Giving Tuesday Tip #2: Binge Branding

by Anonymous (not verified) on November 22, 2014

You've made LHF-GT-Logo-Square-Hashtag-White-on-Greenthe decision to GIVE  to Liberty Hill on #GivingTuesday, great!  Now what?  Fly your flag proud!  Let the (cyber) world know that you are giving and so should they.

Giving Tuesday Tip#1: Our video vs. Your video

by Anonymous (not verified) on November 21, 2014

LHF-GT-Logo-Square-Hashtag-White-on-GreenAt Liberty Hill, we love #GivingTuesday, a chance to GIVE locally to more than 35 grassroots organizations  and  we love competitio

Give & Share with Liberty Hill on Giving Tuesday!

by Anonymous (not verified) on November 19, 2014

LHF-GT-Logo-Square-Hashtag-White-on-GreenJoin Liberty Hill online December 2, 2014  for #GivingTuesday,  the massive global online giving event.

Frontlines to Headlines Oct.-Nov. 2014

by Anonymous (not verified) on November 11, 2014


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Stories on Policy Change Work

What Working on the Frontlines Looks like: Legislative Wins and Setbacks

by Anonymous (not verified) on October 14, 2014

Liberty Hill's 2014 Fund for Change Grants

by Anonymous (not verified) on September 19, 2014



By Margarita Ramirez

This year Liberty Hill's  Fund for Change is investing $864,000 in the most effective community organizers working on economic justice and LGBTQ justice in L.A. How do we know? For the past six months, Liberty Hill staff members and Community Funding Board members have reviewed applications, conducted site visits and interviews, and met in collaborative decision-making sessions. The total list includes 32 organizations receiving one-year grants ranging from $5,000 to $40,000 and three groups receiving their second installments of two-year grants. Six of the 2015 grant recipient groups are seed organizations. Congratulations! Liberty Hill grants are accelerating concrete social change led by the people impacted by injustice.

Field report from #Our Lives Matter, a youth rally for Justice for Michael Brown and Ezell Ford.

by Anonymous (not verified) on August 22, 2014


By Tamika Butler, Director of Social Change Strategies

Testimony from Girls and Women at Two Empowering Events

by Anonymous (not verified) on August 07, 2014

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Updated August 19, 2014

Sisterhood Rising

New Director of Social Change Strategies Tamika Butler has Huge Plans for Liberty Hill

by Anonymous (not verified) on June 06, 2014

By Crystal Shaw My-Brother's-Keeper-5-12-2014-9143Tamika Butler, Esq. has joined the Liberty Hill Foundation in her newly created role as Director of Social Change Strategies.  In her first month at the foundation, she had a whirlwind of events – from the Upton Sinclair Dinner to the My Brother’s Keeper White House Listening Session – to introduce her to Liberty Hill grantees, donors and supporters.

During last month’s My Brother’s Keeper event, Tamika was on hand for the day that included a local prison tour, an inspiring trip to a local high school and a number of listening sessions with community members and leaders.  At the end of the day the White House staff told Tamika that California had “set the bar” and commented repeatedly on the fact that we are doing amazing work for young men of color in the state.

A White House report was submitted to the president after the visit and in it, President Obama called on the American people to get engaged through mentorship opportunities nationwide, something Tamika is quick to point out that Liberty Hill is already doing through the Brothers, Sons, Selves coalition.  The president’s call-to-action is to get involved in My Brother’s Keeper by signing up as a long-term mentor to young people at  Get more information on the White House report here.

Watch Veronica Gutierrez Receive Liberty Hill’s 2014 Founders Award

by Anonymous (not verified) on May 18, 2014

Liberty Hill honored an outstanding group at this year’s Upton Sinclair Dinner, and we wanted to share all of their inspiring acceptance speeches with you. Get ready to be moved by Veronica Gutierrez who received Liberty Hill’s 2014 Founders Award.