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We are a human relations organization dedicated to achieving respect and understanding for all through education and dialogue. OCCJ seeks to facilitate understanding and empower individuals to create inclusive communities through dynamic, diversity and inclusion programming for all ages. 

"In the struggle for equity and inclusion, there is still much work to do. Join us as we strive to educate and empower individuals and communities to achieve our vision of eliminating bigotry and racism in our state." – Moises Echeverria, President & CEO 

Welcome to our 2020 fall practicum intern, Erika Stone-Burnett.

We were honored to host another installment of our "Community Conversations series" focusing on how art informs activism and change. During this panel, four experts discussed the different ways art can inspire change and influence movements. 

OCCJ’s Inclusive Leadership Collective (ILC) is pleased to announce the 2020 cohort of the Inclusive Leadership Institute powered by the Lobeck Taylor Family Foundation.