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The only extant photo of Nina Delibash, who, her daughter discovered after a decades-long search, was executed in the Soviet gulag on November 2, 1937, six months after her husband. (photo by Misha Friedman from the book, Never Remember [see below])

The Best Human Rights Books, April to June 2018

15 different books about 11 different places and 17 different human rights issues

Previous Best Human Rights Books lists: 1st quarter, 2018; 2017; 2016 and 2015

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Other notable books

I haven’t gotten around to reading the following books. If I had, many would probably be on the list above. Samples and reviews lead me to confidently assert they are worthy of attention.

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Author of ‘Umbrella: A Political Tale from Hong Kong’ and ‘As long as there is resistance, there is hope: Essays on the Hong Kong freedom struggle…’

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