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The Human Library exists to promote dialogue and inclusion towards persons who have experienced prejudice due to how they identify. This guide explains how NAU's Human Library assists in that mission and how faculty and students can participate.
Cline Library, the Office of Inclusion: Multicultural and LGBTQIA Services, and Faculty Development will be hosting a Human Library on March 6th, 2019 from 3-7p.m at the Office of Inclusion in the Kaibab Room in the Student Union. Check out the library's Human Library Facebook pagefor more information.
Significant ways to be involved in the event:
Volunteer to be a "Librarian" at the event and help connect readers with books. Sign up at the info session or via the online form for volunteers.
Volunteer to be a "Human Book" at the event and share a part of your identity that others may be curious about. Please feel free to recommend others to consider signing up for this critical role--we can't have a library without book volunteers! Sign up at the info session or via the online form for Human “Books”
Please note that you do not need to attend an info session to volunteer OR be a “Book” but you will need to register via the form and select a training session that works for you.
If you simply want to attend as a reader, you do not need to register or attend any of the information sessions/trainings ahead of time.