Resource Library

August 18, 2021 6:06 pm
An image of mushrooms growing, overlaid over an image of a gallery with a table with trestles set out with resources on it.

Our Resource Library is a small lending library home to a growing collection of books on anti-racism and solidarity across global political movements. The library will be open twice weekly and will function as an educational resource and a community space where learning and conversations can take place.

Opening Hours
By appointment + whenever we have an event

How to use the library:

For each visit, you can borrow at most 2 books for one month, you may renew your books a maximum of 2 times if there is no one on the waiting list.

The books are listed in an online catalogue you can access here

NOTE: For the next little while, we will be lending out books and accepting returns by appointment only. You can access the booking form here. To drop off a book please use our drop-off box at Glasgow Women’s library (23 Landressy St, Bridgeton, Glasgow).

We are in the process of installing a book return box outside our space for easier returns. We are also working towards having a copying machine in place for free copying of resources.

For reservations, please email

Help our library grow:

We welcome book donations and suggestions of books you would like to access. You can find our Suggestions and Feedback Form here.

We look forward to growing our library with you and are open to collaboratively activating these resources through future discussions, workshops and events.

Our bespoke bookcase was kindly made by Harry Gould.