Set aside about a minute and a half this coming Thursday, May 30, as the Civil Rights Institute of Inland Southern California breaks ground right here on this page.
The facility, on the main floor of the Mission Heritage Plaza project, includes the Bank of America Diversity Center conference facility, the RAAHS Exhibit Center for changing civil rights exhibits, and Altura Media Center for multimedia recording.
Watch upcoming announcements on Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram for our six surprise VIP guests.
“We decided to spare everyone the gold shovels and bad coffee,” explained Civil Rights Institute Board President Ron Loveridge. “But we did want to give special guests a chance to celebrate the project with the public.”
Find out who they are right here between now and the virtual groundbreaking May 30.
In addition to the Civil Rights Institute, Mission Heritage Plaza is 72 units of affordable housing, new offices for the Fair Housing Council of Riverside County located at the corner of Fairmount Boulevard and Mission Inn Avenue in Riverside California.
Find out more about what’s planned for the Institute on our website at www.inlandcivilrights.org