The Long Road to Freedom celebrates Biddy Mason’s humanitarian legacy and shares her commitment to outreach. We therefore actively seek opportunities to work with educators and community organizers of all kinds. If you would like to partner with members of our team to sponsor educational programming, please get in touch via our contact page. We can all honor Biddy Mason by giving back to our communities.


Preserving Biddy Mason’s Legacy

Biddy Mason can be found in several works of public art. But in summer 2020, one of those works a New Deal-era mural housed at UC San Francisco came under attack. The university plans to bulldoze the building which contains the mural in order to make way for a 1.5 million-square-foot expansion project.

Our collaborators are fighting to save this important piece of American history.

Read more about the historic mural here, and about the campaign to save the mural here.


Giving Back

Biddy was a committed philanthropist and ally of the poor. Her legacy lives on through the Biddy Mason Charitable Foundation, which serves the foster youth population of Los Angeles. Learn how you can get involved here.