Orange County hate crimes are outpacing recent years since the November presidential election, sparked by the political rhetoric targeting undocumented immigrants and Muslims, says Orange County Human Relations.Read more →
On October 18, 2016, the OC Human Relations Commission reconvened the participants of the very successful Solidarity Summit, held in August, 2016, to further explore how police-community relations could be improved. The purpose of the August Solidarity Summit was to bring law enforcement & community members together to engage in dialogue and explore topics related to: • Increasing awareness onRead more →
OC Human Relations is hiring a Commission Director, a management position under the supervision of the CEO. The Director is the lead staff support to the Orange County Human Relations Commission, a public agency founded by the OC Board of Supervisors in collaboration with the OC League of Cities in 1971 with a mission to eliminate prejudice, intolerance and discrimination. The Commission is funded by a General Fund grant from the County of Orange that funds about 3 professional staff led by the Director.
We will be accepting applications until Oct 7, 2016
After reviewing the research and hearing from local Orange County teachers who are teaching Ethnic Studies courses, the Orange County Human Relations Commission sees incredible potential for this curriculum in our local schools and with our students. We support classes that affirm the important, yet underrepresented, histories of our students and their communities as well as the contributions they have made to this countryRead more →
The 2015 Orange County Hate Crime Report, published by the Orange County Human Relations Commission, shows “hate crimes” increased in 2015. The most frequently targets were from the Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, and Transgender (LGBT) community, with African American and Jewish individuals making up the top three groups.Read more →