The Human Library is Coming to CRC!
What is the Human Library?
The Human Library is a worldwide initiative that has worked to promote social inclusion and community building with the intent to reduce biases of all kinds. Each human library seeks to be responsive to its own community by providing 30-minute interactions between living “Books” and “Readers.” It is a safe space for dialogue and personal conversation. Since 2000, Human Libraries have been helping people “unjudge” others through one-on-one interactions. For more information, see the official Human Library website.
What are Human Books?
Human Libraries "publish" individuals who belong to a group that has experienced stigma, stereotyping, or prejudices. These include but are not limited to ethnicity, disability, gender and sex, health, sexuality, neurodiversity, religion, and social status.
Would You Like to be Involved in CRC’s Human Library?
- To make the Human Library successful, we will need many helping hands before the event and the day of the event.
- We are looking for “Books” from our surrounding community. If you know someone who may like to share their perspective and experiences, please ask them to complete this form (coming soon) or send your recommendation to Lesley Gale at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Upcoming Human Library Events
There are no upcoming events at this time.
- Human Library Project
- Human Library Explained in One Minute (video)
- Borrow a Stereotype: Teaching Tolerance through the Living Library Project (video)
- Sign-up form to participate or volunteer (coming soon)
For more information contact Leslie Gale at email@example.com.