Obama Administration Funds Educational Video Game Starring ‘Black Female Alien Superhero’

There are simply so many psychological processes at work when it comes disclosure that it could truly fill a comprehensive textbook. The quality and the number of UFO sightings is such that it becomes impossible to sort out fact from fiction. There have been volumes of great information put forward and vast quantities of misinformation intentionally released to the public. So it is difficult to know what to make of it all.  On the other hand there is virtually an army of people that believe that Hollywood is part of the disclosure process. Now when the government steps forward and orchestrates, funds and approves something like this that takes disclsoure to a new level altogether. 
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Under the Obama administration the federally- run and funded National Endowment for the Arts has put $100,000 of taxpayer money towards an experimental video game. It’s origin is from Spelman College out of Atlanta and is called HERadventure, which takes on politically correct spin on the “war on women”.

The Backstory

HERadventure begins when HER, a warrior woman and inhabitant of Earth’s sister planet, comes to Earth to investigate why it is causing her native planet to freeze and slowly die. HER discovers that the auras of Earth’s women are diminishing. Consequently, Earth and other parts of the universe are negatively impacted. HER enlists a corps of “superheroes in training” (HERadventure users) to take meaningful action and offer solutions to issues such as negative self-esteem, discrimination, eating disorders, and depression, which are causing women’s auras to suffer. These issues are dealt with through visual metaphors in a 3-D environment. HERadventure users “teleport” through various levels of the gaming experience with a goal of helping the superhero save her planet and ultimately serve as catalysts for positive change in the virtual and real world.

 Here is the official spin on this new game

What would happen if the societal issues affecting women put other planets at risk? Well, of course, HER, a black female superhero, would swoop in with a plan to save the universe. HER is central to HERadventure, a science fiction-based, multimedia platform project that interweaves virtual worlds, digital and social media to create a gaming and storytelling experience. HERadventure not only entertains but tackles social issues that permeate the daily reality of many women.
HER enlists a corps of “superheroes in training” (HERadventure users) to take meaningful action and offer solutions to issues such as negative self-esteem, discrimination, eating disorders, and depression, which are causing women’s auras to suffer.
The game, which releases on March 8th, also uses Facebook and Twitter as gaming platforms. HERadventure is one of nine recipients of the NEA’s maximum grant. It was created by filmmaker and digital artist Ayoka Chenzira, Ph.D. , inspired by her attitude towards social issues at large: “What we do on Earth impacts the universe − not just pollution destroying the ozone layer, for example, but our thoughts and how we organize gender roles and social systems also have impact.”
Under Chenzira’s tutelage, three female Spelman students spent their semester researching the rarity of black superheroes and the work of female black cartoonists such as Jackie Ormes, using their findings as a jumping-off point to drive the themes of HERadventure. Cyncere White, one of the students, says, “We definitely want HERadventure to be fun, but we also want the targeted age group to recognize and understand that we have to figure out how to change the social issues that hinder black women.”
Another of the student researchers, Carina-Michelle Francis: “As a producer, I want positive imagery of black women to be my focal point. There are no black women out there who are doing what Tyler Perry is able to do. I want to be that woman.”
Naturally, not everyone is on board, least of all the watchdog sites like Speak With Authority:
The description defies parody. $100,000 of taxpayer money is going to help develop a video game about a female alien sent to earth to rescue her own planet. […] Although it is the smorgasbord of politically correct elements that makes this project entertaining to write about, the bottom line is that the government has taken $100,000 from the taxpayers and given it to someone to develop a video game.