Los Angeles Times, By JOE MOZINGO, SONALI KOHLI, LILLY NGUYENAUG. 22, 2019 7 AM In March, social media blew up with photos of a group of partying students from Newport Beach and Costa Mesa giving the Sieg Heil salute to a bunch of red plastic cups arranged into a swastika. School officials immediately condemned the images, notifying parents across the district what had happened and whatRead more →
The Daily Pilot, July 22, 2019 By BRITTNY MEJIA STAFF WRITER Three members of a white supremacist group that prosecutors said engaged in violence at political rallies in Huntington Beach and elsewhere have been sentenced to prison for their roles in provoking violence at a deadly far-right rally in Charlottesville, Va., in 2017. Benjamin Daley, a founder of the now-defunct RiseRead more →
lison Edwards, chief executive of OC Human Relations, said the recommendations are expected to be the beginning of a long-term district effort to address community issues.Read more →
Position to be filled as soon as possible. 24 – 28 hours per week.Read more →
The Restorative Justice (RJ) team is widening its net and impacting many more educators via multiple opportunities to train and present to teachers and school staff. Our Schools team director, Julie Vue and sister team (BRIDGES), connected us to two critical opportunities this summer.Read more →
Orange County Human Relations celebrates the 31 graduates who completed our 2019 BRIDGES Youth Leadership Institute. Diverse youth from 15 different schools across Orange County met for a 5-day institute geared toward developing leadership skills and empowering youth to improve human relations within their own schools by taking a stand against hate.Read more →
Our friends the Sisters of St. Joseph of Orange invite you to join us on Thursday evenings this summer in a public witness act in support of families who continue to be inhumanely separated at our borders.Read more →
A fair and accurate 2020 Census count is vital for Orange County.
We only get one chance every 10 years at achieving an accurate count – these data will inform important policy decisions and determine federal funding allocations for a decade.
We want to make sure EVERYBODY is counted!Read more →