Social Justice Resources
OneOC stands with peaceful protesters who are exercising their constitutionally protected First Amendment rights to speak out against injustice and racism. In times of crisis, be it an earthquake, fire, civil disturbance, and/or a pandemic, OneOC is committed to accelerating nonprofit success, by bringing communities together in service, providing additional resources to our nonprofits that are still on the front-lines of these issues, for the common good of everyone.
Addressing Implicit Bias, 6/11 and 6/15:
Presented by Truth, Racial Healing & Transformation (THRT) and their partners, join us for a two-part workshop on Implicit Bias. This 101 level class will help you understand; how implicit bias shows up in ourselves and in organizations, the dynamics of implicit bias in the virtual workplace, racial disparities in the infections and casualties of the virus, the impact of the virus on perceptions of various groups in the U.S. and how you can change your personal and organizational behaviors and practices.
OC Human Relations Comprehensive Training & Workshops:
OC Human Relations offers comprehensive training and workshops in the following areas: Diversity & Inclusion, Implicit Bias, Everyday RJ (Restorative Justice), Basic Mediation, 40-Hour Divorce Mediation, Advanced Divorce Mediation Training, Constructive Conflict Engagement, Conflict Management, Leadership Development, Assembly Bill 9 (Anti-Bullying Legislation), Youth Peer Mediation, Cultural Sensitivity for Law Enforcement, and Hate Crime Education. We can develop customized workshops for your corporate or nonprofit organization. Please contact Seema Shah at firstname.lastname@example.org or (714) 480-6578 for more details.
Readings & Resources
- Anti-Racist Organizational Change: Resources for Nonprofits
- What is Systemic Racism? (A Video Series from Race Forward)
- Racial Equity Tools – Organizational Change Processes
- Racial Equity Starts from Within Nonprofits (GMA Foundations)
- Anti-Racism Resources (Fair Budget Coalition)
- Structural Racism in America (Urban Institute)
Local Social Justice Organizations
- Anti-Defamation League of Orange County / Long Beach: ADL is a leading anti-hate organization, a global leader in exposing extremism and delivering anti-bias education, and is a leading organization in training law enforcement. ADL’s ultimate goal is a world in which no group or individual suffers from bias, discrimination or hate.
- OC Human Relations: OC Human Relations provides programs in collaboration with schools, individuals, cities, businesses, foundations and the county to support a vision of an Orange County where our diversity is realized as a source of strength.
- Multi-Ethnic Collaborative of Community Agencies (MECCA): The vision of the Multi-Ethnic Collaborative of Community Agencies (MECCA) is to enhance and improve the quality of life for underserved multicultural communities by being a unified voice advocating to reduce ethnic disparities.
- Orange County Justice Fund: The Orange County Justice Fund (OCJF) is dedicated to generating support for transformative and effective legal representation for some of the most vulnerable members of the Orange County community.
- Resilience Orange County: The mission of Resilience Orange County is to promote resilient youth leaders that engage in the critical work of building youth-oriented institutions in Orange County. We are a youth oriented institution that works towards social-systemic transformation while promoting healing, trauma-informed and culturally relevant practices that are inclusive of all members of the community.
- OC Racial Justice Collaborative: We are an Orange County, CA-based group committed to organizing, educating, and taking action for racial justice. We focus on educating ourselves and others about anti-racist practices, supporting and partnering with People of Color-led organizations, and calling in more white folks to join us. Our goal is to build a powerful multiracial majority that disrupts racist systems, ideologies, and actions.
Our commitment to service is 365 days a year. Here’s a brief snapshot of this year’s initiatives to date:
- In January 2020, we coordinated the 21st Annual MLK Day of Service with more than 1000 volunteers in attendance
- In February 2020, we hosted Orange County’s inaugural Board Diversity Summit, where companies, nonprofits and community stakeholders came together to listen, learn and discuss how we can engage diverse leaders to help solve the most pressing issues in our community
- Beginning in March 2020, we have mobilized 1,802 Volunteers in support of COVID-19 relief efforts
We will continue to update this page with resources that will help to educate, activate, and uplift our communities. To share a resource, please contact email@example.com.