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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 is home to the collected artwork and archives of Japanese American artist Miné Okubo, the author of Citizen 13660.

Our mission is to preserve, exhibit, and enhance the Miné Okubo Collection, and to use this unique resource to inform the public about social justice and civil liberties issues. Through presentation of Miné Okubo’s life and work, as well as exhibitions, programs and digital archives that broaden awareness of social justice and civil liberties, the Center provides an ethnically diverse, 21st century American populace with insights into the American experience, both past and present.

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  • community history
  • family stories
  • civil liberties

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A project of the Japanese American National Museum

Major support by The Nippon Foundation