The first impact study of the Human Library online format shows that Human Library events help Readers understand a broader scope of diversity
It is about recognizing that we are imperfect, we make mistakes, we all make judgements and we have unconscious biases.
“As I cried for social justice, I found the issues of intolerance and conflict to be something that desperately needs to be worked on.”
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.
Report from the first Human Library in Muncie, IN with 40 new books that volunteered to help bring about a better understanding of our diversity.
“I feel I have a responsibility to talk about it and by having difficult conversations, I believe I make it easier for others to share their stories.”
Alongside curated books, catwalks, and books for reading, the Flybrary at Burning Man this year will also be hosting the first ever Human Library.
Premier Foods in the UK has invited the Human Library to host a series of sessions to help their staff better understand diversity.
One of the worlds most diverse neighbourhoods is about to get its own Human Library Book Depot.
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.