Five BLACK OWNED BOOKSTORES You Need to Visit
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Black Discourse has curated a list of Black-owned book shops which you need to visit next time you are in the following cities or browsing online.
BRICK AND MORTAR -
For Keeps Books
This book store and reading room stocks rare books and merchandise and is well worth a visit next time you’re in the ATL.
With three locations in Nigeria this general bookstore also stocks a wide range of books by Black writers.
London, United Kingdom:
New Beacon Books
Located in North London this shop has been open since 1966 and is a specialist in African and Caribbean literature.
Librairie Racines which translates as ‘Roots Bookstore’ opened in August 2017 and sells both art and books in its Montreal store.
Rebel Woman Lit
With headquarters in Jamaica, Rebel Woman Lit is an online bookstore, book club and the home of the Caribbean Readers’ Awards.