Books for Amnesty International

Books for Amnesty International

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139B King St., London, England W6 9JG, United Kingdom

This Hammersmith bookshop was founded by the Hammersmith branch of Amnesty International, the internationally-recognized organization dedicated to protecting human rights, in 1993. The store is run by volunteers, and every book on its shelves is donated, resulting in a continually changing inventory. The majority of the stock leans toward the fiction, literature, and non-fiction ends of the spectrum, with a popular selection of biographies. Collectors can also browse the store’s selection of collectible books and records. Proceeds from the shop go to support Amnesty International’s charitable endeavors.

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