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Human Library: Sharing Stories, Empowering Community will empower the University of Colorado Boulder (CU) community to share and engage in authentic, lived experiences through the powerful mechanism of storytelling. This event will foster dialogue, commun
CU Living Library. Dialoging Difference. March 1st, 2018 3:00-5:00. Norlin Library Circulation Area

About the CU Living Library

The CU Living Library: Dialoguing Difference event is an opportunity for people to engage with one another around stories in a supportive environment which encourages questions and open mindedness. “Books” -- people who are willing to share stories about their lives and diverse personal backgrounds -- and small groups of “Readers” will engage in brave, in-depth, authentic conversations across gender, race, nationality, religion, and ability. This event will allow students and campus community members to experience positive, authentic conversations, learning about themselves and others.

Organized by:  Megan WelshJuleah Swanson, Lindsay Roberts.

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Coming Out Overseas
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The Truth Off
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Clothed in Strength 
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Book 7

Grief & Mental Illness 
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Book 8

Turning a Blind Eye
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Book 9

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I Killed My Mother
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You Have to Pick One or the Other  
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Chronicles of a "Never Enough" Kid 
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Twelve Words To A Twelve Year Old
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Book 14

Static in the Feedback Loop
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Volunteer to be a book.

Share your story. 

Living Books will share stories about their lives in order to challenge assumptions and to engage in respectful conversation with the members of the CU community, who borrow them. Dialoguing through difference.

Questions & Contacts Megan Welsh |  Juleah Swanson | Lindsay Roberts

Photo credits: Book 1 by Ben White; Book 2 by Claude Piche; Book 3 by Caroline Hernandez; Book 4 by Harli Marten; Book 5 by Craig Whitehead; Book 6 by Rosie Kerr; Book 7 by Volkan Olmez; Book 8 by Clem Onojeghuo; Book 9 by Vlad Tchompalov; Book 10 by Matt Hoffman; Book 11 by Matias Rengal; Book 12 by Alexandre Debiève. Guide by CSinkinson.