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About Our Community

Paper Roads is a grassroots traveling social justice library that delivers books for loan to low-income, racialized, and Indigenous communities in Oakville, Burlington, Milton, Attiwandaronia (Hamilton), Guelph, and the Haldimand Tract (the Tri-Cities). Although we have a diverse collection, we often feature local Queer and Trans/Black, Indigenous and People of Colour authors and creatives and try to support local- and Black-owned bookstores whenever possible. Our services are completely free and community-based and funded. Paper Roads is about breaking down geographic, socioeconomic, and cultural barriers to knowledge and art, while celebrating the creative energies of QT/BIPOC within Tkaronto/Three Fire Territories and beyond.

Paper Roads is grounded in a radical love of the community, of knowledge, and of art. 

Founder and Director: Jade Crimson Rose Da Costa

Instagram Graphics Volunteer:  Muskaan Khurana

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