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Albert S. Cook Library

Human Library at Towson University

An annual event co-sponsored by the Albert S. Cook Library and Center for Student Diversity, bringing together the Towson campus community to challenge stereotypes through respectful conversations.

Human Books Available

October 22nd

October 23rd

Pro-Black, White Privilege

Bisexual, Non-Binary, Latinx, Hispanic, Depression, Eating Disorder

Depression and Anxiety, Unmarried Mother, Vegan

Animal Rights activist, Depression, PTSD

Cult Survivor, Gender Non-conforming

Infertility

Animal Rights activist, Depression, PTSD

ADHD, Sports, Podcasting, Republican

Trailer Trash, Childless by Choice

Queer, Feminist, Survivor (of Sexual Assault/Molestation)

Getting older- the cane as magic wand, Facing the fear of others, being gifted and talented

Gay person with Multiple Sclerosis

Bisexual, Non-Binary, Latinx, Hispanic, Depression, Eating Disorder

ADD, Non-binary

African American and Christian

Black, Female, Minority Student

Bisexual

Bisexual

 

Depression and Anxiety, Unmarried Mother, Vegan
  Alcoholic, ADHD, Lower income
  Polyamorous, PTSD

View past event titles here. If you are interested in becoming a Human Book, contact Sarah Gilchrist at diversityworks@towson.edu or submit your information here: http://bit.ly/humanlibrarytowson.