Entertainer, philanthropist and Ottawa drag grandmother Zelda Marshall is taking part in CBC’s Human Library project Saturday, Jan 26.
The project traces its roots to Denmark, where a group of students staged the first human library in an attempt to dispel widely held stereotypes. Interested “readers” can “check out” human books for 20 minutes at a time and engage in one-on-one conversations.
Marshall will appear at the Kanata-Hazeldean branch of the Ottawa Public Library, located at 50 Castlefrank Dr.
For a full list of locations and “books,” visit the OPL site.
Listen to Marshall’s pre-interview below.