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Despite recent criticisms that call out blackface in video game voice acting, the term "blackface" was and still is seldomly used to describe the act of casting white voice actors as characters of colour. As a result, the act of blackface in video game voice acting still occurs because of colorblind claims surrounding the digital medium and culture of games. In this paper, I position blackface in video game voice acting within a technological and cultural history of oral blackface and whitedoi:10.7202/1071450ar fatcat:tejgbd3y35g7zdvflwdor6jn2y