Human Rights Keywords in Book Titles

24 Festive Tasks: Door 16 – Human Rights Day, Task 1:

Book hunt for human rights:  Search your shelves for books with titles containing human rights words such as: hope, friendship, equality, justice, love, liberty, etc.  Put them in a stack and take a picture for posting.  (5 book minimum).

Since I just recently restored order to my physical shelves, I’m reluctant to upset that particular apple cart all over again — but here are screenshots of some of my search results on my BookLikes shelves (both read and TBR) for the keywords “human,” “rights,” “freedom,” “justice,” “liberty,” “peace,” “sanctuary,” “truth,” “equal,” “happiness,” “protect,” and “vision”:

… as well as the little “European Enlightenment” corner of my philosophy shelf (the American authors are part of my Library of America collection):

 

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