5 locals recommend ·
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Community supported, collectively organized, and volunteer run bookstore. Welcoming space with progressive literature. Store promotes social justice through books, education, and activism.
A local feminist, anarchist, queer bookstore! A great way to spend half an hour, reading and shopping.
Volunteer-run progressive bookstore with an interesting selection of progressive literature, fiction, and children's books. Local delivery by bicycle for online orders.
Radical, well-curated bookstore. Strong fiction, political theory, graphic novel, zine and children's sections. Notable poetry section.
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