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Vita Books

Vita Books was established in London, UK in 1986 to "publish progressive books on issues related with anti-imperialist struggles and with the establishment of just and democratic societies". This remains its vision today.



Docs Populi

Docs Populi - Documents for the Public, by Lincoln Cushing, is a personal project to document, catalog, and disseminate socially and politically significant graphic material which otherwise might be left behind in the digital revolution. Subject areas include imperialism, labor, cataloging as political practice, poster archives, Cuba, digital asset management systems, and sometimes combinations of all.



Librarians and Archivists with Palestine

Librarians and Archivists with Palestine (LAP) is a network of self-defined librarians, archivists, and information workers in solidarity with the Palestinian struggle for self-determination.



Journal of Radical Librarianship

Journal of Radical Librarianshipis an open access journal publishing high quality, rigorously reviewed and innovative scholarly work in the field of radical librarianship. It also publishes non-peer-reviewed commentary and reviews. The scope of the journal is any work that contributes to a discourse around critical library and information theory and practice.



KSL: Bulletin of the Kate Sharpley Library

The Kate Sharpley Library exists to preserve and promote anarchist history. The physical library (in California) includes books, newspapers, pamphlets, manuscripts and ephemera documenting the history of anarchist movements. KSL also tries to promote the history of anarchism by publishing studies based on those materials - or reprints of original documents taken from the collection.