Mời đề cử: Tìm kiếm cá nhân và tổ chức tại Orange County để vinh danh

THÔNG CÁO BÁO CHÍ Ngày 15 tháng Giêng năm 2015 LIÊN LẠC: Melissa Morgan, Director of Partnerships, (714) 480-6582, [email protected]   Mời đề cử:  Tìm kiếm cá nhân và tổ chức tại Orange County để vinh danh Nhằm ghi nhận công sức các cá nhân và tổ chức đã đem lại trường học và cộng đồng an toàn, cho mọi

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OC Human Relations to Honor OC Business for Embracing Diversity and Inclusion

Nominations are being accepted for outstanding businesses or corporations that have gone above and beyond ordinary practices to embrace the principles of diversity and inclusion in the workplace. The business award nomination deadline is 4:00 p.m., Friday, February 27, 2015. The Distinguished Business Award will be presented at the OC Human Relations AWARDS 44 event on May 7, 2015 at the City National Grove of Anaheim.

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Nominations sought for those who foster human relations

Nominations sought for those who foster human relations

OC Register, January 9, 2015 The Orange County Human Relations Commission is seeking nominations for its annual awards honoring those who have fostered greater understanding and respect for others in Orange County. “Awards 44” will recognize individuals and groups involved in community causes, law enforcement, and schools for making a lasting contribution to human relations in the county. Nominees can

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‘Selma’ Resonates in Orange County

'Selma' Resonates in Orange County

OC Register, Jan 8, 2015 by America Hernadez As the civil rights movie “Selma” arrives in theaters throughout Orange County today, backlash has already begun regarding the film’s depiction of then-President Lyndon B. Johnson. Director and co-writer Ava DuVernay has garnered praise in the past for her ability to craft complex black characters, most notably with the 2012 drama “Middle

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Commission Plans Police Community Dialogues

Commission Plans Police Community Dialogues

The OC Human Relations Commission convened on 12.11.2014 and discussed what can be done to address the fear and mistrust that escalates confrontations between law enforcement officials and boys and men of color, into violence and even death. The Commission voted to reach out to partners in the community and law enforcement to explore the possibility of organizing dialogues between the police and diverse communities.

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Not finding a welcome here would be a loss for Fullerton

Not finding a welcome here would be a loss for Fullerton

Fullerton Observer, mid-December, 2014 Nearby neighbors have no problems with the six Zen Buddhist nuns or their meditation sessions held at their long-time home on Euclid.  The temple’s 20 or so members who gather to meditate on Sunday mornings are mostly elderly people who fled their homes after it became too dangerous to stay for those who fought with the

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Fullerton’s Bad Weather Shelter

Fullerton's Bad Weather Shelter

An article by Rusty Kennedy, Executive Director, OC Human Relations. Friday night my wife Anita dragged me along to the Fullerton Armory to set-up, serve and clean-up for the homeless individuals who use this last chance shelter for all. It had been a long week and this didn’t seem like our usual date-night activity

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Awards 44: Call for Nominations

OC Human Relations is seeking nominations of individuals, law enforcement, schools, and community organizations that have made lasting contributions to human relations in Orange County to be honored at AWARDS 44 on May 7, 2015 at the City National Grove of Anaheim.

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Commission Issues Transgender Community Listening Sessions Report

Commission Issues Transgender Community Listening Sessions Report

On September 11, 2014 the Orange County Human Relations Commission convened its members at The Center OC, a nonprofit organization in Santa Ana that provides support for the Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, and Transgender (LGBT) communities in Orange County. At the request of the Chair, Ken Inouye, the Commission went to The Center OC to conduct a Listening Session focused on members of

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The Power of One Click

OC Human Relations invites YOU to donate virtually during December! Your Clicks = $$…. “Donate” a click today! In December, for every new LIKE on our Facebook page, our Board will donate $1 to us, up to $2,000! It’s easy, free & you can click from your computer or mobile device now. Your “likes” will help create safe and inclusive schools

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