Mirman School Presents: The Human Library Campaign
The Human Library Campaign is an interactive experience where readers hear the personal narratives of an individual who acts as a human book centralized around a specific theme. The "books" are people who differ from readers in life experiences, perspectives, appearance and beliefs. The goal is to help challenge stereotypes by changing the single stories we may have about people within and beyond our immediate communities.
In addition to special events featuring the "books" and stories featured on this page, we will have an ongoing Human Library Campaign exhibit in the McDaniel Library, where you can always stop by to see photos of our "books," grab recommended resources from our collection, and more!
This campaign is led by Robin Raval, Librarian. Please contact her if you'd like to learn more or get involved!
Check out one of our "books" by clicking on the links below
Brought to campus by the Human Library Campaign, Health and Wellness Week closed out April on a high and healthy note.