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LA County Commission on Human Relations

Meeting Agendas:

May 2, 2016 Meeting Agenda


Legistar: Meeting Agenda


2015 Meeting Schedule


Commission-Approved Motion on the “Hindenburg Park” Sign


Public Record:

First Set of Communications from the Public


Second Set of Communications from the Public


Third Set of Communications - Received at Hearing and Via US Mail





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"Video of No Haters Here!
Program at Washington Prep High."



Poster Download

RESPECT - Cultural Diversity Poster





Dispute Resolution Program













LACounty 211 Information

In the News

Video of April 7, 2016 Public Hearing Regarding the Crescenta Valley Park “Hindenburg Park” Sign

NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING Regarding the Crescenta Valley Park "Hindenburg Park" Sign

UNIFORM PUBLIC HEARING PROTOCOLS

2014 Hate Crime Report - Hate Crimes in Los Angeles County Reached Second Lowest Number in 25 Years

50th Anniversary of Watts Rebellion, Commission Announces Public Hearings on Police Community Relations

Statement of the Los Angeles County Commission on Human Relations on the Emanuel African Methodist Church in Charleston, SC

Statement of the Los Angeles County Commission on Human Relations on the Passing of Dr. Maher Hathout

Statement of the Los Angeles County Human Relations Commission Affirming that Black Lives Matter

Commission supports LAUSD adoption of an Ethnic Studies requirement for High Schools


Los Angeles County's 2014 Hate Crime Report released on 09/24/2015
Press Release



2014 Hate Crime Report Download



L.A. County’s Dispute Resolution Program Invites Public Comment on Proposed Program Changes October 11, 2013 10:00 – 12:00 p.m. at 3175 W. 6th Street., Los Angeles CA 90020

If you are interested joining the meeting online, please contact Anahit Damlamanyan at (213) 637-1855 by noon, Thursday, October 10th

NO HATERS HERE VIDEO/p>

The Bricks create and perform music that combines a mix of rock, soul, hip-hop, jazz and roots music. Crafting music from real life experiences that today’s youth face daily, The Bricks use their songs to speak to their generation about social issues, including racism, homophobia, sexism and promoting acceptance for everyone.

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For more information about the Bricks,
Contact:
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Our Mission

Our mission is to promote better human relations in Los Angeles County by working to transform prejudice into acceptance, inequity into justice, and hostility into peace.


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