The Legal Brief

CENTER FOR THE STUDY OF CIVIL AND HUMAN RIGHTS LAWS

Located at the historic Selden Ward Mansion on Grove Place, the Center For the Study of Civil and Human Rights Laws officially opened in 2005 with this area’s most extensive and diverse collection of media materials, historic documents, and artifacts relating to the civil and human rights struggles of mankind and the regulations, laws and court decisions which had an effect on those struggles.

OUR MISSION STATEMENT:

The Center For the Study of Civil and Human Rights Laws, exists to promote diversity, tolerance, and community by providing exceptional exhibitions and programs based on outstanding collections and research which explore civil and human rights violations as well as the laws, customs, and cases which can sometimes prevent those violations from occurring in the first instance.

OUR VISION STATEMENT:

The Center For the Study of Civil and Human Rights Laws strives to be a world renowned history, social, and legal research center with outstanding collections and research which can be used to produce innovative exhibits and programs that recognize and promote the importance of diversity, tolerance, and community in our region, state, nation, and the world.

HOW TO CONTACT US:

The Center For The Study of Civil and Human Rights is located at 18 Grove Place, Rochester, New York 14605. Tours, programs, and research opportunities are available by calling the Law Office of Van Henri White at (585) 271-6780. Contacts by e mail are also welcome at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..