Solidarity Library

Solidarity Library is a community volunteer run library started by a group of organizers that formed "Solidarity" in the early 2000s. The mission of Solidarity was to organize as a non-hierarchical collective for the purpose of sharing and distributing information.

The ECM now manages this library with over 4,000 rare and radical books available for free checkout and over 1,000 magazines, periodicals, pamphlets, zines, and other publications. After many moves the library claims its home on the main floor of the ECM building (through the main front doors of the ECM and walk on down to the end of the hallway). There is free parking in the ECM parking lot while you are using the ECM’s facilities.

Grab a book and sit in the sitting areas of the main floor of the ECM. Check out a book by writing your name down on the list hanging on the bulletin board in the library.

Contact us to volunteer at Solidarity Library and help us make this library an active and accessible resource for the community.

*Open during ECM building hours (10am-4pm Mon-Fri) and weekends/during events.*

Read this article about the Solidarity Library at ECM!