Non-profit

Demos

Small logo for Demos, U.S. Think Tank (link)
Website:

www.demos.org

Location:

NEW YORK, NY

Tax ID:

13-4105066

Tax-Exempt Status:

501(c)(3)

Budget (2022):

Revenue: $7,159,030
Expenses: $10,106,220
Assets: $10,927,971

Type:

Policy Advocacy Group

Formation:

2020

President:

Taifa Smith Butler

Latest Tax Filing:

2021 Form 990

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Demos (formally Demos: A Network for Ideas and Action) is a nonprofit, New York City-based left-wing public policy advocacy group founded in 2000 that favors advocates a staunchly liberal agenda.1 Demos has close ties to the wing of the Democratic Party associated with U.S. Senator Elizabeth Warren (D-Massachusetts) and the left-wing progressive movement, advocating a far-left agenda. 2 The organization signed a petition supporting the Green New Deal and has opposed the use of zero carbon nuclear energy. 3 4

The organization receives substantial funding from labor unions and progressive foundations. As of July 2021, the current president is Taifa Smith Butler, former CEO of left-of-center policy advocacy group Georgia Budget and Policy Institute and a member of Demos’ board of trustees since 2017. 5 She replaced K. Sabeel Rahman, a former fellow at the left-leaning New America Foundation. 6 In 2018, Rahman replaced Heather McGhee, a liberal political operative who formerly worked for the 2008 presidential campaign of North Carolina Democrat John Edwards.

Founding and History

Several liberal policy activists joined forces back in 1999 to form Demos, including David Callahan, a fellow at the Century Foundation; Charles Halpern, president of the Nathan Cummings Foundation; Rob Fersh, now the president of Convergence Center for Policy Revolution; Stephen Heintz, a vice president at the EastWest Institute; Sara Horowitz, the founder of Working Today and the Freelancers Union; Arnie Miller of the executive search firm Isaacson Miller; former U.S. Representative David Skaggs (D-Colorado); and Clinton administration State Department official Linda Tarr-Whelan.7

Heintz became the first president of Demos in March 2000, but left just a year later to become president of the Rockefeller Brothers Fund. Miles Rapoport succeeded Heintz. A former Connecticut state legislator and secretary of state, Rapoport has long history in progressive politics. He was part of Students for a Democratic Society (SDS) in the 1960s. He was also director of Connecticut Citizens Action Group and helped to establish the Campaign for America’s Future.8

From 2010 to 2012, Demos partnered with the American Prospect, a liberal news magazine and opinion journal.9

Starting in 2014, under the presidency of Heather McGhee, Demos initiated a “transformation” intended to further ingrain left-of-center race ideology within the organization and to shift the demographics of its employees in way that favored racial groups other than whites. Within just four years, the Demos staff went from being approximately one-quarter to nearly two-thirds ethnic-minority, and all staff were now required to undergo training on how to implement race-based equality of outcome. In a report on this “transformation,” Demos leadership acknowledged that it had required “a major commitment in time, managerial resources, and money,” but claimed that these had been “well spent.” 10

Advocacy

Demos advocates for substantial left-wing changes to the sociopolitical system in the United States. The organization emphasizes three areas of commitment: voting rights expansion, a hybrid environmentalist-left agenda it calls “pathways to ensure a diverse, expanded middle class in a new, sustainable economy,” and advocacy for communitarianism and a liberal interpretation of racial equality.11

In practice, these commitments cover left-wing boilerplate. Amid the debates surrounding the National Commission on Fiscal Responsibility and Reform (known popularly as the “debt commission”) in 2010, Demos and aligned groups released a plan that would raise taxes, steeply cut the military, and raise spending on progressive priorities.12 In debates over healthcare reform in 2017, Demos proposed an expansion of Medicare to children, with the possibility of government-controlled “Medicare-for-all” left possible.13

Demos has close ties to the wing of the progressive movement and Democratic Party led by Sen. Elizabeth Warren. Warren’s daughter serves as Demos board chair, and the organization’s blog hailed Warren’s leadership of the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau and the launch of her U.S. Senate campaign in 2011.14

Trump Administration

Demos opposed President Donald Trump’s nominations and appointments to federal agencies. 15 In 2017, then-Demos president Heather McGhee testified in opposition to the nomination of Neil Gorsuch to the Supreme Court, citing his support of the Court’s prevailing jurisprudence on First Amendment issues as grounds to reject the nomination.16

Starbucks “Racial Bias Training”

In July 2018, Heather McGhee of Demos and Sherrilyn Ifill of the NAACP Legal Defense and Educational Fund served as curriculum advisers for coffee chain Starbucks’ racial-bias training. They also released a separate report outlining suggestions for how Starbucks could achieve a “full-scale racial equity overhaul.”17

2019 House Democrats Issues Conference

Sabeel Rahman, president of Demos, participated in a discussion titled “Uniting Working Men and Women Behind a Democratic Agenda” during the 2019 House Democrats Issues Conference which took place in Washington D.C. and Leesburg, VA in April 2019. He was joined by Dorian Warren, president of Center for Community Change, a left-of-center nonprofit. 18

Opposition to Nuclear Energy

Demos was one of more than 600 co-signing organizations on a January 2019 open letter to Congress titled “Legislation to Address the Urgent Threat of Climate Change.” The signatories declared their support for new laws to bring about “100 percent decarbonization” of the transportation sector but denounced nuclear power as an example of “dirty energy” that should not be included in any legislation promoting the use of so-called “renewable energy.” 19

Nuclear power plants produce no carbon dioxide or other greenhouse gas emissions, and as of 2021 accounted for 19 percent of American electricity production—the largest source of zero carbon electricity in the United States. 20 An October 2018 proposal from The Nature Conservancy noted that zero-carbon nuclear plants produced 7.8 percent of total world energy output and recommended reducing carbon emissions by increasing nuclear capacity to 33 percent of total world energy output. 21

Student Loans

In October 2023, Demos opposed the Biden administration’s resuming student loan payment collection following a temporary pause due to the COVID-19 pandemic and other factors. In a statement, Demos president Taifa Smith Butler demanded that the federal government unilaterally cancel all student debt. She also claimed that collecting loan payments was disproportionately harmful to ethnic minority populations, connecting this alleged disparate impact to the Supreme Court’s ruling against race-based preferences in higher-education admissions. 22

Israeli-Hamas Conflict

Following the attack on Israel by the terrorist organization Hamas and the subsequent Israeli military campaign in the Hamas-controlled Gaza Strip in October 2023, Demos issued a statement aligning itself with the large number of left-wing activist groups which had called for a ceasefire. The statement claimed that Demos stood with both Israeli and Palestinian civilians affected by the escalating conflict. 23

Elections Policy

Demos has consistently opposed voting integrity measures. In April 2020, Chiraag Bains, the organization’s legal strategies director at the time, wrote that scrutiny of expanded mail-in ballot use amounted to voter suppression. Since then, Bains and several other top Demos personnel have received positions in the Biden administration to work on election policy. 24

According to the Washington Examiner, in July 2021 the Biden White House hosted a Zoom call with representatives of Demos along with several other left-of-center voter advocacy groups to discuss increasing voter registration within the United States. Topics discussed on the call included “registering illegal immigrants and integrating voter registration into public housing as a requirement under federal law.” 25 Notes on the meeting were provided by the Washington Examiner through the Foundation for Government Accountability (FGA) and the Heritage Foundation’s Oversight Project. Other groups involved in the call included the Open Society Policy Center, End Citizens United, Democracy FundLeague of Women Voters, and the Sentencing Project. 26

Leadership

President

Taifa Smith Butler is the president of Demos, replacing K. Sabeel Rahman and beginning in July 2021. 27 Butler has been a member of Delos’ Board of Trustees since 2017 and was formerly the CEO of left-of-center policy advocacy group Georgia Budget and Policy Institute (GBPI). Prior to this, she served as policy and communications director for the nonprofit organization Georgia Family Connection Partnership. 28

K. Sabeel Rahman replaced Heather McGee as the president of Demos in 2018. Rahman previously served as a fellow at New America Foundation, a progressive advocacy organization, and a fellow at Roosevelt Institute, a left-leaning anti-free-market organization that has close ties to Democracy Alliance, a group of left-leaning billionaires and donor organizations. Rahman also worked at the Brennan Center for Justice, a left-leaning think tank with links to Tides Foundation, Proteus Fund, and other center-of-left donor organizations. 29 30 31 In January 2021 Rahman left his position when named as Senior Counselor at the Office of Information and Regulatory Affairs in the Biden Administration. 34

Vice President

Brenda Wright, the vice president of legal strategies, is a former managing attorney for the National Voting Rights Institute in Boston. She was also the director of the voting rights project at the Lawyers’ Committee for Civil Rights Under Law, an organization that frequently partners with Demos on electoral policy issues.35

Operations

Joseph DiNorcia is the chief financial and operations officer at Demos. Previously, he was the president and chief executive officer of the Sexuality Information and Education Council of the United States (SIECUS). SIECUS pushes for more detailed sex education in schools and opposes programs which encourage abstinence until marriage, while also attacking efforts by parents to increase the transparency of school curricula and policies. DiNorcia played a lead role in expanding the organization’s international activism and in setting up a policy advocacy office in Washington, D.C. Prior to that, DiNorcia worked for an organization which operates residential facilities for vulnerable children and teenagers. 36

Communications

Anoa Changa is the director of communications at Demos. She is a career activist, describing herself as having grown up “in a radical Black household” where her parents were involved with pro-abortion and prison-abolition initiatives. 37 Changa is also vocal opponent of election integrity policies, and has claimed that the “whole idea of voter fraud” is an invention by right-of-center activists, who “essentially fabricate a problem that doesn’t exist.” 38

Board of Directors

Demos’s board chair is Amelia Warren Tyagi, a management consultant better known as the daughter of arch-liberal Massachusetts Sen. Elizabeth Warren. Tyagi co-authored her mother’s book The Two-Income Trap and was added to the Demos board in 2006. 39

Prominent board members include Van Jones who was a special advisor for green jobs, enterprise and innovation at President Obama’s White House Council on Environmental Quality, a position popularly known as “green jobs czar.” Jones was ousted when it was revealed that he put his name to a 9/11 “truther” conspiracy petition that embarrassed the White House enough to oust Jones from the administration.40

Other current board members include Gina Glantz, who was a founding member of America Votes, America Coming Together, and the New Politics Institute. She also worked on the Presidential campaigns of Walter Mondale in 1984, Bill Bradley in 2000, and Howard Dean in 2004. Glantz has also worked for the Service Employees International Union.41

Among Demos’s former board members is former President Barack Obama.42

Funding

Since 2015, the annual revenue of Demos has fluctuated between just under $7 million and more than $19 million. In 2022, the organization spent just over $10.1 million and concluded the year with more than $10.9 million in total assets. 43

Demos has refused to make public its donors and has been classified as a “dark money group” by the Center for Public Integrity. In 2014, the organization’s tax forms showed that it obtained $7 million of funds, half of which came from only seven contributors that ranged between $250,000 to $1.425 million. In the same year, $3 million was given towards salaries and wages including then-President Heather McGhee’s salary of $240,000. 44

Demos has been associated with the progressive donor consortium Democracy Alliance, which lists Demos as a “recommended organization.”45 The Democracy Alliance also listed Demos as part of its “2020 Vision Investment Portfolio.”46

Demos draws considerable financial support from a number of left-leaning foundations. Those foundations include the Tides Foundation ($1,246,469 since 2002); Ford Foundation ($1 million since 2000); W.K. Kellogg Foundation ($470,000 since 2008); Surdna Foundation ($370,000 since 2010); Rockefeller Brothers Fund ($268,000 since 2007); Rockefeller Family Fund ($190,000 since 2002); Nathan Cummings Foundation ($180,000 since 2009); Arca Foundation ($154,050 since 2010); and the John D. and Catherine T. MacArthur Foundation ($150,000 since 2005). The relatively more centrist Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation has also provided support ($850,000 since 2009).47

Demos had a $7.8 million budget in 2012, up from $7.6 million in 2011 and $7.2 million in 2010, according to its publicly available IRS filings. In 2012 Demos had 76 employees.48

Demos has received substantial contributions from labor unions, including $75,000 in 2015 from the Service Employees International Union.49 Other unions contributing to Demos include the United Auto Workers; the American Federation of State, County, and Municipal Employees (AFSCME); the Communications Workers of America; the United Steelworkers, the American Federation of Teachers, and the United Food and Commercial Workers.50

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    Former Demos president Heather McGhee left her position in 2018. She now works as an analyst for NBC News. McGhee previously served as the deputy policy director for the 2008 presidential campaign of former U.S. Senator John Edwards (D-NC), a controversial figure who also served as then-Sen. John Kerry’s running mate on the 2004 Democratic presidential ticket. 33“Heather C. McGhee.” Demos. Accessed March 28, 2017. http://www.demos.org/heather-c-mcghee.

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Nonprofit Information

  • Accounting Period: June - May
  • Tax Exemption Received: April 1, 2001

  • Available Filings

    Period Form Type Total revenue Total functional expenses Total assets (EOY) Total liabilities (EOY) Unrelated business income? Total contributions Program service revenue Investment income Comp. of current officers, directors, etc. Form 990
    2022 Jun Form 990 $7,159,030 $10,106,220 $10,927,971 $1,445,613 N $6,652,273 $498,620 $8,137 $1,460,889
    2021 Jun Form 990 $14,383,024 $12,345,620 $13,851,181 $1,419,750 N $14,278,239 $81,816 $9,546 $827,701
    2020 Jun Form 990 $10,574,975 $11,279,092 $12,946,053 $2,550,425 N $10,411,600 $119,073 $42,624 $999,825 PDF
    2019 Jun Form 990 $7,794,157 $11,318,292 $12,824,128 $1,726,483 Y $7,526,579 $252,360 $46,326 $2,115,839 PDF
    2018 Jun Form 990 $14,672,624 $11,762,460 $16,534,869 $1,913,368 Y $13,929,786 $795,008 $14,930 $2,343,775 PDF
    2017 Jun Form 990 $6,958,039 $10,273,673 $13,388,996 $1,677,151 N $6,912,879 $128,520 $7,545 $1,888,309 PDF
    2016 Jun Form 990 $19,727,319 $8,752,900 $15,644,606 $616,710 N $19,523,725 $267,726 $4,821 $1,189,943 PDF
    2015 Jun Form 990 $7,242,655 $8,687,459 $4,680,579 $627,102 N $7,130,798 $177,496 $4,973 $810,050 PDF
    2014 Jun Form 990 $8,048,607 $8,127,178 $6,009,686 $511,405 N $7,683,279 $149,666 $2,715 $509,070 PDF
    2013 Jun Form 990 $9,708,323 $7,965,513 $7,181,918 $585,068 N $9,422,222 $0 $2,025 $278,756 PDF
    2012 Jun Form 990 $9,973,040 $7,845,846 $5,800,863 $946,823 N $9,652,948 $0 $148 $191,250 PDF
    2011 Jun Form 990 $7,661,334 $7,577,691 $3,226,703 $499,857 N $7,178,907 $26,400 $2,200 $163,681 PDF

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