A digest of press clips about Liberty Hill and the organizers we support.
This summer, Liberty Hill Foundation has had a full complement of six student interns working with us to advance environmental and economic justice, to expand LGBTQ rights, and to combat poverty.
By Blanch Ross
Periodically, Liberty Hill makes recommendations of exceptionally timely philanthropic opportunities for our donor advised account holders. This time we are recommending two of our Fund for Change grant recipients, Alliance of Californians for Community Empowerment and Restaurant Opportunities Center.
There's been some heavy lifting done by volunteers and interns at Liberty Hill lately.
This month, Liberty Hill grantee groups worked on voter registration drives, community benefits agreements and campaigns for immigration reforms, clean drinking water, transit justice and foreclosure prevention.
Liberty Hill's Facebook photo album features snapshots of the activities of L.A. grassroots social justice groups.
Training at leadership development programs like Liberty Hill’s Wally Marks Leadership Institute is not a luxury―it's a necessity.
On July 1, Liberty Hill is deepening its commitment to being a social justice home for all Angelenos by moving into the City of Los Angeles—the 7th floor of 6420 Wilshire Boulevard.