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With over 122 million copies sold, Minecraft is one of the most popular computer games of all time. Minecraft’s game play is designed to be completely open-ended. Now, people are using the game itself as a tool to change the world around them.
This episode brings you stories of how people around the world have used Minecraft to reinvent themselves, help others heal, say goodbye to a loved one, and empower their communities.
Show Notes Learn more about the Block by Block Foundation at https://blockbyblock.org/. You can also download the “My Mother’s House” Minecraft Map at http://www.thecommonpeople.tv/.
This episode features:Lydia Winters  — Brand Director at Mojang, formerly known as MinecraftChickJosh Wulf  — creator of MCT1 and founder of Magikcraft.ioVictoria Bennett  — poet and co-author of “My Mother’s House” Trupti Amritwar — Chief Executive Officer at Mumbai Environment and Social Network


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