Indigenous Rights History Game
Compete with your friends to build an accurate timeline of Indigenous peoples struggle for their rights in the U.S and Canada. Players will have fun trying to guess where their card fits on the timeline, and the game gets more difficult the longer you play. People alive during the AIM and water rights movements will find this game especially engaging to recall major events in their lifetime.
This game covers the history of indigenous rights from the 1900s to 2015. For 2 to 8 players ages 8 and above.
Education Edition includes a study guide, references, extended instructions, and any cards that don’t fit in the travel edition.
Travel Edition is the size of a deck of playing cards and includes 100 cards including an instruction card.