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March 5, 2018 | Human Resources Department

Strong Survival: Student Documentary Film Takes on Human Trafficking in Sonoma County

Sonoma County Junior Commission on Human Rights creates powerful documentary about human trafficking. Read full story


March 1, 2018 | Human Resources Department

Junior Commission on Human Rights Supports Sonoma County Schools and Universities Participating in National Walkout Day on March 14th

Junior Commission on Human Rights supports Sonoma County schools and universities participating in National Walkout on March 14, taking action to demand Congress pass sensible legislation to address school shootings and gun violence. Read full story


February 7, 2018 | Human Resources Department

Discrimination and Bullying in Our Schools

Sonoma County Junior Commission on Human Rights releases the results of a peer to peer anonymous online survey on discrimination and bullying in Sonoma County high schools. Read full story


April 4, 2017 | Human Resources Department

Junior Commission on Human Rights Launches Youth Survey on Racism in Sonoma County High Schools

The Junior Commission on Human Rights launches youth survey on racism in Sonoma County high schools. Read full story


March 11, 2017 | Human Resources Department

Sonoma County Junior Commission on Human Rights Fights Food Food Insecurity One Meal at a Time

The Sonoma County Junior Commissioners is fighting to end food insecurity with a series of 24-hour events to raise funds for the Redwood Empire Food Bank. The next two events are March 24 and April 22, 2017. Read full story


August 3, 2016 | Human Resources Department

Women Can Vote! Women Can Run! Women Can Win!

The County of Sonoma Commission on the Status of Women (CSW) will be holding a free family-friendly workshop and event featuring voter registration and education, local political success stories, as well as guidance on getting involved in public service. Read full story