Naperville: Sharing of Diverse Life Experiences Focus of Human Library
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NAPERVILLE, Ill. ~ Naperville, Illinois - The City of Naperville, Naperville Public Library, and Naper Pride have joined forces to host a unique event called the Human Library®. This program will take place on Saturday, April 20th from 1 to 4 p.m. at the 95th Street Library located at 3015 Cedar Glade Dr.

The Human Library® was created by a Denmark-based nonprofit organization and aims to create a safe space for personal conversations that challenge prejudice and discrimination. It also strives to promote greater cohesion across social, religious, and ethnic divisions. Instead of borrowing books, attendees will have the opportunity to "check out" human books with diverse life experiences. These human books will share their stories and attendees are encouraged to ask questions.

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The event is free and registration is encouraged. Interested individuals can find more details and register at For more information about the Human Library®, please visit

This event is part of the City's "Embracing Community: Expanding Our Dialogue, Deepening Our Understanding" series which aims to foster inclusion among different generations, cultures, and those with diverse experiences. The series includes storytelling and intentional dialogue opportunities for the community to deepen their understanding of one another.

Don't miss this chance to participate in an inclusive community conversation and learn from others' lived experiences. Join us at the Human Library® on April 20th!

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