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  • Hate crimes rose in Orange County after Trump's election, Commission says
    Hate crimes rose in Orange County after Trump’s election, Commission says
    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....
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  • OC Human Relations Receives  JAMS Foundation/NAFCM Grant
    OC Human Relations Receives JAMS Foundation/NAFCM Grant
    Agency to work with Santa Ana’s Cedar-Evergreen Neighborhood residents to empower them to bring lasting, positive change to their community. The nonprofit will facilitate dialogues between residents, community service organizations, and governmental...
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  • Call for Nominations: Looking for a Local Business that Embraces Diversity, Respect, and Inclusion
    Call for Nominations: Looking for a Local Business that Embraces Diversity, Respect, and Inclusion
    MEDIA ALERT January 25, 2017   CONTACT:     Melissa Morgan, Director of Partnerships Phone: (714) 480-6582 Email:  [email protected]   OC Human Relations to Honor OC Business for Embracing Diversity, Respect, and Inclusion...
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  • Rusty Kennedy Fighting Injustice
    Rusty Kennedy Fighting Injustice
    OC Register, December 5, 1999 1955 – Rusty Kennedy starts standing up for human rights when he’s lying down.  In his stroller.  His mother, Natalie, pushes baby Rusty around their Golden Hills...
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  • A Walk For Diversity
    A Walk For Diversity
    The Los Angeles Times, December 6, 1998 The changing face of  Orange County is ever more apparent.  The percentage of whites is decreasing, the percentage of Latinos and Asians is increasing...click here...
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  • Tolerance Program Praised
    Tolerance Program Praised
    The OC Register, April 28, 1998 BRIDGES, an Orange County school program, was honored by the White House this week for its efforts to teach youth ethnic tolerance and understanding… click here...
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