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  • Newsletter - May 2018

    Justice Begins at Home

    Every movement has its leaders. With the Leaders to Watch program, Liberty Hill is recognizing the ones working on L.A.'s most pressing problems, and providing them with tools to develop their skills and boost their campaigns.

  • Newsletter - April 2018

    From Protest to Power

    Meet Liz Levitt Hirsch, someone known for bringing people together by hosting incredible music in free outdoor venues. She is also our Founders Award honoree for this year's Upton Sinclair Dinner. Liz sat down with Liberty Hill for a Q&A about her passion for arts, activism and making L.A. dance.

  • Newsletter - March 2018

    From Protest to Power

    Liberty Hill is thrilled to announce that this year's Upton Sinclair Award will go to an esteemed civil rights leader and guiding light of today's resistance: Congressman John Lewis. Be sure to secure your ticket for this inspirational night.

  • Newsletter - January/February 2018

    Progressive Leaders Live Here: Marqueece Harris-Dawson

    As Liberty Hill continues our fight for a healthy and environmentally just region as part of our Agenda for a Just Future, we are narrowing our lens with a keen focus on ending oil drilling near homes and schools in low income communities and communities of color.

  • Newsletter - November 2017

    Progressive Leaders Live Here: Marqueece Harris-Dawson

    Liberty Hill is unveiling a bold new policy plan to tackle three of L.A.'s greatest injustices: youth incarceration, homelessness and lack of affordable housing, and oil drilling near homes and schools.

  • Newsletter - October 2017

    Progressive Leaders Live Here: Karen Bass

    Liberty Hill is proud to welcome three new members to our Board of Directors.

  • Newsletter - August 2017

    Join Liberty Hill for a party with a purpose

    Looking to join a network of donor-activists lifting up L.A.? Want a chance to chat with other Angelenos about accelerating social change? Then don't miss 2017 Change LA: Fast Forward, Liberty Hill's party with a purpose.

  • Newsletter - July 2017

    Progressive Leaders Live Here: Karen Bass

    Joaquin Granger, graduating senior of Augustus Hawkins High School says, "I want to continue to stay involved and learn about policy and advocacy campaigns that change the material conditions of students in South L.A.

  • Newsletter - June 2017

    Progressive Leaders Live Here: Marqueece Harris-Dawson

    In today's political climate there is no time to waste. Diverse communities are mobilizing against daily attacks from Washington and need more resources—fast. Liberty Hill's Rapid Response Fund is on the job.

  • Newsletter - May 2017

    From Protest to Power

    Find out what trusted media sources have to say about developments in social justice campaigns. Learn more about the work being done to advance a progressive agenda in our city, county and state.