CRRJ’s remediation program assesses and supports policy measures to redress the harms of the Civil Rights Era. These measures include criminal prosecutions, truth and reconciliation proceedings, state and federal pardons, and apologies by state and private entities that bear responsibility for the harms. CRRJ collaborates with scholars across the country, activists in the civil rights community, and non-academic researchers in pursuing this work.

For more information about each type of remedial measure, materials from specific cases in which each type of measure has been used, and other general resources, use the links to the right.