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Riverside Community College District is fully invested in the Center for Social Justice & Civil Liberties because RCCD believes the Center brings a new dimension to the study and understanding of society issues and historical events that shaped the story of inland Sothern California and the nation.

RCCD committed over $6 million for property and building acquisition, renovation, cultural/collections expertise, and the early phases of developing archives and The Okubo Collection. The District is seeking private support to further develop the Center as a state-of-the-art cultural, social justice and civil liberties resource for scholars and the public. 

How You Can Be Involved​​

The Riverside Community College District Foundation, a not-for-profit 501(c)3 organization, is seeking support for all facets of the Center including programing exhibitions and curating the Miné Okubo collection. Below are the available opportunities for leadership and named gifts, but the Foundation invites donations at any level in support of this unique community resource.

​Donor Wall Recognition​

Donors to the Center will be recognized at the $5,000 and above level:

  • Visionary $100,000 and above
  • Benefactor $50,000 - $99,999
  • Champion $25,000 - $49,999
  • Advocate $10,000- $24,999​
  • Patron $5,000 - $9,999​


​Naming of the Center for Social Justice & Civil Liberties​

Your name will be placed on the exterior of the building and appear in all future materials. A donor display will be placed within the Center to recognize your leadership support.

​Naming of the Plaza Level​

Naming of the first floor space, which includes interpretive social justice and civil liberties exhibits, a children’s education center, and a media and digital resource center.

  • Youth Education Center
  • Resource Center​​
  • Riverside Stories
  • Temporary naming for 3-year duration of exhibit
  • Miné Okubo: An Introduction
  • Temporary naming for 3-year duration of exhibit

​Naming of the Main Level​

Naming of the second floor space, which includes a gallery highlighting the Miné Okubo collection, a conference room, archival space, and art preservation and storage area, and offices for visiting scholars and gallery director.

  • Okubo Collection Gallery
  • Conference Room
  • Office Space (Visiting Scholars, Gallery Director, etc.)
  • Art and Archive Storage Area​
For more information regarding naming opportunities, call (951) 222-8627 or visit ​

​Contact Us

Center for Social Justice
& C​iv​il Liberties 

​Physical Address:
3855 Market St.
Riverside, CA 92501
(951) 222-8846 
Mailing Address:
4800 Magnolia Ave.
Riverside, CA 92506