Still We Sit is a escape room that portrays what happened at the Greensboro Four sit-ins. This movement consisted in nonviolent protests that helped stop segregation in the U.S. However, they started specifically at a lunch counter in Greensboro with four men, and expanded to neighboring cities.
“Injustice anywhere is a threat to justice everywhere.”
– Martin Luther King Jr.
The objective of this escape room is to try to stick to the real part of the story and desegregate the lunch counters. However, to do so players will need to solve different puzzles. These puzzles are related to the events of the protest and showcase not only some of the characters that motivated this protest but also songs, interesting stories, and events that happened in the sit-ins.
Roles and Responsibilities
✦ Puzzle Design
✦ PPT Presentation
✦ Video Editing (Trailer)
Trailer and Presentation (Spoilers)
National Archives Workshop
On April 17, 2019, my group and I had the honor to be invited to present our escape room at the National Archives where multiple participants had the opportunity to try and play our escape room and others from the Computer Gaming and Simulation program at Montgomery College.