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Don't miss the Human Library brought to you by Lead SA and Brand SA

Written by: Zanele Zama

Do you have questions about culture, religion, sexual orientation, addictions and other atypical lifestyle experiences?

If the answer is yes, then make your way to Primedia Broadcasting on July 28 for the first ever free Human Library.

Lead SA in conjunction with Brand SA is bringing you to this conversation with intriguing people you may not have had the opportunity to meet before, and in so doing, build a more inclusive community.

To get a taste of what the Human Library is about, listen to the podcast series here: http://leadsa.co.za/programs/269/the-human-library




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