Vito Wants You!

The Vito Marcantonio Library wants your used books, journals, tapes, and historical artifacts on a variety of topics: African-American history, Anarchism, Environmental studies, Feminism, Gay and Lesbian issues, Imperialism, Labor, Marx/Engels, Peace & Disarmament, Political Economy,  Progressive history, Socialism, etc.

The library is a project of the North Jersey Independent Alliance.  It is named in memory of American Labor Party Representative to Congress Vito Marcantonio (1902-1954).  Vito Marcantonio served the people of East Harlem New York City in the 1930ís and 1940ís.  He was one of the foremost voices for progressive policy and politics of that time.

The library is dedicated  to furthering the ideals which Vito Marcantonio championed: equality, peace, democracy, freedom, solidarity and even a cleaner healthier environment.  It serves as a lending library to progressively minded and leftist people residing in New Jersey and the New York Metropolitan area.

To contact us, please call or write the following address:

Vito Marcantonio Library
c/o  North Jersey Independent Alliance
Post Office Box 86
Hackensack, New Jersey  07602
201-487-3748,  201-883-1531 (FAX)

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Page last updated September 4, 2000