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.
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…
“As I cried for social justice, I found the issues of intolerance and conflict to be something that desperately needs to be worked on.”
With support from Z Zurich Foundation an external study to investigate the impact of the Human Library is now underway.
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.
The Human Library Organization has accepted an invitation to publish our books at the Danish Parliament as part of Constitution Day celebrations.
The Human Library and the World Bank are joining forces on the international day of Diversity, Dialogue and Development
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.
Allison McFadden-Keesling has hosted more than 20 Human Library events at Oakland Community College in Michigan. After her family comes the library.