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Newsletter - December 2016

"If we fall into despair, we concede."*
Liberty Hill Foundation. Change L.A. Day By Day.
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What We Can Do Now
It’s been a month of strategic discussions—at the grassroots, among organizers, with nonprofit leaders and with government officials. Liberty Hill staff has participated at every level. The takeaway? Once again, Liberty Hill has a vital role to play at a time of crisis. What can we do now?

Give now to the work underway in Los Angeles to preserve solidarity and prepare resources. Hear the voices of the new generation of leaders of color who are setting the progressive agenda for the long haul. Be a part of building a fairer future.

Shane Goldsmith breaks down next steps for Angelenos in our movement for social justice. Read more on our blog.


Shortly after November 8, Congressmember Karen Bass* (quoted at the very top of this email) and philanthropist Fran Jemmott sat down at Liberty Hill’s Kitchen Table to talk about the impact of federal politics on local conditions, their own leadership history, and the moment.

Were you there? The Liberty Hill Commissions Training Program graduation, a Downtown L.A. march for a fearless California, the XX Fund's grantmaking celebration, and Brothers, Sons, Selves addressing the LAUSD Board. It's all in our latest Facebook Photo Gallery.