• Congratulations to the recipients of the 2018/19 Human Relations Awards for being the change we wish to see:

    Eagle Rock Junior and Senior High School: Be a Friend Project

    Francisco Bravo Medical Magnet High School: It’s Personal Project

    Grover Cleveland Charter High School:  Youth Media Day Project

    Hollywood High School: Black History Awareness Campaign

    Los Angeles High School: The All Included Project

    Marshall High School: Community Building and Bonding Project

    Monroe High School: World Culture Club Project

    San Fernando High School: 9/11 Never Forget Memorial Voter Registration Drive

    San Fernando High School: Say Something Nice Campaign

    San Fernando High School: The Power of Joining Forces Project 

    San Pedro High School: Promoting and Affirming an Inclusive LGBTQ Community Project

    University High School: World Water Day Project

    Van Nuys High School: Newcomer Community Inclusion Program

    Van Nuys High School: Save the Mind Project

     

     

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  • One Youth with Courage can Change the World - Posters

    AF Female with white sweater  Latina graduate  Female Special Ed Student  Female Caucasian Student  Male Student Sitting  AF Male Student  Male Hispanic Student at Locker  Persian Female Student

  • Out for Safe Schools CampaignBullying We Stand Together 17+ Ways to Stand or Kneel for School Safety

  • Healthy Relationship Brochure

  • LAUSD Human Relations Commission

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