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Building BIPOC Library Collections: Tools and Resources for Library Selectors

Supplemental LibGuide for poster session at ACRL Womens & Gender Studies Poster Session, ALA Annual Conference 2021

Compilation Lists of Bookstores

Selected BIPOC Bookstores

  • Asian and Pacific Islander
    • Native Books Hawai'i (https://www.nativebookshawaii.org) 

      Native Knowledge Center/Native Books: largest selection of Hawaiian and Pacific Islands reads, over 2500+ titles, new and old.

  • BIPOC
    • Duende (https://www.duendedistrict.com)
      Duende District is a collaborative pop-up and boutique bookstore, for and by people of color.  Duende District specializes in curating the best new trade adult and children's books in English and Spanish. They serve BIPOC communities across the nation, from Washington, D.C., to Albuquerque, N.M. Each Duende District pop-up, boutique bookstore, and event series focuses on engaging Black and brown communities, while also inviting all people to participate in the resulting conversation and experience.

       
  • Indigenous/Native-Owned 
    • Red Planet Books & Comics (redplanetbooksncomics.com)
      Founded by Dr. Lee Francis 4 and partners in 2017, Red Planet Books and Comics is the only Native comic shop in the world. Featuring comics, books, games, toys and collectibles for all the Indigenerds in the crowd. Red Planet is also the headquarters for both the Indigenous Comic Con and Wordcraft Circle of Native Writers and Storytellers.

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