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Civil Rights & Restorative Justice Project

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CRRJ, founded in 2007, is the pioneer and premier academic program that examines current racial inequities through the lens of history and seeks creative reparative justice.  CRRJ investigates, publicizes, and remediates cases of racial homicides during the period of 1930 and 1954.  The CRRJ project is unique in its combination of rigorous research and engagement by community members that have been impacted by racial violence, both directly and indirectly.  In 2022, CRRJ launched the Burnham-Nobles Digital Archive, a publicly available digital archive of almost 1,000 cases of racial violence in the Jim Crow South.  Work on the archives is continuing through the examination of records from the eight states that bordered the eleven states of the confederacy. 


CRRJ, founded in 2007, is the pioneer and premier academic program that examines current racial inequities through the lens of history and seeks creative reparative justice.  CRRJ investigates, publicizes, and remediates cases of racial…

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