“Watson’s Living Library: Everyone Has A Story” at Northwestern State University will host its fifth panel discussion on faith, religion and spirituality beginning at 2 p.m. Tuesday Oct. 4 with representation of Baptist, Catholic, Full Gospel Baptist, Humanist, Jewish, Lutheran and Muslim perspectives.
The discussion will take place in the Ora Garland Williams Digital Production Center/NSU TV Studio, Kyser Hall Room 142. The event is free and open to the public.
The Living Library concept encourages individuals to share their experiences so that listeners get a first-hand account of what the person saw or lived through. The panels are recorded and become part of the collection at NSU’s Eugene P. Watson Library that researchers can use to supplement books, journals and other traditional resources.
For more information, contact Deborah Huntington, head of Collection Development and Cataloging/assistant professor at email@example.com.