The UW Q Center’s Marsha P. Johnson Memorial Library is a community library with close to 1500 books, zines, and films. The library is named after Marsha P. Johnson, a black transwoman from New York City who was a leader in the clashes with police during the Stonewall Riots. She started the Street Transvestite Action Revolutionaries with Sylvia Rivera to keep young queer and trans kids off the streets of New York City. Marsha was murdered in 1992.
To access our catalog, visit our Library World website
If you’d like to become a patron, just come on down to the Q Center and sign up with one of our staff members. If you’re UW students, faculty, or staff, we’ll need your husky card. If you’re not affiliated with the UW, we will use a name, email and/or phone number.
Our library is organized by the Library of Congress Call Number system. The check-out period for books is two weeks, films are one week, and zines and magazines are for use inside the Q Center. For questions about the collection, or if interested in donating, you can contact us via email or stop on by.
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