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

Alternative Title

(third location)

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

942 Bathurst 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 July 10, 2020, http://items.islandsinthenorth.com/items/show/1416.