Search results for ‘National Domestic Workers Alliance’


  • Non-profit

    National Domestic Workers Alliance (NDWA)

    The National Domestic Workers Alliance (NDWA) is a labor-union-aligned and left-of-center-foundation-funded worker center which organizes and advocates for legislation concerning domestic employees such as child caregivers, household cleaners, elder caretakers, and similar workers.[1] The organization has been characterized as part of an “alt-labor” movement supported by labor unions
  • Labor Union

    United Domestic Workers Alliance – AFSCME Local 3930

    United Domestic Workers Alliance is a local chapter of the American Federation of State, County, and Municipal Employees (AFSCME) government worker union based in San Diego, California. It claims to represent over 60,000 members. It is also a member of Child Care Providers United, a coalition of three
  • Non-profit

    West Atlanta Watershed Alliance

    The West Atlanta Watershed Alliance (WAWA) is a left-of-center environmentalist organization founded in 1995 to address wastewater disposal reform in Atlanta. It has also purchased and protected public park spaces and nature areas. [52] [53] In 2019, WAWA affixed its support to a group letter
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    Miami Workers Center

    The Miami Workers Center (MWC) is a left-of-center labor advocacy organization funded by George Soros’s Open Society Network. [72] MWC was founded by Tony Romano and Gihan Perera, left-wing professional labor organizers. [73] In These Times, a socialist news organization, has described MWC
  • Non-profit

    Domestic Workers United

    Domestic Workers United (DWU) is a New York-based labor advocacy group for Caribbean, Latina, and African nannies, housekeepers, and elderly caregivers. The organization is a founding member of the National Domestic Workers Alliance (NDWA), a union-aligned left-of-center coalition consisting of 60 nonprofit advocates of nationwide labor regulations. DWU head
  • Non-profit

    9to5, National Association of Working Women

    9to5 (also known as 9to5, National Association of Working Women) is a non-profit 501(c)(3) organization founded in 1973 in Boston during the rise of the Women’s Movement by Karen Nussbaum (now head of AFL-CIO affiliate Working America) and Ellen Cassedy.[104] The organization focuses its efforts
  • Labor Union

    United Steelworkers (USW)

    The United Steelworkers (USW; formally the United Steel, Paper and Forestry, Rubber, Manufacturing, Energy, Allied Industrial and Service Workers International Union) is a major industrial labor union. The union is a member of the AFL-CIO union federation and Workers Uniting, a partnership with British labor union Unite. The USW reported a
  • Non-profit

    Alliance for Global Justice (AFGJ)

    The Alliance for Global Justice (AFGJ, sometimes styled AfGJ) is an organizing group that serves as a fiscal sponsor to numerous left-wing initiatives, among them Refuse Fascism,[171] United Students Against Sweatshops, and Stop Mass Incarceration.[172] The group arose from the Nicaragua Network, an
  • Non-profit

    CARE Fund

    The Care for All with Respect and Equity (CARE) Fund is a grantmaking organization which channels contributions from major donors into initiatives related to child care, elderly care, and other types of care for people with assisted living needs. The fund focuses on initiatives that further left-of-center causes related to
  • Non-profit

    Goldhirsh Foundation

    The Goldhirsh Foundation is the Los Angeles, California-based private foundation of Upworthy and Good Ventures founder Ben Goldhirsh. It contributes to left-of-center advocacy projects, most notably the Hopewell Fund’s Economic Security Project. The Goldhirsh Foundation has in recent years begun to focus its giving towards projects in and around the Los
  • Non-profit

    Collective Future Fund

    The Collective Future Fund is a non-profit advocacy and funding organization that promotes left-leaning social and economic policies in the United States surrounding race, gender, and sexual orientation. The organization is a project of Rockefeller Philanthropy Advisors, a large funding and program management group that has founded and manages
  • Non-profit

    ProGeorgia

    ProGeorgia is a left-of-center nonprofit group that drives civic participation and voter engagement among traditionally left-of-center constituencies. The organization coordinates multiple local groups’ efforts and messaging in favor of left-of-center causes. [257]  Director Tamieka Atkins was one of several Georgia activists who received significant media attention after large
  • Non-profit

    Black to the Future Action Fund

    Black to the Future Action Fund (BFAF) is a political advocacy group associated with Black Lives Matter. BFAF aims to educate and organize left-of-center African-American voters to elect African-American officials to further its political goals. The organization’s Black Agenda 2020 lays out a left-wing platform for reforming the allegedly
  • Non-profit

    San Francisco Rising

    San Francisco Rising (SFR) is a project of the left-wing Chinese Progressive Association (CPA) that operates under the umbrella of Bay Rising (BR). BR is fiscally sponsored by the left-wing Movement Strategy Center (MSC). [286] [287] Co-founded by Black Lives Matter co-founder
  • Non-profit

    Filipino Advocates for Justice

    Filipino Advocates for Justice (FAJ) is a left-of-center advocacy and political organizing group based in Oakland, California. FAJ focuses on Filipino-Americans and Filipino immigrants in the San Francisco Bay Area, advocating for left-of-center social and economic policies that would impact those populations. It has close ties to a number of
  • Non-profit

    Black Futures Lab

    Black Futures Lab (BFL) is a voter mobilization and advocacy group targeting African-American voters run by Black Lives Matter leader Alicia Garza. BFL is a project of the San Francisco Chinese Progressive Association (CPA), a left-of-center to radical-left advocate for low-income Asian Americans. Black to the Future
  • Non-profit

    Brazilian Worker Center

    The Brazilian Worker Center is a left-of-center advocacy organization focusing on illegal immigrant-related labor law, gender issues, and other issues concerning expansionist immigration policies. The organization is fiscally supported by a number of labor-union aligned organizations and works to promote labor organizing with workers in Boston, Massachusetts and multiple cities
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    Rising Majority

    Rising Majority is a coalition of left-of-center activist groups that organize collectively across multiple issues including economics and labor, climate change, feminism, and immigration. It is a project of the Movement for Black Lives, which itself is a fiscally sponsored project of the radical-left fiscal sponsorship organization Alliance for Global
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    BlackOUT Collective

    BlackOUT Collective is a direct-action organization founded in 2014 in the wake of anti-police riots that started in Ferguson, Missouri, after the police shooting of Michael Brown that offers training and support to anti-police and other radical-left protesters. It is associated with the broader Black Lives Matter movement and operates as a
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    Grassroots Policy Project

    Grassroots Policy Project (GPP) is a nonprofit which provides academic research findings and training to activist groups to promote left-wing activism. The organization was founded in 1993 by Richard Healey, a former leader of the radical socialist New American Movement, which later merged into the Democratic Socialists of America.