In May 2014, OC Human Relations, with the assistance of videographer Eli Reyna, produced this short overview of Orange County California’s history of prejudice, discrimination, change and hopes for the future. This video was featured at the May 8, 2014 Legacy Awards Banquet Celebration at the Grove […]
Fourth of July weekend in Huntington Beach was the setting for what started as a festive celebration and ended in a racist hate crime. This story is one of the hate crimes that OC Human Relations Commission documents in the annual Hate Crime Report that will be released August 21 at 10:00am at 1300 S. Grand Bldg. B, Santa Ana.
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