Become a Monthly Sustainer

After Solidarity formed in 2013, it quickly became a vital hub of organizing, training, sharing resources, and networking for organizers and agitators in many areas of social justice and change. It is the first place that out-of-town organizers and first-time activists go to get connected with local organizations and efforts. Many folks come just for the Sedition Library, a radical library with 1,400 books.

Over a dozen organizations and collectives repeatedly used our donate-what-you-can space and equipment for work on environmental justice, immigration reform, radical artistic ventures, prison abolition and prisoner support, worker organizing and support, tenant rights, and anti-tar sands activism. Many people without any organizational affiliation have used our space for one-time events, film screenings and potlucks.

We aren’t a business, it’s a volunteer-run collective. If you support any part of our mission, please buy books from us, donate for space usage, or (best of all) become a Monthly Sustainer!

Sustainer Levels & Perks
Old Spanish Trail
$5/month

  • adorable thank you card
  • eternal gratitude

Washington Avenue
$15/month

  • zine of the month club

an adorable thank you card and our eternal gratitude

Richmond Avenue
$25/month

  • bandana of your choosing

zine of the month club, an adorable thank you card, and our eternal gratitude

Canal Street
$35/month

  • free book

bandana of your choosing, zine of the month club, an adorable thank you card, and our eternal gratitude

Wichita Street
$50/month

  • Tar Sands Blockade t-shirt

free book, bandana of your choosing, zine of the month club, an adorable thank you card, and our eternal gratitude

Harrisburg Blvd
$100/month

  • Your choice of a monk bag or we’ll create a custom zine on the topic of your choice

Tar Sands Blockade t-shirt, free book, bandana of your choosing, zine of the month club, an adorable thank you card, and our eternal gratitude

Can’t donate financially but want to help? We always need volunteers!

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