Ruth J. Simmons Center for the Study of Slavery and Justice

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Your gift to the CSSJ will help support core programs focused on the history and legacies of the racial slave trade globally.
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The Center for the Study of Slavery & Justice is located at 82 and 94 Waterman Street. Our renovated 19th-century house (94 Waterman Street) includes a rotating gallery exhibition space, the stunning glass wall art piece “Rising to Freedom” and a symbolic garden.
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