Search results for ‘causa justa’


  • Non-profit

    Causa Justa Just Cause

    Causa Justa Just Cause is a San Francisco Bay Area-based left-wing community organizing group. In 2015, it merged with People Organized to Win Employment Rights, another Bay Area community organizing entity.
  • Other Group

    Center for Political Education

    Center for Political Education (CPE) is a radical-left Marxist, “internationalist, anti-capitalist, and anti-imperialist” political activism training group. [1] CEP is a project of the Kendra Alexander Foundation. [2] History In 1998, Guiliana “Huli” Milanese and Bill Sorro began organizing meetings of left-wing activists in San Fransisco
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    Bafrayung Fund

    The Bafrayung Fund is a New York City-based private grantmaking foundation established in 2018. [20] The foundation makes the bulk of its large contributions to numerous left-of-center to radical organizations. People The chair of the Bafrayung Fund is Rachel Gelman. [21] Radical-left activist Isaac Lev Szmonko
  • Non-profit

    School of Unity and Liberation (SOUL)

    The School of Unity and Liberation (SOUL) is a radical-left activist training organization based in Oakland, California. SOUL primarily provides consulting services including training on fundraising, political campaigning, grassroots activism, and protesting to other radical-left organizations which advocate for socialism and “liberation” ideologies. The organization also teaches workshops that provide
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    Bay Rising

    Bay Rising (BR) is a fiscally sponsored project of the left-of-center Movement Strategy Center (MSC) that operates in the San Francisco Bay Area. BR coordinates voter mobilization, policy advocacy, and lobbying efforts for San Francisco Rising, Oakland Rising, and Silicon Valley Rising. [48] BR seeks
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    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). [70] [71] Co-founded by Black Lives Matter co-founder
  • Non-profit

    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.
  • Non-profit

    People Organized to Win Employment Rights

    For more information on this organization, see Causa Justa Just Cause. People Organized to Win Employment Rights (POWER) is a San Francisco Bay Area-based left-of-center community organizing group. In 2015, it merged into Causa Justa Just Cause, another Bay Area community organizing entity. Organization People Organized to Win
  • 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.[142] The organization has been characterized as part of an “alt-labor” movement supported by labor unions
  • Non-profit

    Oakland Rising

    Oakland Rising (OR) is a left-of-center activist project of the Movement Strategy Center (MSC) that focuses on voter mobilization among of low-income people, immigrants, and people of color in Oakland, California. Operating under the Bay Rising umbrella with sister organizations San Francisco Rising and Silicon Valley Rising,
  • Non-profit

    Leonard & Sophie Davis Fund

    The Leonard & Sophie Davis Fund is a private foundation making grants to left-of-center organizations associated with health, education, and Jewish philanthropy. [194] Alan Davis, the fund’s president, is an advisory board member of Patriotic Millionaires, an organization of rich individuals advocating for left-wing economic policies.
  • Non-profit

    Meyer Memorial Trust

    The Meyer Memorial Trust is an Oregon-based left-of-center grantmaking organization founded by funds from the estate of Fred G. Meyer, the owner of the regional grocery store chain Fred Meyer. [206] Since its founding in 1982, Meyer Memorial Trust has awarded grants in excess of $840 million to
  • Non-profit

    San Francisco Tenants Union

    The San Francisco Tenants Union (SFTU) is a left-of-center rent-control and housing advocacy group. It formed when San Francisco initiated its rent control program in the late 1970s. SFTU uses political means through ballot initiatives, elections, and legislative efforts to promote “affordable housing.” [256] SFTU was founded in
  • Non-profit

    Proteus Fund

    The Proteus Fund is a center-left “pass-through” funder and donor-advised fund provider. Since the Fund’s creation in 1995, Proteus has routed hundreds of millions of dollars from major grantmaking foundations and anonymous donors on the Left to activist groups targeting issues including legalizing same-sex marriage, reducing religious freedom to dissent