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As a group, brainstorm a list of personalities to weave into the simulation. Work together to develop character profiles, choosing gender, age, ethnic identity, interests, occupation, family status, and personality attributes. Once your group has created the character profiles, decide who will inhabit each character during the simulation. Characters in this group can work together—or not. A "random congregant" can act as a single, radical agent or join with others to advocate for a particular issue (or set of issues).
Some personality types to consider developing include:
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