discussion about the concepts underpinning the game: Power, Radical Imagination, and Feminist Popular Education.



Play with us

Play with us

Host a game party with your friends or family. Download all the components of the game and send an email to share your experiences with us:


Meet the Worldmakers

Dr Awino Okech

Assoc Prof of Political Sociology at SOAS
JASS Board of Directors, Co-chair
United Kingdom

Shereen Essof

JASS Executive Director

Rosa Chávez

JASS Country Coordinator

Onyeka Nwabunnia

Research and Administration Officer at EJS Center

Tasha Pick

Queer Feminist Researcher
United Kingdom

Ronald Wesso

Organiser and Popular Educator
JASS Advisor
South Africa

Adelaide Mazwarira

JASS Communications Manager
South Africa

Alexa Bradley

JASS Programme Director
United States

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