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11/16/2016 00:00:00 Fight Night Downtown

Fight Night takes the form of an actual election. We in the audience are the electorate. We are each given a mobile electronic device with which we can cast our votes. Five candidates offer us their background and platforms. We then have to decide who to vote for. But then, we are given more information, some of it quite surprising. All of a sudden how we view each candidate changes. How much of our choice is based on preconceived notions on each candidate's looks, clothing style, race, gender, age and speaking style? How much of it is based on the content of each candidate's speech?
by via City of Toronto All Events

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