Human Library Book Application
Everyone has a story to share.
The MCC Human Library is looking for students, faculty, and staff to serve as books! If you think you have a story that others would like to hear, then please fill out this form and we'll contact you about your submission.
The event will take place at the Raymond F. Damato Library on Monday and Tuesday, April 6 & 7, from 12:30pm until 3:00pm.
Human Library Book applications must be completed by Friday, March 13, 2020.
What is the Human Library?
The Human Library creates an exciting opportunity for our MCC community to connect one-on-one with each other to share unique sets of life experiences, stories, and knowledge in order to promote values of tolerance and understanding. Human Books will be checked out by Readers for conversations in the Library to celebrate our differences, break down barriers, encourage new ideas, and strengthen our community. Books are people from all walks of life who have a story to share about any aspect of their identity and experience-- just like you!
For more information about the Human Library Project, go to our guide:
Your first name
Your last name
Your phone number
What is your role on campus?
The Human Library event is scheduled for Monday, April 6, and Tuesday, April 7, from 12:30pm until 3pm. I am available to be a Book on (you may select more than one slot)
Monday, April 6 12:30-1:30
Monday, April 6 1:30-3:00
Tuesday, April 7 12:30-1:30
Tuesday, April 7 1:30-3:00
How would you like your book to be listed?
For some inspiration check out
Need help with a title? Let us know.
Your Book Title
Please describe why you are interested in being a Book. For example, how do you feel your story would help others or what stereotypes are you trying to break down?
Are you comfortable with having your picture and Book title shared on marketing materials and social media? If yes, please email a headshot of yourself to Paula Pini (
). If you would prefer to have us take your picture, please let us know and we will schedule a time that is convenient.
Will you need accessibility or other accommodations while participating in the Human Library?
Is there anything else we should know about you?
Adapted from Fairfield University and Naugatuck Valley Community College's Book form.
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