The Human Library

September 26, 2017 at 12:00 am Leave a comment

humanlibraryThe Human Library
Tuesday, October 3rd, Wednesday,
October 4th, and Thursday October 5th
12:00pm – 4:00pm
University Union, Potomac Lounge

 

 

A Human Book is a person who has volunteered to challenge prejudice through respectful conversation with members of the public, who borrow them. They will have a title that relates to their experience of prejudice and/or discrimination.

Our collection will be composed of individuals representing groups in our Towson University community that are somehow exposed to stigma, prejudice and/or discrimination. Meet our “books”, break down societal prejudices, and get a deeper understanding of the TU community. Remember: “Don’t Judge a Book by the Cover”. Send inquiries to Librarian Laksamee Putnam, lputnam@towson.edu.

This event will take place in the University Union, Potomac Lounge.

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