This month, Liberty Hill grantee groups worked on voter registration drives, community benefits agreements and campaigns for immigration reforms, clean drinking water, transit justice and foreclosure prevention.
Community-customized voter guides are one of the tools Liberty Hill's grantee groups bring to Get Out the Vote organizing.
Here are remarks made by Vincent, Liberty Hill's Deputy Director of Common Agenda, at today's Grantmakers for Children Youth and Families Annual Conference in El Paso, where he received that groups' first-ever Emerging Leader in Philanthropy award.
Liberty Hill is partnering with GOOD Magazine and The Goldhirsh Foundation to award $10,000 to the most promising L.A. area project to mobilize voters.
We've posted photos of some of the many events and actions that Liberty Hill grantee members and leaders participated in during September in an album on our Facebook Page.
Liberty Hill's Queer Youth Fund Announces 2012 Grants of $500,000 To Advance Safety, Self-Determination Queer Youth Fund Announces 2012 and Justice for LGBTQ Youth
Liberty Hill Announces $716,500 in 2012 Fund for Change grants to community organizing social justice groups in Los Angeles.
Here’s a round-up of links to recent news stories about Liberty Hill grantees.
Liberty Hill's Facebook photo album features snapshots of the activities of L.A. grassroots social justice groups.