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MRU's second annual MRU Living Library took place on Wednesday January 18th 2017.

The Living Library allows people to have face-to-face conversations with others, hear their human story, and learn about the beauty and diversity that exists in the people at MRU. It is brought to you by MRU Diversity and Human Rights and the MRU Library.

This year's books include: an immigrant's story of his journey from Egypt to Canada in search of a better life, an Indigenous student who journeyed through depression and more, a faculty member's experience on Everest during the 2015 Nepalese earthquake, an individual who lived through the New Orleans' Hurricane....and the list goes on.

Contact Rosalee Averin raverin@mtroyal.ca

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Questions about the event?

If you have any questions about this event, please contact Rosalee Avering, Inclusive Education & Programming Coordinator, at raverin@mtroyal.ca or (403) 440-5520.

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