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Well, I am always a fan of independent bookstores.

After 45 years in Little Five Points, beloved Charis Books & More moves to Decatur

Charis Books & More was a mainstay of Little Five Points for 45 years, making it one the oldest feminist and LGBTQ bookstores in the country. Alice Walker, Gloria Steinem, Octavia Butler, Minnie Bruce Pratt, Leslie Feinberg and bell hooks are just some of the feminist icons who regularly read or visited Charis over its long history.

When Charis announced two years ago that it was entering a partnership with Agnes Scott College and moving to Decatur, there were both jitters and excitement from the community.

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