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Top Ten Tuesday // Non fiction books I want to read

Top Ten Tuesday was created by The Broke and the Bookish in June of 2010 and moved to That Artsy Reader Girl in January of 2018. It was born of a love of lists, a love of books, and a desire to bring bookish friends together.

This week’s theme is:

September 28: Freebie

For this week’s freebie, I thought I’d share some non fiction books that are on my TBR. I’ve got really into non fiction this year and these are just a few that I’m eager to pick up soon.

A lot of the non fiction books I’m interested in reading are about the history of racism, xenophobia and classism in the UK and how we can fight these issues. All five of these cover at least one of these topics and I’m especially keen to read What While People Can Do Next and Natives, because I have copies of both of those just WAITING to be picked up.

I’m also interested in reading more about the history of China and Japan and educating myself on the ethnic cleansing of Palestine, global colonialism, and autism.


Do you read any non fiction? Feel free to recommend me any non fiction books you’ve read in the comments!

Important links to check out

Black Lives Matter card
Reclaim the Block
Minnesota Freedom Fund

Decolonize Palestine
Anti Asian Violence resources
Lebanon card
Yemen crisis card
Navajo Nation Covid-19 Relief Fund

6 thoughts on “Top Ten Tuesday // Non fiction books I want to read

      1. What White People Can Do Next and the Hundred Year War on Palestine. Mainly because one, it’s always good to learn how to be a better ally to any community. Unfortunately, I don’t really understand what is going on in countries like Palestine.

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