National Dialogues on Immigration

September 9, September 23, October 7, October 21, 2014

The Center for Civil and Human Rights is participating in the International Sites of Conscience National Dialogues on Immigration, a cross-regional series of public programs designed to spark a new national conversation on critical immigration topics such as citizenship, American identity, border control, freedom of movement and civil liberties. In its dialogues, The Center will seek to contextualize issues around immigration in a broader discourse of human rights and social justice, focusing on the intersection of race, ethnicity and immigration status.


Silver Rights Academy

July 22-24, 2014

The Silver Rights Academy, a collaboration between The National Center for Civil and Human Rights, Operation HOPE, First American Financial Corporation and Lionheart Leadership, is pleased to announce its inaugural program. This intensive three-day leadership development program for aspiring young leaders will provide instruction and practical application in the areas of leadership development, community engagement, financial literacy and sustaining communities. The Academy will provide rising junior and senior college students with valuable insights from leading professionals and practitioners in both the public and private sectors. The program will provide students with the opportunity to interact with other top-flight students and foster thought-provoking dialogue about how to equip the next generation of leaders for success. 

For more information about these programs, please contact Dina Tyson, programs intern at dtyson@civilandhumanrights.org.



The Interpretation Department at The National Center for Civil and Human Rights facilitates a growing number of partnerships with universities to enable students, faculty and The Center’s audiences to share resources for civil and human rights discussions.

Here is a list of our current partners in education:

Are you interested in becoming a partner in education? Would you like to be a guest blogger for The Center? Contact the interpretation department, at interpretation@civilandhumanrights.org.