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Liberty Hill has released a new report, called Drilling Down, about urban oil drilling practices that are having serious health and environmental consequences in low income communities of color. The Los Angeles Daily News covered the report’s findings, while a Los Angeles Times report on the issue quoted Liberty Hill Program Manager, Daniela Simunovic. Curbed Los Angeles also provided coverage.
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On Sunday, October 11, Governor Brown signed into law SB 588, the bill developed with input from Koreatown Immigrant Workers Alliance (KIWA) that puts some teeth into enforcement of California’s wage laws and helps workers collect wages they’ve earned.
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By Karen Driscoll – BSS Program Manager
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Liberty Hill is pleased to announce that Jennifer Epps-Addison has joined us as Chief Program Officer. Jennifer was most recently Executive Director of Wisconsin Jobs Now, the largest base-bu
Sep 24 2015Continue ReadingLiberty Hill’s new Fund for Economic Equity and Dignity (FEED) has made its first round of grants to five strong California worker-led organizations combating wage theft. These are just-in-time grants!
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On June 11, Liberty Hill Foundation’s Wally Marks Leadership Institute for Change Commissions Training Program hosted a panel and discussion on “Targeted Hire in Public Projec
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Find out what powerful change our social justice partners have been fighting for on the frontlines.
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By Joe Rihn
Liberty Hill Foundation offers Special Opportunity Fund Grants to provide tactical, quick-turnaround dollars for organizations seeking support for timely capacity-building opportunities. A recent SOF Grant was just what an Antelope Valley organization called The Community Action League needed to tackle a pressing local problem of police abuse and racial discrimination tied to Section 8 housing.