Bluestockings actively supports "movements that challenge hierarchy and all systems of oppression" and is one of only 13 identified feminist bookstores left between the US and Canada. Bluestockings is collectively run by volunteers and is collectively owned, and aims to be non-hierarchical.".
In 2003, Bluestockings was purchased by a new owner and a new collective began to operate the store, widening the focus from feminism to global justice. Since 2003, it has continued to operate as a collectively-owned feminist and radical bookstore, as well as a hub for activist and leftist literary and intellectual gathering. The space also continues to host author readings, screenings, and panels nearly every night that are free to attend. There is also a small fair trade café that serves coffee from one of the Zapatista coffee cooperatives.
- Bluestockings Mission Statement
- These Are the Last of America's Dying Feminist Bookstores Mic (media company)
- Bluestockings Structure[permanent dead link]
- McGrath, Kathryn. Pushed to the Margins Archived January 15, 2006, at the Wayback Machine.. bitch
- Bluestocking Books, an unaffiliated establishment
- Portlandia’s Armisen and Brownstein Go Shopping With Vulture at a Real Feminist Bookstore" New York (magazine)
- Bluestockings - official website
- Merchant of the Month - profile by the Lower East Side Tenement Museum
- Best of NY 2000 - profile by the Village Voice
- McGrath, Kathryn. Pushed to the Margins: The Slow Death and Possible Rebirth of the Feminist Bookstore. From bitch Magazine.
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