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 […]
The 2013 Orange County Hate Crime Report shows an increase in violent hate crimes, or crimes against people and a decrease in crimes against property like vandalism. “We cannot stand for violence of any kind and violence motivated by hate is no exception”
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