- March 1st 2019 - March 1st 2019

March 1st is Zero Discrimination Day, celebrated by the UN.

No humans deserve to be discriminated against. Today, on March 1st, I will think about what I can do to help remove barriers for others, as well as how to ask those more priviliged than myself to do the same.

Moving towards zero discrimination requires a lot of work, which will take many different shapes, and require many bodies to pull together.

I decided to make a short exploration on bodies. Skeletons, just underneath our exterior which is too often cause for discrimination, are mostly similar and made up of the same components for all humans. While exploring this, I hope you’ll join me in thinking how I can use my skeleton to move towards less discrimination in all areas that affect those around me.

Thanks to Jared Lunt for the 3d model, and Free Lives for hosting me during the 6 hour jam.