Founded in 1958, as a community based organization, the Burbank Human Relations Council seeks to eliminate barriers that separate people from each other and build bridges of understanding. BHRC has continued to serve the Burbank community as a resource, and for advocacy. We promote equality and understanding through education and action. We are not funded by the city, or any other entity. We are an all-volunteer, fully independent organization.
We are always looking for new members and volunteers to help us make our vision a reality in the Burbank community. You can support the goals of the Burbank Human Relations Council through your membership. We look forward to you joining us !
Holocaust Education in Schools
Community Holocaust Commemoration
Advocacy and Issues
Hate Crime Network
Neighbor to Neighbor Campaign
BHRC creates opportunities for engagement and education on hate crimes, and basic human and civil rights.
BHRC supports and facilitates community dialogue and forums.
BHRC collaborates with others to celebrate the diversity in our community.
BHRC, in partnership with the L.A. County Human Relations Commission, Burbank Police Dept. and Family Service Agency of Burbank, tracks hate crimes and hate incidents and offers assistance to victims.
BHRC fosters inclusion and equal access and works to promote public policy positions that promote good human relations.
BHRC works with the Burbank Unified School District and the City of Burbank and serves as a resource; and BHRC works with the community to investigate and moderate intergroup conflict.
The BHRC was presented with the 2018 John Anson Ford Human Relations Award for our Hate Crime Program. Our partnership with the Burbank Police Department was recognized as an effective tool in supporting victims and fostering good community-police relations.
BHRC appreciates the work of all volunteers, supporters and community partners as we celebrate our 60th year of building togetherhood in Burbank. It was great to be presented with this special recognition.
The BHRC is offering free yard signs to our community as part of our celebration of 60 years of Building Togetherhood in Burbank.
Side 1 : CHOOSE LOVE.BE KIND, Side 2 : HATE HAS NO HOME HERE
You can pick up a sign at the GeoGallery located at 1545 Victory Blvd. (located between Alameda Ave & Riverside Dr) weekdays between 9:00 am - 5:30 pm.
If you'd like your sign delivered ( Burbank only) please sign in below in the CONTACT US portion of this website; include you address in comments, or email TheBHRC@gmail.com
The YARD SIGNS will be available at the following future events:
Martin Luther KIng Jr Breakfast
Diversity Show at Colony Theatre
The YARD SIGN campaign is a FREE community building program because of a generous donation made to the BHRC by past President, John P. Brady. He rests in eternal peace.
Burbank Family Service Agency
Ca. Assn. of Human Relations Organizations
Council on American Islamic Relations
Equality California (EQCA)
Muslim Public Affairs Council
Network Against Hate Crimes- L.A. County
Southern Poverty Law Center
U.S. Department of Justice -Community Relations Service
THE COUNCIL RECEIVES CONSULTANT SERVICES FROM THE LOS ANGELES COUNTY COMMISSION ON HUMAN RELATIONS
Your membership supports our mission and goals, our annual programs and special projects
P.O. Box 3333, Burbank, CA 91508-3333
Whether you help through monetary donations, volunteering your time, or spreading our mission through word-of-mouth, thank you. We couldn't accomplish our goals without the help of supporters like you. Your contribution and membership helps us make a difference.