Search results for ‘United We Dream’


  • Non-profit

    United We Dream Action (UWDA)

    United We Dream Action (UWDA) is the lobbying affiliate of the United We Dream Network, an advocacy group for liberal expansionist immigration policies. It attempts to change legislation and public opinion through rallies, protests, and political endorsements. UWDA aligns with other left-of-center groups and has called for Democrats to
  • Non-profit

    United We Dream

    The United We Dream Network (UWD) is a left-of-center immigration advocacy organization that opposes the deportation of illegal immigrants, advocates for the full reinstatement of the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) partial amnesty program, supports defunding the police and ending all enforcement actions by U.S. immigration authorities, and promotes
  • Non-profit

    Grassroots Power Project

    Grassroots Power Project is a charitable organization which advocates for increased government regulation, feminism, and wealth redistribution. It has argued that its approach is to “shift away from short-term, incremental campaigns and towards building and wielding governing power.”
  • Non-profit

    We are Down Home

    We are Down Home is a left-of-center nonprofit advocacy group that is the educational arm of Down Home North Carolina, a lobbying organization founded to promote Democratic candidates and left-of-center policies in North Carolina. Like its sister organization, We Are Down Home also exclusively focuses on organizing in rural
  • Non-profit

    United for Democracy

    United for Democracy is a left-of-center activist campaign consisting of more than 100 Democratic Party-aligned organizations that criticizes the U.S. Supreme Court.
  • Non-profit

    Freedom Dreams in Philanthropy

    Freedom Dreams in Philanthropy (FDP) is a nonprofit organization seeking to reform the philanthropic sector to orient nonprofits towards far-left racial goals. FDP originated as a project of the Center for Evaluation Innovation (CEI) and was spun off into an independent group with three co-founders, two of whom originate from
  • Other Group

    We The 45 Million

    We The 45 Million seeks government elimination of all student debt 1 and supports completely taxpayer-funded college education in the United States.
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    United States Campaign for Palestinian Rights

    The United States Campaign for Palestinian Rights (USCPR) is a network of left-of-center activists and pressure groups which pushes to end the political and military influence of Israel over its neighboring territories, the status of which is disputed between the Jewish state and Palestinian Arab nationalists. The organization also demands
  • Other Group

    We Are Home

    We Are Home (WAH) Campaign is a far left immigration activist coalition of 18 immigration, civil rights, faith, and labor organizations with more than 50 partner organizations. 1 WAH advocates amnesty for all
  • Non-profit

    The Miller-Wehrle Family Foundation

    The Miller-Wehrle Family Foundation is a left-of-center private family grantmaking foundation based in Washington, D.C. It supports left-of center labor-oriented groups, such as the Coalition for Immokalee Workers and National Domestic Workers Alliance; immigration-oriented groups including United We Dream; environmentalist groups such as the National Audubon
  • Non-profit

    We Are Home Action

    We Are Home Action (WAHA) is a left-of-center immigration activist organization that is a project of the left-of-center Sixteen Thirty Fund, which is administered by the left-of-center Arabella Advisors advocacy network. 1
  • Person

    Wendy Weiser

    Wendy Weiser is a left-leaning attorney and elections activist who currently works as the director of the Democracy Program at the Brennan Center for Justice, a left-leaning think tank and legal activist organization housed at the New York University Law School. Weiser’s work at the Brennan Center focuses around
  • For-profit

    WestExec Advisors

    WestExec Advisors is a consulting firm based in Washington, D.C. that specializes in national security and foreign policy. The firm employs many former military and government officials, and promotes their “recent experience at the highest levels of the U.S. government” as well as their “networks” in the defense, intelligence, and
  • Non-profit

    Hands Up United

    Hands Up United is a Missouri-based, left-of-center organization affiliated with Black Lives Matter that seeks “black liberation” through the systematic restructuring of police departments across the United States. Hands Up United does not have any public financial records and does not appear to have a formal nonprofit designation. Hands
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    Weather Underground (Weatherman/The Weathermen)

    For more see: Students for a Democratic Society, Bill Ayers and Bernardine Dohrn The Weather Underground (also known as Weatherman or the Weathermen) was a radical-left violent extremist group that was active from the late 1960s through the mid-1970s. What became known as the Weather Underground began
  • Non-profit

    Living United for Change in Arizona (LUCHA)

    Living United for Change in Arizona (LUCHA) is a left-of-center political advocacy organization, which mainly advocates and lobbies for increases to the Arizona minimum wage and legislation that restricts and regulates the flexibility of labor for Arizona employers. The group also campaigns for liberal expansionist immigration policy. LUCHA has also
  • Non-profit

    Arizona Center for Empowerment

    The Arizona Center for Empowerment (ACE) is a left-leaning worker organizing and advocacy organization. Focused on Arizona’s Latino immigrant communities, its priorities include immigration, health care, income equality, and public education. The group is a sister organization to Living United for Change in Arizona (LUCHA), a worker center and
  • Non-profit

    TheDream.US

    TheDream.US is a scholarship fund for immigrants, including illegal immigrants, which partners with colleges across the country. The fund accepts applications from teenage and young adult immigrants even if they do not qualify for the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) or Temporary Protected Status (TPS) programs, which shield certain
  • Non-profit

    We Belong Together

    We Belong Together is a campaign sponsored by the American Civil Liberties Union, the National Domestic Workers Alliance, MoveOn.org, United We Dream, and the Women’s Refugee Commission advocating for lenient immigration enforcement policies.
  • Non-profit

    Democracy and Power Fund

    The Democracy and Power Fund is a now-defunct project of the Open Society Foundations (OSF), a private grantmaking foundation created in 1993 and funded by billionaire financier and liberal philanthropist George Soros.