LGBTQ & Gender Justice

Liberty Hill envisions a society in which all people have a powerful voice and will not rest until society provides justice and equality for all.

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LGBTQ & Gender Justice at Liberty Hill

Liberty Hill has been supporting LGBTQ community organizing in Los Angeles since the 1970’s. While the LGBTQ movement has changed the fabric of American society over the past half a century, equality has not expanded equally across all communities.

Low income, often immigrant, queer people of color are often at the forefront of fights for workers rights, racial justice, and reform of the criminal justice and immigration systems, yet they still face significant challenges.

A New Generation

Liberty Hill is listening to this new generation of lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, queer leaders who are experienced, informed and equipped to devise solutions.

Our Rapid Response Funds and Fund for Change

Support several LGBTQ groups and racial justice groups that address the intersection of LGTBQ and racial justice issues.

Ending Discrimination

Our partners are also working to end the continuing discrimination and exclusion of transgender and gender non-conforming communities.

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At the Intersection of Pride and Justice

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Our Impact

Improved
services for LGBTQ youth, focusing on probation, foster care and mental health resources uniting LGBTQ groups urging action from the L.A. County Board of Supervisors
Trained
youth through our Queer Justice Youth Leadership Programs and established the first Youth Coalition to ensure those with lived experience have a seat at the table to advocate for youth policies across L.A. County.
Established
the OUT Fund, a giving circle of individual donors that has made grants of more than $200,000 to organizations and projects that serve local LGBTQ communities.

Grassroots Groups We Support

Ensure equity for the most vulnerable

LGBTQ and Gender Justice have always been at the center of our work. Now more than ever, it is critical we continue to fund and build the capacity of LGBTQ groups led by people of color as we strive toward a more just future.