The Center for Social Justice & Civil Liberties is located in a  historical building in downtown Riverside, California, that was renovated and restored by the Riverside Community College District. The building, which is part of the RCCD Centennial Plaza is home to The Miné Okubo Collection.

Envisioned as a cultural and educational resource, the Center offers a unique window into the social landscape of the United States during the mid to late 20th century. The Okubo Collection and interactive didactic displays chronicle social rights and civil liberty experiences--among them the Japanese American internment during World War II--within the context of art, humanities, and social studies.














Center for Social Justice