The MCC Human Library is similar to a regular library, except the books are people. A conversation with a Human Book is a unique opportunity to connect with and learn from someone whom you may have never had a chance to speak with otherwise.
Our titles include a civil rights activist, an Iraqi refugee, a first-generation college student turned college president, a Holocaust survivor, a Latina police officer from the Rochester Police Department, a third-party presidential candidate, transgender people, a Pagan, and many more!
You can read descriptions of all of our Human Books and reserve time with them at https://bit.ly/mcchumanlibrary
, or drop in on the day of the event and see who’s available. The MCC Human Library will be held in the LeRoy V. Good Library on the Brighton campus from noon to 4:00pm.