Non-profits


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    #Cut50

    Cut50 is an initiative to “cut the prison population and crime in[sic] 50 percent in the next 10 years” by advancing left-leaning criminal justice policies.1  It
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    Current Affairs

    Current Affairs is a socialist magazine that is focused on political and cultural issues in opposition capitalist institutions. 1 It promotes left-of-center ideals such as open borders
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    The Epoch Times

    The Epoch Times is a newspaper that was established in Atlanta, Georgia, in 2000 by Chinese-Americans affiliated with the Falun Gong religious movement. Originally published in the U.S. in the Chinese language, the Epoch Times has been a vocal opponent of the Chinese Communist Party (CCP), which has persecuted the
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    National Affairs

    National Affairs is a quarterly journal of long-form essays focused on American domestic policy, political economy, society, culture, and political thought, especially as it relates to self-government. 1 National Affairs models itself after the now-defunct quarterly
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    Street Spirit

    Street Spirit is an independent, left-of-center newspaper about homelessness and other issues that is partially written and sold by homeless people. The opinion section of the newspaper has provided tips to not overdose on drugs; described arresting homeless as the same as the Fugitive Slave Law of 1850; argued private
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    100 Black Men of America

    100 Black Men of America, Inc., often shortened to The 100, is a mentoring organization created by African-American men to support African-American children and teens. The program recruits and trains black professionals to mentor youth in the areas of education, health and wellness, leadership, and economic empowerment, among others, as
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    100% Democracy

    100% Democracy is an advocacy group founded and run by Miles Rapaport that supports universal mandatory voting in the United States. The organization is a project of the New Venture Fund. Leadership Miles Rapoport Miles Rapoport is the co-founder and executive director of 100% Democracy. Rapoport is the former
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    1000 Friends of Wisconsin

    1000 Friends of Wisconsin Inc. (“1000 Friends”) is an urbanist-environmentalist advocacy group involved in so-called “smart growth” development regulation. The group claims to focus on expanding public transportation and developing environmentalist infrastructure. The organization frequently opposes highway projects in Wisconsin and to advocate for requiring “smart growth” plans for local
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    100Reporters

    100Reporters is a nonprofit investigative news organization that reports on various topics in areas all over the world. It publishes its reports on its website and in partnership with publications such as the New York Times, Foreign Policy Online, and the Washington Post.
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    11th Hour Project

    The 11th Hour Project is the main grant-making vehicle of the left-of-center Schmidt Family Foundation of former Alphabet (Google) CEO Eric Schmidt and his wife Wendy Schmidt. It chiefly supports nonprofit organizations that focus on environmentalist advocacy and international development issues. Background Founded in 2006, the
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    1848 Foundation

    The 1848 Foundation is a 501(c)(3) private foundation that funds a number of left-of-center organizations.
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    1851 Center for Constitutional Law

    The 1851 Center for Constitutional Law is a non-partisan public interest law firm that litigates on constitutional law in Ohio. It works on property rights, taxpayer and entrepreneur rights, regulation, health care, free speech, and parental rights.
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    1889 Institute

    The 1889 Institute is a non-partisan research and education organization focused on public policy analysis and development in Oklahoma. The 1889 Institute promotes free enterprise and limited government by making public policy recommendations on issues like education, healthcare, “economic liberty,” and state finances.
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    18by Vote

    18by Vote is a youth-voter outreach organization that operates in six states. 1 Its activists are funded by grants from the left-of-center political action committee Progressive Turnout Project, and it circulates petitions in support
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    198 Methods

    198 Methods is a left-of-center environmentalist organization that has shown support for various left-wing environmentalist causes, including the Green New Deal.
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    19th News

    19th News (sometimes known as “the 19th” or the “19th*”) is a left-of-center online media outlet focused on American and international politics related to women, especially women of color. Founding 19th News was founded in 2019 by press veterans Emily Ramshaw and Amanda Zamora. Ramshaw was frustrated by how traditional
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    1Hood Power

    1Hood Power is a left-of-center advocacy organization based in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, that endorses political candidates who  support the interests of left-of-center Black people. 1
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    1Sky

    For more information on 1Sky, see 350.org (Nonprofit) 1Sky was an environmentalist organization and the educational arm of 1Sky Action Fund, a “social welfare” lobbying group. 1Sky and 1Sky Action merged with the left-of-center environmentalist nonprofits 350.org and 350 Action in 2011.
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    1Sky Action Fund

    For more information on 1Sky Action Fund, see 350 Action (Nonprofit) 1Sky Action Fund was the 501(c)(4) advocacy arm of the environmentalist organization 1Sky. The 1Sky groups merged with the left-wing environmentalist nonprofit 350.org and its affiliate 350 Action in 2011.
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    20/20 Vision Education Fund

    The 20/20 Vision Education Fund was the 501(c)(3) affiliate of 20/20 Vision National Project. The left-of-center 20/20 Vision Education Fund tracked proposed federal legislation and supported environmentalist, anti-military, and nuclear disarmament causes. According to the Internal Revenue Service, 20/20 Vision’s tax-exempt status was automatically revoked in 2013 for not