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Timings Mon - Thus 10:00 - 6:30 PM
Friday: 10.30 - 8:45 PM

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12TH ANNUAL ORANGE COUNTY HERITAGE COUNCIL
Heritage Council Youth Art Contest!

SUBMITTAL DEADLINE: JAN 12, 2025

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It is now time for all young artists and their supporters to prepare for our 12th Annual Orange County Heritage Council Youth Art Contest. The artwork will be on display at the Black History Parade and Unity Festival on February 1, 2025, in the Youth Village. The 1st place artwork will be exhibited in the Muzeo Museum or the Anaheim Central Library, location and date to be determined. Prizes will be awarded at the Youth Village during the Unity Festival on Saturday, February 1, 2025.






Food & Product Giveaway

​OCHC has been serving the community by distributing thousands of free food boxes each week in locations across Orange County and Los Angeles County. Boxes contain fresh fruit & vegetables, dairy products, and protein. Stay tuned for upcoming giveway events featuring personal care products. Check the Food Giveaway link for updates.







​Scholarships

The 2021 OCHC Scholarship Awards Ceremony was recently. Four students – graduating high school seniors and university students – were each awarded $2,500 scholarships this year. The scholarships are enabled by a generous donation by Vans, a VF Company. We’re proud to announce the return of scholarship opportunity for students in first – 11th grade ! ​ 2023 Helen M Shipp Scholarship Essay Guide Application

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Our Team

Dwayne's (BH) Shipp

Steering Committee Chair

Wanda Reynolds

​Youth Art Contest

Shedrick Collins

Parade Committee Co-Chairs

Darcel Davidson

​Vendor Coordinator

Words From Visitors

J Barnes Family

Santa Ana, CA

​We’ve been enjoying the Black History Parade since the 80’s! It gives us a reconnect with old friends and make new ones.

J Danielle ​& Michele

​We love coming to ​the Black History Parade.

J A Shared Memory

Santa Ana, CA

“ Shared memories … it was the African American Shipp family that provided these moments of Mexican-American cultural pride in my own family” Click for full article