We invite you to join us and listen to the stories of persons living with, in recovery from, and in support of individuals with behavioral health concerns.
The Human Library is an initiative for social change based on the power of one’s personal story. The event focuses around individuals’ behavioral health experiences.
July 31, 6-7:30 pm
Carnegie Library – East Liberty Branch
130 S Whitfield Street, Pittsburgh PA 15206
Come celebrate the launch of this exciting new project! Listen, dialogue, learn! This event and project is made possible by the generous support from the Staunton Farm Foundation. Thank you!
Is the space accessible?
The library is fully ADA compliant. There will be ASL interpretation.
Do I need to RSVP?
Please RSVP so we can be best prepared for attendees. If you do not RSVP, you are of course still welcome to attend!
Is parking available?
There is a lot behind the library and parking available on surrounding streets. Metered parking ends at 6pm – the same time the event begins!
Why the name Human Library?
How can I tell my story at future Human Library events?
We would love to have you participate! Get in touch with the Human Library organizer, Kali Stull, at kstull@consumerhealthcoali
I want to attend, but I’m worried about the content being triggering….?
As we narrow in on exactly what stories will be told, we will create content warnings and story summaries to help you take care of yourself and determine if you can listen to the stories.
Any other concerns?
Please reach out to Kali with any other questions or concerns.