Hate Hurts Us All Project Launch

Hate Hurts Us All Project Launch

Hate Hurts Us All: Orange County Anti-Hate Work Expansion In response to the 2020 surge of hate activity, the Orange County Board of Supervisors approved a $1 million contract with the Orange County Human Relations Council to help eradicate hate. The goals of the expansion are: EDUCATE: Learn about hate activity trends in O.C. and about its impact on BIPOC

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Commission denounces antisemitic flyers

Commission denounces antisemitic flyers

Orange County Human Relations Commission denounces the distribution of antisemitic flyers throughout Orange County (March 11, 2022) According to the 2020 Orange County Hate Crimes Report, in 2019 there were 94 hate incidents and 12 hate crimes related to antisemitic discrimination. This is a 50% increase over the prior reporting period. Throughout history, during times of uncertainty, some individuals seek

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Commission denounces violence & hate in schools & community-at-large

Commission denounces violence & hate in schools & community-at-large

Orange County Human Relations Commission denounces violence and hate in schools and community-at-large (February 10, 2022) For many, the new year comes as a time of hope; an opportunity to try again. However, recently there have been hate incidents in our South Orange County schools that have served as tragic reminders that our children are not immune from the cruel

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County of Orange Celebrates 50 Years of Human Relations Commission & Increases Funding to Stop Hate

County of Orange Celebrates 50 Years of Human Relations Commission & Increases Funding to Stop Hate

County of Orange Celebrates 50 Years of Human Relations Commission and Increases Funding to Stop Hate Orange County, CA – December 17, 2021 The Orange County Board of Supervisors celebrated 50 years of work of the Human Relations Commission on Tuesday, December 14, 2021 at a presentation before their regular meeting. The Commission was founded in 1971 to seek out

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OC Human Relations Commission condemns xenophobia and White Supremacist propaganda

OC Human Relations Commission condemns xenophobia and White Supremacist propaganda

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASEContact: Norma López(714) 480-6594 | [email protected] Orange County Human Relations Commission condemns xenophobia and White Supremacist propaganda displayed at public meetings and places (December 9, 2021) Covid-19 continues to plague our country and so is the vitriol against our communities of color particularly Asian Americans. Nobody is immune or safe from being a target of hate. It has

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Statements from Aug 12 Commission Meeting

Statements from Aug 12 Commission Meeting

The County’s Orange County Human Relation Commission debated and approved two statements at its August 12, 2021 meeting. Orange County Human Relations Commission endorses Ethnic Studies Curriculum in K-12 Education Orange County Human Relations Commission condemns racist and hateful rhetoric directed at Chairman Andrew Do & newly appointed Huntington Beach City Councilwoman, Rhonda Bolton See details below:

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Commission Statement of Solidarity

Commission Statement of Solidarity

In response to the hate-speech, threats and intimidation that have been directed at OC Public Health Officer Dr. Clayton Chau and OC Supervisor Katrina Foley and their families, the Orange County Human Relations Commission issued the following statement of solidarity. Download a PDF of the Commission’s statement Report a Hate Crime

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