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Takano Legacy Fund
Mark Takano Legacy Fund
Established through the RCCD Foundation, the Mark Takano Legacy Fund supports operations and activities at the Center for Social Justice & Civil Liberties that increase access to education that enhances understanding of social justice and civil liberties issues in the Inland Empire and across the state and nation.
Mark A. Takano served for 22 years on the Board of Trustees for Riverside Community College District. A high school teacher, he is the son of first generation Japanese Americans, and the grandson of Japanese immigrants. Access to education ranked high among his interest as an RCCD trustee, along with the development of the Innovative Learning Center at Stokoe, the Henry W. and Alice Edna Coil School for the Arts, and the Center for Social Justice & Civil Liberties.
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In 2012, Takano was elected to serve as the first representative for the 41st California Congressional District, which includes Riverside City College.
To donate to the Mark Takano Legacy Fund in support of the Center for Social Justice & Civil Liberties, click
to process your charitable, tax-deductible gift online or click on the pdf image below for a printed version of the donor gift card.
Thank you for your interest and support.
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