Red Bull Arts Book Share Los Angeles Now Open

We are excited to announce the addition of Los Angeles to the Red Bull Arts Bookshare, working with Reparations Club, in support of Dreamhaus LA and The Free Black Women’s Library Los AngelesCollectively these groups work to provide critical art, literary, and education resources to their Los Angeles communities.

Dreamhaus provides art education and professional development to the South Central Los Angeles school district through lectures, after-school workshops, donation drives, and art kits. The Free Black Women’s Library Los Angeles uplifts and amplifies the voices of Black women writers across the diaspora through literature and community trading. They provide free and accessible space for community members of all races, ages, and gender identities to trade, engage, and swap books by Black women authors.

Donate $5+ to Dreamhaus or The Free Black Women’s Library and receive one of the below books from Reparations Club: 

*Entrepreneur Finds Her Way  by Aubrey Ferreira & Camalo Gaskin

*The Source of Self Regard by Toni Morrison

*When They Call You Terrorist: A Black Lives Matter Memoir by Patrisse Khan-Cullors & asha bandele

DONATE AND SUBMIT FOR YOUR BOOK HERE

Red Bull Arts Book Share Los Angeles is partnering with The Lobby, a digital festival for creativity and presence curated by GXRLSCHOOL, by offering the event’s first 200 ticket buyers complimentary participation in the book share program. 


NOTES + REMINDERS

*All of these amazing bookstores are dealing with a high volume of orders so we request patience on delivery timelines

*Shipping only available in the United States


ABOUT RED BULL ARTS BOOK SHARE

The Red Bull Arts Book Share sends a foundational anti-racist or Black-authored book to individuals in our community who donate to select organizations. This donation drive aims to get necessary resources directly into the hands of the organizations doing frontline work on racial equity and justice, to stimulate Black-owned businesses in our communities, and to facilitate the ongoing education around race which many people are beginning or deepening.