Frontlines to Headlines November 2013

by Anonymous (not verified) on December 10, 2013

131107-mccarthy-meets-protestorsHere’s the latest round-up of media stories about Liberty Hill grantee partners, most recently published appearing first. In spite of holiday distractions (a good thing), community organizers attracted news coverage by a variety of news outlets.

It Takes a Cadre

by Anonymous (not verified) on November 01, 2013

catherine-eusebioShe’s a 2013 White House Champion for Change, but Catherine
Eusebio
stretches her nonprofit salary by living with her parents. An undaunted
Dreamer, she’s building a career with the help of the immigrant rights
community and a community service stipend from the Bertha Wolf-Rosenthal
Foundation Fund.

The People's Bridges to Government

by Anonymous (not verified) on October 11, 2013

An amazing five of the people in attendance at the Liberty Hill Commissions training are now sitting members of a City, County or State commission.

Five Things Would-Be Commissioners Ought to Know

by Anonymous (not verified) on September 27, 2013

Councilmember Bob Blumenfield addressed the Liberty Hill Commissions Training program offered by our Wally Mark Leadership Institute in June 2013 and offered five pithy pieces of advice to would-be commissioners.

33 Grants Advance Social Justice

by Anonymous (not verified) on September 14, 2013

This Liberty Hill Foundation allocated $984,000 to 33 outstanding community organizing groups working on economic, environmental and LGBT justice.

Frontlines to Headlines August

by Anonymous (not verified) on September 08, 2013

Here’s the monthly round-up of links to some of the news media stories about Liberty Hill and our grantees.

An Exhaltation of Summer Interns

by Anonymous (not verified) on August 16, 2013

This summer, Liberty Hill Foundation has had a full complement of six student interns working with us to advance environmental and economic justice, to expand LGBTQ rights, and to combat poverty.