The Keep it Real Diverse Rx2 game can be used as a stand-alone connection tool, simply purchased and facilitated by students, faculty or administration. For a more in-depth training experience, a Diverse administrator can come to your college or university to facilitate a customized two-hour to half a day, or a full-day workshop, in which we train all workshop participants to facilitate their own Keep it Real Diverse Rx2 game workshops, replete with original and impactful ice-breakers and exercises, dialogue activities, facilitation skill training and more. All workshop participants will feel confident to facilitate their own ongoing workshops.
The Keep it Real Diverse Rx2 game offers a profound and lasting EXPERIENCE of diversity and makes diversity fun and engaging. Participants like to play the game for hours at a time as it helps them to understand themselves, one another, and the world while they bond and connect with one another. As participants share perspectives on widely ranging issues and engage in unusual and extraordinarily fun interactions, they find themselves opening their hearts and minds, creating an environment in which everyone listens to one another on a much deeper level. This is where real change happens and it happens with one another, from the inside out, not imposed from the outside in.
The Keep it Real Diverse Rx2 game looks like a treasure chest. It is a sturdy, beautifully produced game. Each game contains 15 truth stones (playing pieces), 144 gold coins, velvet pouches, a vibrant game board, pencils and drawing paper, a sand timer, vision glasses, two dice, a clown’s nose, and colorful game cards in eight categories which contain almost 800 questions, challenges and interactions through which players journey together deep into the humanity of their inner worlds.
Each game is best played by 2 to 9 players at a time. For large groups, games can be placed on separate tables so there are groups spread throughout the room. The more the merrier as the group energy generates sparks and excitement!
The Keep it Real Diverse Rx2 game can be used as a stand-alone connection tool, simply purchased and facilitated by students, faculty or administration. For a more in-depth training experience, the creator of the Keep Real Diverse game, Leslie Robinson, can come to your college or university to facilitate a customized two-hour to half a day, or a full-day workshop, in which she trains all workshop participants to facilitate their own Keep it Real Diverse Rx2 game workshops, replete with original and impactful ice-breakers and exercises, dialogue activities, facilitation skill training and more. All workshop participants will feel confident to facilitate their own ongoing workshops after Leslie completes the training.
We have the opportunity to bring greater awareness, empathy and connection to students, faculty and administration as well as to engage them in facilitating “making a difference.” This is a unique time in American history and this effort seeks to bridge profound gaps and to produce genuine transformation. We can teach student leaders to utilize the Keep it Real Diverse Rx2 Board games to continue to connect students across all barriers and divides, on an ongoing and sustainable basis.
President Trance4mation Nation / CEO Trance4mation Games/ President Beyond the Bars LLC Inventor / Workshop Leader / Psychotherapist / Public Speaker/ Trainer
Leslie R. Robinson is a psychotherapist and the inventor of the games the Keep it Real Diverse Rx2 game and Keep it Real Diverse Rx2 Diverse (Diversity) game. Spawned from her many years of work with adolescents, adults and families, Keep it Real Diverse Rx2 was created as a forum to provide profound dialogue, trust, connection and transformation.
In 2009, Leslie founded Trance4mation Games, a company formed as the overall company for her Keep it Real Diverse Rx2 brand, Warrior Spirit Mission Homefront and RECHARGE Beyond the Bars Re-Entry games.
Moreover, Leslie has been a Program Director for at-risk youth in the South Bronx. For more than six years, she created and implemented long-term intensive arts and after-school programs in inner city schools for at-risk youth, and for two years pioneered a poetry project at Rikers Island Correctional Facilities for Men and Women. She has been a Consultant for the foster care system for the past 20 years and has supervised residences for homeless young adults, worked in homeless shelters, and worked in an emergency shelter for runaway youth. A former adjunct professor in literature and writing at the College of New Rochelle, Leslie graduated Summa Cum Laude with a Masters Degree in Creative Writing.
Leslie has been developing and facilitating highly lauded workshops on leadership development, diversity and inclusion, professional development, veteran reintegration and service learning on college campuses nationwide. Her areas of expertise are: Diversity and Inclusion, Leadership Development, Team Building, Veteran Reintegration, Empowerment, Professional Development, Retreats, Resiliency and Mental Health. For two years, Leslie was a Department of Defense Yellow Ribbon Reintegration Speaker, presenting to Service Members and their families nationwide. She was honored for her work in a ceremony presented by the President of Nasdaq, by ringing the closing bell at Nasdaq Marketsite on December 30, 2014. She has appeared on Al Jazeera America , on the Security Brief on Reelz T.V., on Sirius radio and on numerous national radio broadcasts.