The Scott Memorial Library is a supporter of the Human Library Organization's efforts to challenge prejudice and discrimination. This Human Library Event is open to students, clinicians, and staff where they have the opportunity to 'check out' a 'live book'– a volunteer who has agreed to spend 30 minutes in 1:1 conversation with a ‘reader’. Each volunteer book has experienced some form of discrimination (such as, intolerance, bigotry, inequity, or prejudice) because of who they are.


Submissions from 2014


Human Library: Book Descriptions, Patricia Wynne, BSN, MS


Human Library: Thomas Jefferson University Guidelines for Readers, Patricia Wynne, BSN, MS