Human Library

Human LibraryCheck Out a Human Book…

The aim of the Human Library is to encourage conversations that challenge stereotypes and prejudices. During a Human Library event, customers check out human Books to read through one-on-one 20-minute conversations.

The Safety Harbor Public Library will host a Human Library in the future and is recruiting human Books. During the event, patrons check-out human Books for one-on-one conversations with the goal of fostering dialogue that challenges stereotypes and prejudices. 

Do you defy a stereotype and have valuable experiences readers could benefit from learning about? Are you motivated to help challenge stigma and stereotypes through dialogue and personal conversation? 

For more information on how to become a Book and share your experiences, please complete this form and we will contact you.

Human Library stereotypes

The idea for the Human Library was born in Copenhagen, Denmark in 2000. Participants can "borrow" a person for a conversation and build a positive framework, in a safe space for conversations through understanding

For more information about the program, visit the Human Library website and view these short videos: 

For more information on Safety Harbor Public Library’s Human Library, please contact Lisa at lkothe@cityofsafetyharbor.com.


This event is sponsored by the Friends of the Safety Harbor Library.