Black American creates VR experience to give viewers first-hand look at racism in the US

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    A black American who develops virtual reality (VR) experiences has created a scenario that features a black father encountering levels of obstacles while taking his son to school in the United States. Bryant Young, who said he had a similar experience with his own dad, hopes the VR scenario called Our America can help raise awareness about racism which is behind escalating unrest in many parts of the US.

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