A Letter from Shane Murphy Goldsmith on Brothers, Sons, Selves

by Shane Goldsmith on October 04, 2017

When Liberty Hill launched the Brothers, Sons, Selves Coalition in 2011, in partnership with The California Endowment and 12 grassroots community groups, there was a problem we could not ignore: L.A.’s boys and young men of color were in crisis.

For too many, school was a pathway to prison and not college. Graduation rates for our young men of color were significantly lower than their white counterparts. Unemployment was high and life expectancy was low.

Progressive Leaders Live Here

by Crystal Shaw on May 08, 2017

  Here are Liberty Hill's progressive partners and L.A.'s progressive leaders:   

In Honor of Black History Month

by Crystal Shaw on February 08, 2017

It's Black History Month - and although Liberty Hill celebrates and honors the accomplishments and supports the actions, movements and events of Black-led social justice throughout the year, this month we'd like to highlight the Black-led organizing that has been happening in Los Angeles since Liberty Hill's inception.

LBUSD Votes to Improve Discipline and Keep Kids In School

by Anonymous (not verified) on October 08, 2013

13_WMLI_ (55)(Long Beach)  Tonight, the Long Beach Unified School District passed a resolution to promote positive alternatives to exclusionary school discipline by a unanimous vote.  The resolution urges LBUSD schools to provide alternatives to suspensions and expulsions by expanding Restorative Justice programs that support all students in becoming healthy, thriving adults.