Bold Vision Initiative

Our Bold Vision Initiative aims to transform L.A. County into a place where youth of color thrive.

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It’s time for a Bold Vision for L.A. Youth

After decades of power-building, Los Angeles is ready to reimagine the way in which we empower youth of color and their families. Bold Vision is a multi-sector, multi-year initiative that aims to transform systems within L.A. County to ensure that L.A.’s Black, Native American & Indigenous, Latinx, Asian, and Pacific Islander youth thrive and meet their fullest potential. Liberty Hill is proud to be a partner to Bold Vision, supporting community groups and organizers to end barriers for youth of color in L.A. County.

To learn more about the history of Bold Vision and the community members who are leading this initiative, please click here.

To accomplish this Bold Vision will:

Strengthen Youth Voices

Ensuring that L.A.’s young people are well represented and have power in public decision-making across their full spectrum of identities and geographies.

Advance Systems Change

Drive policies and efforts that more efficiently and effectively move government towards supporting youth of color.

Establish an Infrastructure

Leverage the extraordinary existing capacities within L.A. County, centers youth of color voice, and supports coordination across the range of issues and needs youth face.

Meet Our Bold Vision Grantees

A Shared Bold Vision for L.A. Youth

As the grantmaking intermediary for Bold Vision, Liberty Hill will collaborate with community advocates to develop and manage the Bold Vision grant program. Together, we will collaborate to ensure that resources are available to not only respond to urgent needs but to facilitate the design and implementation of transformative systems and strategies.

Liberty Hill is proud to be a partner to Bold Vision because it is flipping the balance of power in Los Angeles. BIPOC youth need to be at the center of discussions about our future—this is the only way that we can transform systems of harm into systems of care so that youth can thrive.
Julio Marcial
Senior Vice President of Programs