Once upon a time and a very good time it was there was a moocow coming down along the road and this moocow that was coming down along the road met a nicens little boy named baby tuckoo His father told him that story: his father looked at him through a glass: he had a hairy face. He was baby tuckoo. The moocow came down the road where Betty Byrne lived: she sold lemon platt. O, the wild rose blossoms On the little green place.
Γουέμπστερ, Μινεσότα. Η Λίλυ, δεκαεννέα ετών, δουλεύει σερβιτόρα σε ένα μπαρ προσπαθώντας να συγκεντρώσει χρήματα για τις σπουδές της. Οι γονείς της, μετακόμισαν στο ζεστό νότο καθώς ο άρρωστος πατέρας της είχε ανάγκη από έκθεση στον ήλιο και κλίμα φιλικότερο. Εκείνη άφησε το σπίτι στα προάστια και νοίκιασε ένα δωμάτιο πάνω από το μπαρ.
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Human Library Greece was initiated in October 2009 in Athens by a group of volunteers, in collaboration with the global network of Human Libraries in Denmark, where the project was first developed ten years ago. Put simply, the ''Human Library'' is a mobile library that encourages interaction and conversation in order to bring communities together. However, this library does not lend actual books. Instead, our fellow volunteers are put ''on loan'' in order to expose themselves and be “read”, opening a dialogue with their readers about racism in Greece today, aiming to break stereotypes and fight prejudice.
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