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Human Relations Forum - Everyone Matters in Santa Clarita 

Mission Statement
The mission of the Santa Clarita Valley Human Relations Forum is to encourage, assist, and empower our community to eliminate all forms of discrimination, and to promote understanding and appreciation of human differences.

How did the Human Relations Forum Begin?
In May 1994, members of the community addressed the Santa Clarita City Council requesting the formation of a task force to promote understanding and appreciation of cultural diversity in Santa Clarita.

How does the Human Relations Forum achieve its goal?
The Forum works to promote positive human relations and acceptance of all people in every aspect of community life. Our goal is to make Santa Clarita a place where all people can live and work peacefully with a better understanding of each other and the value of diversity.

If you are interested in supporting, or being involved with the Human Relations Forum, contact the Human Services Office at (661) 250-3708, or


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Art and Education
January through February, Santa Clarita students - kindergarten through twelfth grade may participate in contests to foster creative expression on what they think about human relation issues. Winners are recognized in an awards ceremony. The categories include: Photography Contest -Through the Lens, Pen and Paper, and Art & Canvas.

Operation Us
A program developed and presented by high school students which addresses race relations and prejudice in the community. The high school students facilitate interactive assemblies held for sixth grade students. The goal is to break racial and cultural barriers that exist and develop understanding among the diverse student population in Santa Clarita. Operation Us has reached 8,000 students since 2003.

For more information about the Los Angeles County Commission on Human Relations, visit their website at