Liberty Hill issues reports, booklets and other publications to reveal the true impact of social problems facing Los Angeles.

Giving Black in Los Angeles: Donor Profiles and Opportunities for the Future (2012): This study of African American philanthropy in Los Angeles represents just the beginning of intensifying interest within the African American community about our philanthropic assets and power, and how to deploy them. Read the study. >>

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 LA Rising: The 1992 Civil Unrest, the Arc of Social Justice Organizing, and the Lessons for Today's Movement Building (2012): Something remarkable has occured in Los Angeles. New constituencies and new coalitions have emerged in dramatic fashion. How did Los Angeles go from the despair of 1992 to the vibrant organizing of 2012? Read the executive summary of the report detailing the impact of social justice>>

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Hidden Hazards: A Call to Action for Healthy Livable Communities (2011) provides new evidence of the high density of air pollution hazards and exposure in certain areas of Los Angeles – hazards that are “hidden” from the view of regulatory agencies because they are not contained in their official databases. This report further details environmental impact >>

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Brothers, Sons, Selves: Young Men in Los Angeles Are Ready for Change (2012) offers testimony from African American, Latino and Asian American/Pacific Islander boys and young men in L.A. County and discusses how and why these youth face a health crisis that jeopardizes the future prosperity of all Californians. Read more how this program gives aid to young men in Los Angeles>>

Read more about Liberty Hill’s work improving the lives of low income and youth of color >>

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Want to green your business or share some tips? Liberty Hill’s new resource guide for LA-area businesses summarizes nearly 50 assistance programs. Find grants, loans, tech training and more when you download our “Guide to Green.”

Guide to Green: City of Los Angeles
Guide to Green: City of Commerce