The Los Angeles County Commission on Human Relations is dedicated to promoting positive human relations in an increasingly complex and multicultural county.
The Commission works to develop programs that proactively address racism, homophobia, religious prejudice, linguistic bias, anti-immigrant sentiment, and other divisive attitudes that can lead to intercultural tension, hate crimes, and related violence.
IRIS is a non-profit, non-sectarian organization that offers refugee resettlement assistance, employment placement and immigration legal aid.
The mission of IRIS is to welcome and provide tangible tools and connections to help new arrivals achieve self-sufficiency in the United States.
We affect universal religious tolerance through innovative programs, education, and broad collaboration. Our Mission is to promote religious tolerance, interfaith dialogue, and education about religions of the world as a pathway to world peace.
URI is a global grassroots interfaith network that cultivates peace and justice by engaging people to bridge religious and cultural differences and work together for the good of their communities and the world.
We implement our mission through grassroots groups, called Cooperation Circles, which bring diverse people together to jointly engage in community actions such as conflict resolution and reconciliation, environmental sustainability, education, women’s and youth programs, and advocacy for human rights.
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The Orange County Human Relations Council is a private, non-profit 501(c)3 organization founded in 1991 for the purpose of developing and implementing proactive human relations programs in partnership with schools, corporations, cities, foundations and individuals.
RHR was established in 1966 through the passage of Ordinance No. 3389 and created to ensure that all members advocate for equal opportunity, justice, and access to services and opportunities in the City of Riverside.
To empower communities and institutions, promote an informed and inclusive multicultural society, and to engage in activities designed to aid in eliminating prejudice, intolerance and discrimination against individuals or groups for any reason.
Our mission is to connect people to vital resources that help achieve their path to a greater quality of life.
The Human Resources Department is committed to providing effective customer service to all departments, employees, and constituents of San Bernardino County through the timely delivery of innovative, quality human resources systems, programs, and services.
SD Human Relations strives to conduct and promote activities that foster mutual respect and understanding. SDHR works to create an atmosphere that promotes amicable relations among all members of the San Diego community while protecting basic human and civil rights.
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