Non-profits (Page 167)


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    Real News Project (WhoWhatWhy)

    The Real News Project is a left-leaning 501(c)(3) nonprofit located in New York, New York. Real News Project maintains WhoWhatWhy, a news website created by investigative journalist Russ Baker whose staff includes a number of liberal operatives such as former Southern Poverty Law Center president’s council member Ricardo Blazquez.
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    Reason Foundation

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    Reboot Democracy

    Reboot Democracy is a project of Harmony Labs.
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    Rebuild and Renew America Now

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    Rebuild the Dream

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    Reclaim the Block

    Reclaim the Block is a Minneapolis, Minnesota-based political organization that advocates for the defunding of the Minneapolis Police Department. [1] The group was organized in 2018 as a coalition of Minneapolis-area activists to pressure the Minneapolis City Council during the budget process. [2] Lobbying efforts led
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    Reconstructionist Rabbinical Association

    The Reconstructionist Rabbinical Association is an association with over 300 rabbis. The organization supports programs that apply the teachings, traditions and stories of Judaism to contemporary issues. [49] The organization signed onto a petition to support the Green New Deal. [50]
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    Red Hook Initiative

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    Red Mexicana de Líderes y Organizaciones Migrantes (RedMX)

    The organization connects immigrants in Mexico to immigrant-led organizations in the United States. It supports programs that advocate for an expansion on immigration policy in the United States. [51]
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    REDODEM

    REDODEM is a network of 23 migrant shelters that provide protection for migrants traveling on the route through Mexico to reach the United States. [52]
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    Reform Immigration for America (RIFA)

    Reform Immigration for America was an organization that was in support of liberal expansionist changes to U.S. immigration policy. The organization advocated for legal status for illegal immigrants and other changes to U.S. immigration law to make it easier for people to enter, live in, and work in the country.
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    Refugee and Immigrant Center for Education and Legal Services (RAICES)

    The Refugee and Immigrant Center for Education and Legal Services (RAICES) is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit that provides free legal representation in Texas to people needing immigration law assistance. In 2017, RAICES claims to have closed 51,000 pro-bono immigration and refugee status cases.[62] In its 2016 federal tax filings
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    Refugee Center Online

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    Refugees International

    Refugees International is a left-of-center advocacy group that aids and protects displaced people, while recommending refugee resettlement and policies to the U.S. government, foreign governments, and the United Nations (UN). The group claims to be independent because they do not accept government or UN funding. [74] However,
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    Refuse Fascism

    Refuse Fascism is a radical left-wing organization devoted to promoting nationwide action to remove President Donald Trump, Vice President Mike Pence, and all officials associated with their administration from office on the grounds that they constitute a “fascist regime.” The group has been present at many Antifa
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    Regeneration Project

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    Regional Greenhouse Gas Initiative

    ‘The Regional Greenhouse Gas Initiative is the first mandatory market based program in the United States to reduce greenhouse gas emissions.
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    Regional Youth Adult Social Action Partnership

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    Register America

    Register America is a left-of-center advocacy organization that aims to register potential voters as well as advocate for left-wing changes to election law.
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    Regulatory Assistance Project