Third World Bookstore

Dublin Core

Title

Third World Bookstore

Description

"'The bookstore... which the militant radical and railway porter Leonard Johnston had opened with his wife Gwendolyn less than a year earlier... specialized in books on the history and culture of Africa and its diaspora/ black literature and volumes on radical politics. The store’s purpose was to enable the local black community to learn about themselves.'"

Source

Date

Coverage

Toronto

Bibliographic Citation

”Kevin Plummer. "Historicist: Third World Books and Crafts" Torontoist. February 5, 2015. https://torontoist.com/2017/02/historicist-third-world-books-and-crafts-2/”

Spatial Coverage

70 Walton Street

Files

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Date Added
July 4, 2018
Collection
Islands in the North
Item Type
Text
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Citation
“Third World Bookstore,” Database - Islands in the North, accessed February 27, 2021, http://items.islandsinthenorth.com/items/show/1414.