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 agencies to address the needs of residents of the Cedar-Evergreen Neighborhood, a low income, primarily immigrant area in Santa Ana

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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 in the Workplace on May 4 Seeking Nominations of Local Businesses and Corporations by 4pm, February 23   What:   For 46 years, OC Human Relations has been honoring

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Young Volunteer Inspires Students at Walk In My Shoes

Young Volunteer Inspires Students at Walk In My Shoes

Christian Lopez, a college student, writer, public speaker, activist and volunteer board member with OC Human Relations, will be presenting the “Put the Move in Movement” workshop at this Friday’s Walk In My Shoes Youth Leadership Conference for 500 high school students from across Orange County. This event continues OC Human Relations’ annual tradition of inspiring empathy amongst youth and will be held at California State University, Fullerton on Friday, November 18, 2016.

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A statement from the Commission on the Orlando terrorist attack

Orange County Human Relations Commission 1300 S. Grand, Bldg B, Santa Ana, CA 92705 714-480-6570 FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Contact: Alison Edwards 714-480-6573, [email protected] June 13, 2016 (Orange County, CA) – Today, when we look across the world, the nation and even across the room, we see pain and anguish in the eyes of our friends and neighbors. The feeling is

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