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Glasgow Zine Fest

Woodlands Community Anti-Racist Library

Sun 9 July 2023

Illustration of a group of people in a park looking at books and publications on a table

Image: Jules Scheele

Please note: this is a drop in, unticketed event at the Woodlands Community Anti-Racist Library.

Woodlands Community Anti-Racist Library houses books for people of all ages - children, young people and adults. There are fiction and non-fiction books, serious and light-hearted - but all centre the lived experience of People of Colour. Our books are carefully curated to carry forward anti-racist education in a community setting and act as a vehicle for conversation.

Come by for a cup of tea, a chat and an opportunity to check out the books. If you're local you can sign up and borrow five books per household for free.

The library is a pop-up located in Millenium Park, a short walk from the main CCA festival site. Ask a steward and they can point you in the right direction.

Accessibility

This event will take place at the Woodlands Community Anti-Racist Library in Millennium Park, 66 Ashley Street, G3 6HW. Community Garden/Millenium Park is partially wheelchair accessible. Terrace is accessed via a staircase. There is a platform lift so that the site is accessible for people with mobility issues.

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Details

Event Type

Festival

Literature

Talks & Events

Location

Millenium Park 66 Ashley Street Glasgow, Scotland, G3 6HW

Time

11:00am — 1:00pm

Time

Ages

All ages

Ticketing

Free and unticketed