Human Library Book Application Form
Greenwood Library will be hosting The Human Library event on October 22.

The Human Library is an event that aims to create a dialogue and understanding between people. Individuals volunteer as human “books” and participants at the event can “read” the book – meaning they would have a one-on-one conversation with the volunteer and share in a dialogue about that individual’s experience.

We need students, faculty, and staff who have volunteered to share their experiences centered around discrimination, and/or want to break down barriers based on race, religion, sexual preference, class, gender, identity, and lifestyle choices.

Email address *
First name *
Your answer
Last name *
Your answer
What is your role on campus? *
Required
What times are you available to be a book? *
Required
Your Book Title (How would you like to be listed?) *
Your answer
Your Book Description (Briefly describe why you are interested in being a "book". What stereotype(s) are you looking to break down? *
Your answer
Are you comfortable with having your picture and book titles shared on social media? *
Required
Will you need any accommodations while participating in the Human Library? (i.e. mobility access, food allergies, etc.) *
If you answered "yes" to the previous question, what accommodations will you need? (answers will only be shared with event organizers)
Your answer
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