Black Owned & Supported Bookstores
Located in Monroe, CT, you can meet Pia, the book lady, for all your anti-racist book needs!
A thoughtfully curated neighborhood kids bookshop. A unique selection of inclusive, classic, artful stories, story clubs + special gifts.
Small, independent book store that specialize & market books, media & events to the African-American consumer market.
Uncle Bobbie's was created to provide underserved communities with access to books and a space where everyone feels valued.
Black owned bookstore and resource center. Since 1993 AfriWare Books has served the community by providing a platform to showcase authors, artists and advocates who infuse us with a sense of cultural pride.
MahoganyBooks takes a leadership role in the African American community by promoting reading, writing, and cultural awareness as tools to improve self-esteem, self-love and ultimately our communities to enrich the lives of motivated individuals.
Named for historical heroine Harriet Tubman, their mission celebrates women authors, women artists, and women activists.
Looking to bolster your collection of anti-racist literature and books about the Black experience? Frugal has you covered. Frugal has been amplifying black voices for 12 years and counting.
Cafe con Libros is an intersectional Feminist community bookstore (& coffee shop). They endeavor to create a vibrant community space where everyone; specifically female-identified folx, feel centered, affirmed and celebrated.
The Lit. Bar offers a carefully curated selection of general interest books, gift items, and programming which emphasize local interest and diversity for all ages.
A black woman-owned bookstore. Semicolon Bookstore is committed to nurturing the connection between literature, art, and the pursuit of knowledge; while also using the power of words to better our community.