Resource Library

November 28, 2022 12:06 pm

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 functions as an educational resource and a community space where learning and conversations can take place.

The library grows in parallel to the committee’s research interests and in collaboration with artists we work with. We also welcome book donations and suggestions of books you would like to access. Please fill use this form to suggest or donate a book.

The library includes a series of tandem public events and opportunities to activate the resources. Last winter we released a trial Reader Residency that was awarded to artist Zoë Charlery who also ran the workshop “a point to untwine” in February 2023.

In April 2023, Hussein Mitha led a workshop on climate justice and climate pedagogy in celebrating the launch of their collaborative zine Paradise Now! A Climate Justice Handbook for Young People.



13 Ross St, G1 5AR Glasgow

Browsing/ Opening Hours:

By appointment only (Please book by emailing )

Book borrowing and returns

You may have two books borrowed at a time, with a borrowing window of one month. After the end of the borrowing window, renewals can be made but they will be dependent on the waiting list for each book.

Full book catalogue

The availability of the books in the catalogue can be found here 

Our Catalogue

Photographs by Sean Patrick Campbell