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The Demand Justice Initiative is a left-wing judicial policy advocacy organization associated with Demand Justice. It is a project of the New Venture Fund, a nonprofit controlled by the for-profit consulting firm Arabella Advisors. Its “sister” group, Demand Justice, is a project of the Arabella-controlled Sixteen Thirty Fund.
Unlike Demand Justice, Demand Justice Initiative has few online references and no website. However, it has sought two full-time positions and is referenced in New Venture Fund’s 2018 Form 990. 
Demand Justice Initiative functions as the “charitable” arm of Demand Justice, a project of the 501(c)(4) Sixteen Thirty Fund, another nonprofit funding and project-management vehicle in the Arabella network. Demand Justice aggressively campaigns in opposition to Republican judicial nominees and in favor of radical changes to the federal court system, most prominently “packing” the Supreme Court with more justices, enabling a future Democratic administration to alter the Court’s partisan-ideological alignment. 
While Demand Justice Initiative has no known advocacy campaigns, Demand Justice ran advertisements critical of Republican Senators for their support of former President Donald Trump’s judicial nominees. Among those targeted was U.S. Senator Susan Collins (R-ME), who was targeted amid debate on the nomination of now-Judge Wendy Vitter; Collins ultimately voted against the nomination.   Demand Justice has also run ads targeting potential judges that are under consideration from President Trump. In 2018, the organization targeted judge Amul Thapar, who is reportedly on President Trump’s “shortlist” as a future appointee to the U.S. Supreme Court.