The Human Library set a new record when 500 employees from manufacturing company Velux joined our “Reading Hall” sessions in Odense.
Sean from New Zealand joined the Human Library in 2022. When Sean was 58 years old, he was diagnosed with ADHD. Read about his story of being diagnosed, the misconceptions and being a Book on it.
As we approach the season of giving, the Human Library is reaching out to our community to make a lasting impact this #GivingTuesday
In the middle of Covid in 2020, Matthew joined the Human Library as a Book. He publishes with two topics: Disabled and Gay and you can read about his story here.
More than 65 readers dropped by the Simeon Rajaona Library in Antananarivo for the first Human Library on the island.
Peggy Lewis, dedicated volunteer and Human Library Book Depot Manager, received the Vivian V. Conley Award for Distinction in Advocacy for Social Justice for her work with the Human Library.
The Human Library contributed to this year’s Copenhagen Pride week with a pop-up event at City Hall Square. The Ten Books completed over 50 loans in one afternoon.
In 2020, Filip was diagnosed with cancer and got both of his legs amputated. Read about his story as an amputee and being an open book on the topic.
Since childhood, Linda has lived with a sense of people being around her. She’s an Open Book and shares her story of being a psychic healer, but also about living as an outsider.
Paris’ story, on the surface, is about the care system: how she got into it, what her experience was like, and how it is affecting her to this day. Mostly, however, her story is about making a life for herself despite all that happened and how to get something positive out of what she has experienced.