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FRONTLINES TO HEADLINES: News about Liberty Hill grantees!!
Liberty Hill Foundation is pleased to announce the 2012-2013 grant recipients of the Queer Youth Fund.
Sorrow. Pain. Dismay. Discouragement. Anger. That describes the tone of conversations in our office this week about the not guilty verdict in the murder trial of George Zimmerman. The trial illustrates the depths of racial tensions in America and how profoundly they affect us all.
A monthly round-up of news stories about Liberty Hill Foundation grantee organizations.
Angelenos share histories and political memories in video interviews shot and compiled by Julie Thompson and Brogan De Paor, creators of the Los Angeles Activist Video Archive and longtime Liberty Hill supporters.
iberty Hill Foundation’s Board of Directors has named Shane Murphy Goldsmith as the next President and CEO of the Foundation.
We checked in on Queer Women of Color Media Arts Project's “Filmmaker Training Program,” which received a multiyear grant from Liberty Hill Foundation’s Queer Youth Fund in 2009.
Liberty Hill is offering a Commissions Training Program to ensure that appointees to Los Angeles commissions are drawn from diverse communities and can help civic leaders make good decisions for all communities.
Liberty Hill and its grantees received press attention, including coverage of May Day marches and immigration reform news.