Since 1998, Fostering Interracial Respect and Acceptance

Announcements

Merle Woo

"...a human and beautiful framework, created in a community, bonded not by color, sex or class, but by love and the common goal for the liberation of mind, heart and spirit."

It is not difficult

 

Even a smile can break defenses!

Because:

 

Diversity is beautiful

How?


Tolerance, acceptance, understanding

Where shall I begin?


An open mind is a great start

Daily Message

"I have decided to stick with love. Hate is too great a burden to bear." Martin Luther King, Jr.
Welcome to the Human Relations Council
Human Relations Council

It's 10th Annual Black History Month Essay Contest again!!!

 

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Check out our pictures from this year's First People's Day 2013

 

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Congratulation to our 9th Annual Black History Month Essay Contest Winners!!

 

 

Congratulations to our Middle School Essay Contest winners:

(from l) Hemet City Councilmember Linda Krupa, Sirr Gardener of San Jacinto Valley Academy - Second Place, Ernesto Garcia of San Jacinto Valley Academy - Honorable Mention, Jorgia Petersen of San Jacinto Valley Academy - Honorable Mention, Andrea Mares of Western Center Academy - First Place, City of San Jacinto Mayor Mark Bartel.

(Not shown - Gabriella Berry of Monte Vista Middle School - Honorable Mention)

 

 

Congratulations to our High School Essay Contest winners:

(from l) Hemet City Councilmember Linda Krupa, Liam Farrell of San Jacinto Valley Academy – First Place, Brittany Travis of Mountain Heights Academy – Second Place, Andre DelCarpio of San Jacinto High School – Honorable Mention, and Ayana Franks of San Jacinto High School – Honorable Mention, City of San Jacinto Mayor Mark Bartel.

(Not shown - De’Nesha Thomas of San Jacinto High School – Honorable Mention).

 

 

Congratulations to our Undergraduate College Essay Contest winners:

(from l) Hemet City Councilmember Linda Krupa, Somailia Shantell Miller Salmond of University of California Riverside – Second Place, Joseph Hernandez of Mt. San Jacinto College – First Place, City of San Jacinto Mayor Mark Bartel.

 

 

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We are a citizens' group dedicated to the following:

  • Promoting cooperation and positive human relations in the community
  • Promoting legal, economic and political equality
  • Promoting equal access to health, housing, education and employment
  • Preventing and ending discrimination among people based on race, ethnicity, national origin, religion, age, disability or sexual orientation
  • Providing resources and referrals to solve problems of hate and discrimination

Our Mission:

To promote cooperation and positive human relations in the community.