Young Voters Before & After: Liberty Hill’s Youth Vote Action

by Crystal Shaw on November 14, 2016

Liberty Hill’s Youth Vote Action canvassers, phone bankers and “banner droppers” mobilized in September and October at a half-dozen grassroots locations throughout L.A. County.

Some of these young community organizers voted for the first or second time. Some may never be eligible to vote but put in long hours because they care so deeply about protecting their families and communities. Many are girls and young women.

Mother Victorious

by Anonymous (not verified) on March 19, 2012

Thanks Liberty Hill grantee Alliance of Californians for Community Empowerment (ACCE), Palace Plating Company, a metal finishing plant that had contaminated a residential neighborhood, finally closed

Has 'Occupy' Helped Community Organizers?

by Anonymous (not verified) on January 28, 2012

75803_495088619877_374520129877_7157322_7767376_nByline: Susan LaTempa
At Liberty Hill’s most recent Brown Bag Seminar, three community organizers reflected on the Occupy movement, especially Occupy L.A. and how it has affected ongoing economic justice campaigns in L.A County.

Bottom-Feeder Caught Tapping Senate Phones

by Anonymous (not verified) on January 28, 2010

No joke. James O'Keefe the chinchilla-clad "pimp" that set up ACORN last summer was arrested in an attempt to tap Louisiana Demoratic Senator Mary Landrieu's phone. It does make one wonder what lengths he was willing to go to to distort the footage recorded at the various ACORN offices that he set up.

Who's Got Time for Glenn Beck? We've Got Work To Do.

by Anonymous (not verified) on January 14, 2010

Who's got time for Glenn Beck? We have work to do. That seemed to be the thinking behind California ACORN's decision this week to establish an organization independent of ACORN's national office.