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A Statement From OC Human Relations on the Anniversary of 9.11

A Statement From OC Human Relations on the Anniversary of 9.11

Many years ago, our Founders placed our unofficial motto on our currency: “E Pluribus Unum” or “Out of Many, One.” As we commemorate those we lost on September 11th, 2001, let us not forget those words. On that day, we became one in our grief, our pain and our shared loss.

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Please Join Us For the Release of the 2017 OC Hate Crime Report

Please Join Us For the Release of the 2017 OC Hate Crime Report

Please join us for the release of the 2017 Orange County Hate Crime Report. Featuring presentations on “Hate Groups in Orange County” and “Prevention of Bias-Motivated Violence”

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Attorney slammed for mocking Orange County Asians on Facebook

Attorney slammed for mocking Orange County Asians on Facebook

An Irvine attorney who describes herself as the top law school tutor in the United States has been the target of blistering criticism for an incendiary Facebook post mocking Orange County Asians.

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10 Ways to Fight Hate – A video from the SPLC

10 Ways to Fight Hate - A video from the SPLC

On the anniversary of Charlottesville, the Southern Poverty Law Center (SPLC) has released a video titled “10 Ways to Fight Hate”. It has some great ideas… we hope you’ll watch and think about the steps you can take in your own communities.

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A statement from OC Human Relations on the anniversary of the Charlottesville

A statement from OC Human Relations on the anniversary of the Charlottesville

As anniversary of the violence and hate in Charlottesville approaches, we at OC Human Relations continue to stand against hate, white supremacy and bigotry in every form and in solidarity with people and communities who are the targets of hate speech and hate crimes.

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Blaze Bernstein murder was hate crime, Orange County DA says

Blaze Bernstein murder was hate crime, Orange County DA says

KABC August 2, 2018 By Rob McMillan Orange County prosecutors said that a hate-crime allegation has been added against the man charged with murdering his former classmate, Blaze Bernstein. O.C. District Attorney Tony Rackauckas said Thursday the allegation was added against 21-year-old Samuel Woodward, who was charged with the murder earlier this year. Adding the hate crime allegation means Woodward,

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Proud Boys: Who they are, and why experts who study hate and extremism find them interesting

Proud Boys: Who they are, and why experts who study hate and extremism find them interesting

Last month, members of Proud Boys, the national far-right men-only group with a strong Southern California presence, were expelled from a downtown Los Angeles bar after a dust-up with Antifa, a group of anti-fascist protesters. The Proud Boys have been labeled as a hate group by the Southern Poverty Law Center for their anti-Muslim and misogynistic rhetoric, and for appearing with other hate groups at extremist rallies such as “Unite the Right.”

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Life After Hate Presentation

Life After Hate Presentation

On June 19th from 6-8pm, OC Human Relations and ADL are sponsoring a special presentation at Chapman University and you’re invited! The presentation will be by the co-founders of the amazing non-profit Life After Hate who will share their understanding of what draws individuals to extremist groups and, equally important, why they leave.

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Report shows Hate Crimes rise in US in time of division and foreign interference

Report shows Hate Crimes rise in US in time of division and foreign interference

According to a report from Cal State San Bernardino’s Center for the Study of Hate & Extremism hate crimes rose 12.5% in the 10 largest US cities in 2017.

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OC Human Relations on Sanctuary Conversation, Board of Supervisors Meeting

OC Human Relations on Sanctuary Conversation, Board of Supervisors Meeting

At the meeting of the Orange County Board of Supervisors held on March 27, 2018, numerous residents of the county came to address the Board, demonstrating a high level of civic engagement and a wide spectrum of perspectives.
Unfortunately, the meeting dissolved into hostility, name-calling and scapegoating. Such vitriol plainly impedes the ability of people – like-minded or not – to work together. This weakens our ability to address issues like homelessness and immigrant integration, and communicates the wrong message to our children.

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