Teens needed as advisors



The Los Angeles County Commission on Human Relations has launched a public education campaign for young people to combat the roots of hate and hate crimes in the schools and cities of Los Angeles County.
The first step of the new program is the creation of Youth ACT, a group ideally composed of 15 to 20 youths who will represent the five supervisory districts. Youth ACT currently has 13 members, and this core group is helping to build a long-term human relations infrastructure for L.A....

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