Human Library Participation Interest form
Human libraries cultivate a space for conversation that can challenge stereotypes and prejudices through dialog. Certain people or communities are sometimes seen as abnormal because they seem different from the dominant group. These differences could be of race, faith, life choices or conditions, abilities, diet, ethnicity, political or social views, to name just a few.


Some examples of “books” readers may find at a Human Library include: a cancer survivor, a Hindu, a Muslim, a recovering addict, a refugee, a single parent, a veteran, someone who is housing insecure, someone who is living with a mental disorder, etc.

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Do you feel you have a story or life experience that needs to be shared? *
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