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 is preparing for a new Reading Garden season. This season, we are open for loans every Sunday from April 23rd, providing even more opportunities for Readers to unjudge someone.
It’s a cold day in October when books and librarians meet up in the Reading Garden for the last time in 2022. Read about our seasonal close.
New diversity quiz to help us unjudge We are often told not to judge a book by its cover, but that is exactly what you need to do with the new diversity quiz from the Human Library. The methodology is simple, look, judge, swipe and reflect. The purpose of the quiz is to help our…
The Human Library celebrates its 20th birthday. The library has gone from an event at a music festival to a worldwide movement for learning about diversity.
I had tears in my eyes at times during my first publication as an open book in the Human Library. I was part of a book collection that featured 70 topics.
“How do you pour your coffee, when you can’t see?”, it sounded from the table, while vigorously examining how it feels on the fingers to read Braille.