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HRAP Visits the Heritage Museum

HRAP Visits the Heritage Museum

This October, the Human Relations Ambassadors took a field trip to the Heritage Museum of Orange County to learn more about Orange County Civil Rights History.

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ImpactAnaheim – Giving Day

ImpactAnaheim - Giving Day

A huge thank you to all our donors, supporters and social media fans! Collectively 10 organizations through #impactanaheimOC raised $67,132 during this 24 hour giving day social media campaign. OC Human Relations raised $3,312.45!

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The Power of Kindness

The Power of Kindness

One of our wonderful Huntington Beach High School BRIDGES students created a heart-warming video about the power of kindness. We’d like to share it with you and hope that you’ll share it with others, we could all do with a little more kindness in our lives!

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Students Inspired at Walk In My Shoes!

Students Inspired at Walk In My Shoes!

Walk In My Shoes, OC Human Relations’ Annual BRIDGES Youth Conference, brings together students from across Orange County to explore issues of identity and culture, develop leadership skills, and learn from examples of successful youth activism. The goal is to empower and mobilize students to work towards creating positive social change. This year’s conference theme was: “In Solidarity, In Struggle”.

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Watch 2 great spoken word pieces from HRAP student, Jesse Payton

Watch 2 great spoken word pieces from HRAP student, Jesse Payton

Jesse Payton is a senior at Garden Grove High School and has been involved with the BRIDGES Safe and Respectful School Program for 2 years and is a student leader in OC Human Relations’ Ambassadors Program. Jesse has been an avid writer of poetry for 4 years now and has recently started spoken word poetry.

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Congratulations to the 2017 HRAP Grads!

Congratulations to the 2017 HRAP Grads!

On June 7, 2017, the seventeen members of OC Human Relations HRAP (Human Relations Ambassadors Program) graduated in a special ceremony hosted by the Orange County’s Credit Union and supported by Community Partner, Greg McQuater.

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Newport Harbor HS hosts “Speed Friendship” Event

Newport Harbor HS hosts "Speed Friendship" Event

Staff of OC Human Relations BRIDGES Safe and Respectful Schools Program recently collaborated with the students and staff of Newport Harbor High School to organize a “Speed Friendship” event.

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YouthSpeak and #HateFree OC Art Contest Winners Announced

YouthSpeak and #HateFree OC Art Contest Winners Announced

OC Human Relations announced the winners of the 2017 YouthSpeak Speech Contest and #HateFreeOC Art Contest.

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Students Love Walk In My Shoes!

Students Love Walk In My Shoes!

Walk In My Shoes, OC Human Relations’ Annual BRIDGES Youth Conference, brings together students from across Orange County to explore issues of identity and culture, develop leadership skills, and learn from examples of successful youth activism.

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Walk In My Shoes Empowers Youth Leaders

Walk In My Shoes Empowers Youth Leaders

More than 500 students and educators from 19 Orange County high schools attended OC Human Relations Walk In My Shoes BRIDGES Youth Conference held at Cal State Fullerton on Friday, Nov 18. In keeping with the direction of the BRIDGES Safe & Respectful Schools Program, an emphasis is placed on providing students with workshops that illustrate community organizing and opportunities to get involved in making a difference in their schools, communities, and the world.  This year’s conference theme was: “Healing Our People through Empowerment (H.O.P.E).”

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