Articles About OC Human Relations

Tracing Their Roots

Tracing Their Roots

About 1,300 miles southeast of San Clemente lies El Bajio de Bonillas, a Mexican town on the outskirts of Silao where a U.S. government Bracero Program office used to recruit Mexican laborers. Today, El Bajio has a reported population of 2,732 people. But the tiny town has spawned a large footprint, helping to weave the social fabric of modern-day San Clemente.

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O.C. report: Blacks, gays most often targets for hate crime

O.C. report: Blacks, gays most often targets for hate crime

Overall, 61 crimes were reported in 2012, a drop of about 21 percent when compared with the previous year. By SALVADOR HERNANDEZ / ORANGE COUNTY REGISTER Published: May 23, 2013 Updated: May 24, 2013 10:11 a.m. African Americans and gays were the most frequent targets of reported hate crimes in Orange County last year, according to a report released by the

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Report: Hate crimes against the LGBT community jump in Orange County

Report: Hate crimes against the LGBT community jump in Orange County

Ben Bergman | May 23rd, 2013, 6:37am Hate crimes targeting gays and lesbians have jumped in Orange County, according to a new report released Thursday. Read the full document here. For over two decades, the non-profit group, OC Human Relations, has released its annual study of hate crimes. According to the latest report, there were 13 hate crimes against gays

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