Overcoming Violence & Injustice: The Human Relations Approach
Tuesday, April 2, 2013 from 8:00 AM to 3:30 PM (PDT)
San Francisco, California
London, United Kingdom
Join dozens of individuals and representatives from organizations from across the state on Tuesday, April 2, 2013, as we examine how we can work together to overcome violence and injustice in our communities.
The daylong conference will take place in the Redwood Room of The California Endowment.
Keynote addresses will be given by Robert K. Ross, president and chief executive officer of The California Endowment, and USC sociology professor Manuel Pastor. Ross will discuss his recent national tour exploring the issues affecting young men of color as well as efforts to dismantle structural racism. Pastor will discuss the recent "California Immigrant Integration Scorecard," issued by the University of Southern California's Center for the Study of Immigrant Integration, which measured immigrant integration and progress across 10 California regions: Santa Clara, East Bay, San Diego, Sacramento, Orange, San Francisco, Inland Empire, Los Angeles, San Joaquin and Fresno.
Other presenters include Rusty Kennedy, executive director of Orange County Human Relations, Danielle Nava, director of programs for The California Conference for Equality and Justice; Dannell Scarborough, executive director of the San Diego Human Relations Commission, and Robin Toma, executive director of the Los Angeles County Human Relations Commission.
Conference registration, which includes a continental breakfast and lunch, is $100 for members of the general public, $80 for CAHRO members and $50 for students if you register before March 15, March 19 for CAHRO members.
After March 15, registration is $125 for members of the general public, $100 for CAHRO members and $50 for students. Attendees can also pay at the door.
When & Where
California Association of Human Relations Organizations
CAHRO’s three primary objectives are aimed at strengthening the infrastructure of human relations organizations in California:
- To establish and support local and regional networks of human relations organizations
- To promote communication between local and regional networks of human relations organizations
- To build the capacity of organizations addressing human relations issues through information sharing, training, and technical assistance