Gamers Against Bigotry Partners

The following organizations are established partners of Gamers Against Bigotry.  Think of it like a separate pledge, where an org can sign on to say they support the idea of working to create a more welcoming gaming community.  These are all organizations that are dedicating themselves to making gaming more welcoming for all gamers – our kind of people.

We strongly recommend checking them out, knowing that you will find a fun and inviting community  when you get there.

If you represent an organization that would like to partner up with GAB, head over to our Partnership Program page.

Partners

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Minicore Studios
The Minecraft Archives
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The Pledge:

As a gamer, I realize I contribute to an incredibly diverse social network of gamers around the world, and that my actions have the ability to impact others. In effort to make a positive impact, and to create a community that is welcoming to all, I pledge to not use bigoted language while gaming, online and otherwise.

Bigoted language includes, but is not limited to, slurs based on race? (e.g, "chink," "nigger," "wetback"), ethnicity? (e.g., "kyke," "polock"), gender? (e.g., "cunt," "bitch," "tranny"), religion? (e.g., "dirty jew," "papist"), sexual orientation? (e.g., "gay," "fag[got]," "dyke"), and disability? (e.g., "retard[ed]").

Read more about the pledge, including what is and isn't included, and the overall purpose here.

Read why you shouldn't use the word "rape" casually here.

Sign the Pledge