Yes, we are open for business…
Due to Covid, we have had to put on hold our plans to open a bricks and mortar bookstore in Roslindale. However, thanks to our Bookshop site, we have been able to stay in business. You can browse our virtual bookshelves and search for millions of titles at https://bookshop.org/shop/rozziebound. We have also created more detailed descriptions of our bookshelves.
and may become a co-operative!
We are currently exploring the possibility of incorporating as a co-operative that would be owned by workers and consumer-members. We are forming a Co-operative Steering Committee, which will be guided in its work by Stacey Cordeiro of the Boston Center for Community Ownership. Learn more
Racial Justice Bookshelf to support Louis D. Brown Peace Institute
At Rozzie Bound, we believe that BLACK LIVES MATTER. We have expanded our Racial Justice Bookshelf and have formed a Community Partnership with the Louis D. Brown Peace Institute, which will receive all proceeds from this shelf. We are proud to partner with this incredible non-profit, which serves as a “a center of healing, teaching, and learning for families and communities impacted by murder, trauma, grief, and loss.” Read more
Click here to learn more about our Community Partnership Program.
Check out together, our new online journal
Rozzie Bound is now helping to produce together, a quirky new online journal featuring original essays, short stories and plays, poetry, book reviews, and visual art from both kids and adults. The latest issue, which features an essay about racial justice and a moving poem in memory of George Floyd by Rozzie’s own Yves Mary Jean, can be found at https://together-journal.com/
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