Reflect • Respond • Transform
Interactive Stories To Drive Change
Designed to prompt reflection, build empathy, and spark our capacity to practice intersectional equity in school settings and beyond...
More than just a story.
An immersive, interactive and intersectional experience.
Step into the complex lives of Jin, Imani, Jack, and Allie—four teenagers navigating the intricacies of school dynamics at Cross Roads High. Graduation is fast-approaching, and tensions surge as different ‘ism’s and inherited biases surface and test the students’ bonds with teachers, parents, and each other.
Influence how characters respond to challenging situations.
Witness the consequences of different approaches.
Notice when relationships become strained and egos clash, or fractures get mended and deeper connections are forged.
Dive into the 'debrief zone' after each scene.
Consider the impacts of a chosen path.
Self-paced opportunity to digest and introspect.
Gain an understanding of justice and liberation-related concepts through pop up definitions and in-game glossary.
Develop skills and tools to skilfully navigate various forms of discrimination from Black and Indigenous specific racism, to homophobia, transphobia and classism.
Progress isn't always linear, but with every choice we have the power to move beyond fear towards learning and transformation.
Chart your progress as you grow your emotional and somatic intelligence, reflexive thinking, and interpersonal skills.
Made for school communities and beyond!
Crossroads provides learners (grades 8-12) with interactive opportunities to enhance and extend core competencies in the areas of Communication, Critical Thinking, Personal and Social Responsibility.
Enhance understanding of:
• everyday prejudices and micro-aggressions
• intersectional equity principles and practices
• active witnessing responsiveness
Crossroads dovetails with the learning outcomes of the following courses:
Build capacity to:
• acknowledge and address inherited biases and gaps in your own knowledge
• have and hold courageous conversations about racism and other intersecting inequities
Real Life Success Stories
Featuring Youth Voices
Characters brought alive by youth whose life experience mirrors the characters they play.
A Labor of Love
Created by an all-BIPOC + Gender-Diverse crew of young people who’ve ‘been there’.
Red Buffalo Nova Weipert
Videographer & Sound Editor