Washington Blade, “Baltimore neighborhood’s gentrification sparks tension”

The bookstore and coffeehouse, which is named after Emma Goldman, a Lithuanian anarchist and political organizer who emigrated to the U.S. in 1885, on its website describes itself as a “worker cooperative behind the restaurant, coffee roaster, bookstore and community events space.” Red Emma’s has also become an institution of sorts in an increasingly gentrified neighborhood.

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