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  • Liberty Hill Statement on Family Separation

    Liberty Hill Supporter,

    Like many other people across the nation, I went home every night this last week to hug my children a little tighter, feeling extreme sorrow for those families who were denied the same opportunity by our government.

  • Program Manager, Youth Justice

    In close coordination with the Director of Youth Justice, the Program Manager will manage key components of the Foundation’s new initiative to end youth incarceration, as we know it. This includes a heavy emphasis on expanding youth development and youth organizing. The Program Manager will help to manage a portfolio of grants, develop and lead training and leadership programs, and convene community organizations along with foundations. This will include extensive community engagement, advocacy, and the launch of new programs.

  • Get to Know Liberty Hill's 2018 Leaders to Watch

    Remember what it was like to be a kid? What would you have done, at 12 years old, if you couldn’t breathe because of the oil drilling site next door? What if, at 16 you were sent to jail for being late to school? What would you do today if you lost your home because the landlord increased your rent beyond your means?

  • Newsletter - May 2018

    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.

  • Senior Program Manager, Capacity Building

    Oversee capacity building, training and leadership development programs on behalf of the Liberty Hill Foundation. This will include defining overall capacity building program strategies, in alignment overall strategic plan and organizational goals. Responsibilities will include designing training programs, developing curriculum, recruiting participants, and facilitating trainings for community organizers, equity-focused activists, and community-based, non-profit staff.