Stuart Duncan: Why do we need safe virtual play spaces?

Part 3 of the TED Radio Hour episode Work, Play, Rest – Part 2.

Bullies are everywhere, especially online. That’s why Stuart Duncan created AutCraft: a Minecraft server where kids with autism can play freely.

About Stuart Duncan

Stuart Duncan is the founder of AutCraft, a Minecraft server for children with autism and their families. This virtual community empowers young autistic people to play without fear of bullies or trolls, express themselves freely, and feel self-confident. Duncan founded the server as a way to help one of his sons, who has autism, and it has now grown to more than

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