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What's a human library?

A human library is one in which the books are humans with stories. The connecting theme is that the books' stories revolve around the person's experiences with prejudice, discrimination, or hardships beyond their control. The purpose is to promote understanding within a diverse community. 

"Readers," the people coming to the event, will browse the shelves and choose a book to sit down with. The book will tell their story allowing for the reader to ask questions. It is our wish to provide a safe place for candid conversations. 

 

Thursday November 4, 2021  1pm-3pm

at the Ross Pendergraft Library & Technology Center Room 300B This program is presented by the library in collaboration with the Social Movements class of Fall 2021. 

 

Book titles:

  • Trans
  • Polyamory
  • Footprints
  • Non-binary
  • Immigrant
  • Librarian in Blue
  • Southern Jew
  • Drug Addict
  • A Series of Unfortunate Misunderstandings & Miscommunications: My Black Life
  • Hillbilly Professor

Contact Me

contact image    email: Sherry Tinerella 

479-964-0571     RPL 121 - stinerella@atu.edu