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A worker-run collective that publishes and distributes radical books and other media in topics ranging from anarchism to graffiti. Also holds author events.

The store specializes in books about social movements, modern literature, children's books, and military history, but also stocks more general titles.

A nonprofit run by Friends of the Oakland Public Library, the bookstore sells a variety of low-cost books, from best-sellers to out-of-print editions.

The store carries bibles, books, music, DVDs, children's literature, church supplies, and more.

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