What if there was a way to help people meet and talk with others whose lives are very different (or not!) from their own?
The Human Library does just that, by creating a safe space for dialogue, an opportunity for challenging stigma and stereotypes, and the chance to "unjudge" someone.
Co-founder and CEO Ronni Abergel joins me to talk about "publishing" people as "open books." Others come to the library as "readers." And then the magic happens.
Check out The Human Library: humanlibrary.org
Read more about Joe Keohane and The Power of Strangers: joekeohane.net
Theme music by Sean Balick; “Come As You Are” by Cauldron via Blue Dot Sessions.