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Welcome to Charis Books and More, the nation's oldest independent feminist bookstore.Charis Store Sign
  • We specialize in diverse and unique children's books.
  • Feminist and cultural studies books.
  • Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender, and Queer fiction and non-fiction.
  • We will gladly order any book in print. 
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have in stock. Visit our store at 1189 Euclid Ave, NE Atlanta, GA 30307 located in the heart of the Little 5 Points business district to see all of our great gift ideas. Charis is fully wheelchair accessible, with an accessible (and gender neutral) bathroom, ramp, and shelves on wheels. We have one van accessible parking spot. 
Questions, ideas? Email us at or call us at (404) 524-0304. Please note that GPS devices will often send you to the wrong place. If you prefer to use your GPS for directions use the address of the Brewhouse Cafe: 401 Moreland Avenue Northeast Atlanta, GA 30307. If you are facing the Brewhouse we are located just behind it on the left, diagonally across the street from The Clothing Warehouse. 



Deconstructing Binaries, a community-based public art project discussion

Apr 23 2014 19:30
Apr 23 2014 21:00
America/New York

Georgia EqualityWonderRootCharis Books & MoreTILTT and JustUsATL invite you to participate in Deconstructing Binaries, a community-based public art project that will explore and challenge binary representations of gender identity on public restroom signage.  On Wednesday, April, 23rd at 7:30pm at Charis Books (1189 Euclid Ave. NE Atlanta, GA 30307), we will host an open conversation dedicated to better understanding the multiplicity of gender identities and how people with various identities experience and use public bathrooms. Encouraged by our understanding that the arts are a transcendent language for communication and social change, among those present will be five professional visual artists.  Each artist will be tasked with absorbing the thoughts and opinions of community members and creating restroom signage that supports a diversity of gender identities.  Upon completion, these signs will be distributed throughout Atlanta with the intent of raising awareness that gender inclusivity is a form of social justice for all.

We'd love to include your voice in this conversation.  This event is free and open to all.  A moderator will facilitate dialogue to ensure that the conversation is kept supportive and productive.  

Questions?  Please email Em at

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