Established in 1999, HREC is a 501(c)3 nonprofit organization provides various educational programs that address bias, bullying and discrimination in the community.
In addition to teaching many children in Utah HREC has accomplished the following
Cross-Cultural Youth Training Teams -2001, 2002, 2003
“That’s Not Okay”, Voices of Utah teenage victims of prejudice, 2002
“Bang, Bang You’re Dead” A play about School Violence, 2003
“Interfaith Youth Together” Workshops for Youth, 2004
Facilitation, International Conference on Prejudice and Conflict/Pre-Conference Workshop: “Perspectives on Prejudice”, Salt Lake City, Utah 2005
Approved Anti-Bullying Educator, Utah State Board of Education, 2005
Facilitation: The Movie “CRASH”, A Dialogue YWCA Week Without Violence, 2006
Salt Lake County Peace Project, 2007
“A Culture of Connection” Community Dialogues, 2007
HREC 2005 Winner - Alliance for Unity AwardLast Updated on 2008-07-15 13:30:01In an effort without precedent in Utah, Mayor Rocky Anderson and Jon Huntsman have convened a group of community leaders from diverse ethnic, religious, and political backgrounds to form the Alliance for Unity.
Each year two $10,000 grants are awarded to two organizations in Utah which best promote, in deed and word, the value expressed in the Alliance's mission statement.
KRCL Radio Action Interview Last Updated on 2008-07-15 00:00:00KRCL Radio Action Interview
with Executive Director Carla
Kelley and board member Cliff Lyon on December 27, 2004
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KRCL Radio Action Interview Last Updated on 2008-07-15 00:00:00
Action Interview with Executive Director Carla Kelley and board member Cliff Lyon
December 27, 2004
HREC wins Spy Hop Productions Grant!Last Updated on 2008-07-15 00:00:00The Media Studio Youth Apprenticeship Program is one of five core programs at Spy Hop Productions and is dedicated to providing underserved youth with hands-on education and real-world career experiences in three multimedia disciplines: film/video production, audio production, and web development.
For five months, high school-age apprentices work with professional mentors and educators to design, develop, and implement scalable media campaigns for local businesses and non-profit groups. Project highlights since 2002 include television and radio public service announcements, promotional reels, industry videos, and web sites for: United Way of Salt Lake City, Intermountain Health Care, the Road Home, and The TRUTH for Youth Campaign. More »
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