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TagsRace & Racism (44), violence against women (33), sex & sexuality (28), poverty (23), political theory (23), violence and peace (21), feminism and women's studies (20), poetry (20), self help & counselling (18), parenting (17) — see all tags
About meThe Dr. Chun Resource library is a space for community members and University of Toronto students to access factual, critical, and alternative materials that facilitate resistance to oppression among and between diverse communities. In particular the library is committed to collecting materials that reflect the local voices of our community, and the voices of those who have been marginalized and oppressed in our daily lives and in political mobilizing.
About my libraryOriginally opened on September 13, 2000, the Dr. Chun Resource library began as a small collection of material amassed over the years by both OPIRG and The Centre for Women and Trans People.
Favorite bookstoresToronto Women's Bookstore
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Real nameDr. Chun Resource Library
Location563 Spadina Ave. Toronto, ON
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Account typepublic, lifetime
Member sinceJun 16, 2010
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