Originally constructed in 1926 as a single-story bank building, Riverside Community College District's building has been renovated and restored to reveal its original ornate Spanish Baroque facade. The result is a two-level exhibition gallery and research facility honoring Riverside-born artist Mine Okubo, who died in 2001. Okubo was interned during World War II in a Japanese-American camp and left her collection of letters, paintings and drawings to be permanently housed in this restored building, appropriately named the Center for Social Justice & Civil Liberties.

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  • Completed in 2012
  • Riverside, CA

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