News From The Frontlines
Hear from the voices of the movement and our partners fighting for justice and equity in Los Angeles.
As the Summer months draw to a close Liberty Hill is gearing up for a banner Fall season with the launch of the 2021 Fund for Change and Liberty Vote! Grants and a new focus on Rising Activists, as well as an expanded priority area—Youth and Transformative Justice. If you missed last month’s issue you will notice we have also launched a refreshed brand identity and website! Change is in the air.
Liberty Hill Announces Historic Investment in Grassroots Organizing: Fund for Change & Liberty Vote Grants Announced
Liberty Hill is proud to announce a historic $3.34 million investment in the local grassroots and community organizing ecosystem and its leaders of color in L.A.
A Commitment to Rising Activists & Emerging Leaders
This year’s 2021 Fund for Change and Liberty Vote! grants are building on our legacy of supporting emerging organizations at various levels of development by making a commitment to “Rising Activist” organizations across the County.
Youth & Transformative Justice: An Expanded Focus
Liberty Hill Foundation’s Youth & Transformative Justice program seeks to shift power from punishment systems to people impacted by mass criminalization and work toward reimagined approaches to justice that invest in communities rather than prisons and surveillance.
Ready to Rise Impact Report Released
The report looks at R2R’s strategies to transform the justice system and to reinvest in the health and well-being of historically excluded young people and their communities.
Dodgers Foundation Solidifies Support for Social Justice Initiatives
To date, the Dodgers Foundation and Kershaw's Challenge have raised more than $415,000 for this critical work. This marks a bold step forward and a significant investment in our work in Los Angeles.
Black-Led Giving Circles Host Black Philanthropy Month Event
Last month’s inaugural "I Am A Philanthropist" Black Philanthropy Month event sponsored by Uplifting Change brought together giving circle members, donor activists, and community organization leaders from across Los Angeles.