Human Library Winston-Salem Interest Form
Human libraries cultivate a space for conversation that can challenge stigma, negative stereotypes and prejudices through dialog.

The Human Library uses a library analogy of lending people rather than books.

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.

This event provides a safe space to ask questions of a person with an experience of prejudice in order to break down walls and stop "judging a book by its cover".

Examples of "books" that represent these pillars from the international Human Library site:

(Please provide an email address that you check so we can follow up on this interest form with you - we promise to use this email address only to follow up and coordinate with you. Your information will never be given or sold to a third party.)
Email address *
Your Name *
This will not be shared but will be kept for our records so we can follow up with you.
Your answer
Please let us know if you are available/interested in the upcoming Human Library event(s)?
Have you attended a "Human Library" event before?
Yes - "Human Library Winston-Salem,NC" at Venture Cafe (May 16, 2019)
Yes - another Human Library Project
No (not applicable)
No - I have not attended an event for this project yet.
As an attendee (aka "reader")
As a "librarian"
As a "book"
If you have attended another Human Library event, where and when was it hosted?
(for instance "I attended a Human Library event held at Elon University in Jan 2018")
Your answer
Do you feel you have a story or life experience that needs to be shared? *
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