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Want INFORMATION to inform your ACTIVISM? Want to learn more about histories of RESISTANCE, investigating CORPORATIONS, or ANTI-RACISM FOR ACTIVISTS?

RADICAL REFERENCE  and the Audre Lorde to Howard Zinn Library can help!
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Ask a librarian! We can help you find resources & answers to questions. We may not have a tent anymore but we are still here to help!

To ask questions anytime:

  • Go to the Radical Reference website 
  • Click on Submit a Reference Question at the top of the page
  • Fill out the form. Your email address will be shared with Radical Reference librarians, but will not be made public.
  • We’ll email you an answer, or with any follow-up questions we might have.
  • We’ll also post the Q & A (with any personally identifying information removed) on the Radical Reference site. If you don’t want us to publish your question on the site, just tell us.

Radical Reference is a collective of volunteer library workers who believe in social justice and equality. We support activist communities, progressive organizations, and independent journalists by providing professional research support, education and access to information.


Resources we want to share with you


Resources we want you to share with us

Contact Us!  By email at library_at_lists_dot_occupyboston_dot_org


Programs for Families & Children

There's no family programs scheduled at this time. We will have more posted here in the future about any mobile events we may be doing!


A-Z Library Meetings Minutes



Based on: Library at wikispaces