Movements


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    1619 Project

    The 1619 Project is an artistic and journalistic project of the New York Times Magazine that asserts the central event in the founding of the United States was the first importation of enslaved Africans to Virginia in 1619  and not the Declaration of Independence in 1776 or the drafting of
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    1776 Project

    The 1776 Project (also known simply as “1776,” the “1776 Initiative,” and “1776 Unites”) is a campaign started by civil rights organizer Bob Woodson to counteract the left-wing historical narrative expressed by the left-of-center center 1619 Project. [136] The 1619 Project, supported by the New York
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    Antifa

    Antifa–short for “anti-fascist” or “Anti-Fascist action”–is a left-wing extremist movement that violently opposes groups it considers “fascist,” including democratic, center-right conservatives.[181][182][183][184] Antifa lacks a known organizational structure[185]  or an official leader or headquarters, though individual groups in certain states reportedly
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    Black Lives Matter

    Black Lives Matter (BLM) is a movement ostensibly seeking to reform police conduct especially as it involves use of force against African-American suspects and civilians. The movement has been criticized for appearing to tolerate violent demonstrations in its name,[262] for stoking racial tensions, [263] and for
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    Black Lives Matter of Greater New York

    For the national movement, see Black Lives Matter Black Lives Matter of Greater New York is a direct-action protest organization that claims to support the liberation of the black community from racist oppression. The organization is not affiliated with the official Black Lives Matter (BLM) movement and instead
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    Boycott, Divestment, and Sanctions (BDS)

    Boycott, Divestment, and Sanctions (better known by its acronym, BDS) is an international campaign to delegitimize the State of Israel as the expression of the Jewish people’s right to national self-determination by isolating the country economically through consumer boycotts, business and government withdrawal of investment, and legal sanctions. Critics allege
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    Fight for $15 (Minimum Wage)

    The “Fight for $15” is a corporate campaign principally orchestrated and funded by the Service Employees International Union (SEIU) which seeks to unionize the quick-service franchise restaurant industry and raise the federal minimum wage by more than double to $15 per hour, using the slogan “$15 and a union.”
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    Future Coalition

    The Future Coalition is a network of youth-led left-wing organizations that work to promote left-wing views on policy issues from gun control to environmentalism. It is in partnership with the controversial Women’s March and is seen as the organization’s unofficial youth arm. The Future Coalition organized climate change demonstrations
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    Green New Deal (GND)

    The Green New Deal (GND) refers to a U.S. House of Representatives resolution and various legislative proposals supported by radical environmentalist groups. While details of the “Deal” are unclear and frequently change, an attempt to estimate the cost of the plan that critics call a “radical, top-down, socialist makeover of the entire
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    March For Our Lives

    March for Our Lives is a gun control advocacy network founded and fronted by survivors of the 2018 Parkland, Florida high school mass shooting. [530] The organization’s name derives from a March 24, 2018 rally in Washington, D.C. in support of gun restrictions. [531] While favoring
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    March for Science

    The March for Science is a left-of-center movement that advocates for environmentalist policies and opposes Trump administration initiative. March for Science endorses number of liberal policies include abortion access,[556] expansionist approaches to immigration,[557] and environmentalist regulations. [558] March for Science is backed by left-wing
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    Medicare-for-All

    Medicare-for-all (often styled “Medicare for All” or “Medicare for all”) is a proposed policy to create a government-run “single-payer” socialist healthcare system in the United States by expanding the existing Medicare program from covering primarily older individuals to covering all citizens. While proposals for government-sponsored healthcare date back to the
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    Meme 2020

    Meme 2020 was an online collective of content creators that worked in support of the failed Democratic presidential nomination campaign of former New York City Mayor and entrepreneur Michael Bloomberg. The collective was led by the CEO of the controversial online marketing company Jerry Media. The collective made internet
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    People’s Climate Marches

    Taking place in 2014 the first People’s Climate March was attended by roughly 300,000 demonstrators including left-of-center New York mayor Bill de Blasio, after which the People’s Climate Movement was organized. The People’s Climate Marches organized crowds throughout the United States in order to pressure politicians into giving
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    Public Funds Public Schools

    Public Funds Public Schools (PFPS) is a teachers’ union-aligned campaign started by the controversial left-wing extremism watchdog Southern Poverty Law Center (SPLC), its affiliated SPLC Action Fund, the teachers’ union-funded litigation group Education Law Center, and the law firm Munger, Tolles & Olson.[637]  Its seeks
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    Refuse to Return

    Refuse to Return is an informal group of teachers opposed to restarting in-person classes at school due to the COVID-19 pandemic. The organization began as a Facebook group which has amassed almost 8,700 followers[667] as of November 2020, and has inspired at least 35 state-based groups, the
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    Shut Down DC

    Shut Down DC is a coalition of environmentalist activist groups which announced plans to significantly disrupt traffic in Washington, D.C. on September 23, 2019 to bring awareness to climate change. The group has stated that it aims for its demonstrations to affect the most powerful people in the city by
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    Street Transvestite Action Revolutionaries (STAR)

    The Street Transvestite Action Revolutionaries was an activist organization founded by Marsha P. Johnson, a gay rights activist and drag queen. STAR advocated for gay rights and participated in volunteer efforts to support homeless LGBT youth and prostitutes in New York City in the 1970’s.[706]
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    Strike With Us

    Strike With Us is a movement made up of over 100 environmentalist groups that plans to start a week of strikes beginning on Friday 20, 2019. The movement aims to carry out more strikes leading up to the 2020 presidential election. [707] Strike With Us has put forward
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    Trump-Russia Collusion Claims

    See also: For a more complete list of public figures who promoted collusion claims, please see this resource  from the Capital Research Center. Starting at least by July 2016 and continuing through March 2019, the FBI and then the office of Department of Justice Special Counsel Robert