Non-profits (Page 189)


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    The Arena

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    The Bridge Initiative

    The Bridges Initiative, formally known as The Bridge Initiative, researches allegations of anti-Muslim sentiment in America and provides commentary, reports, and other materials related to its mission. [1] It is an initiative of the Center for Muslim-Christian Understanding at Georgetown University. [2] Funding The Bridge Initiative’s
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    The Bulwark

    The Bulwark is a right-leaning political commentary website hosted by the Defending Democracy Together Institute (DDTI). The Bulwark was created from the remnants of the now-defunct magazine the Weekly Standard and primarily caters to liberal Republicans and NeverTrump conservatives. Leadership Charlie Sykes, a Republican political commentator, is founder
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    The Canary Coalition

    The Canary Coalition is a nonprofit organization focused on environmental advocacy. It is a supporter of the Green New Deal.
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    The Center for Migration Studies of New York

    The Center for Migration Studies of New York is a liberal expansionist immigration advocacy think tank promoting the protection of migrants and refugees. It is part of the Scalabrini International Migration Network (SIMN), a group of pro-immigration think tanks and organizations that monitor international migrations. [25] CMS conducts
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    The Counter

    The Counter, previously known as Institute for the New Food Economy from 2015 until 2019, is a left-leaning news organization and a project of the Windward Fund, a funding and fiscal sponsorship nonprofit managed by the Washington, D.C.-based left-of-center philanthropic consultancy Arabella Advisors. In Winward Fund’s 2018 tax returns, the fund
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    The Eldercare Workforce Alliance

    The Eldercare Workforce Alliance (EWA) is an advocacy group comprised of 35 largely left-progressive organizations including major labor unions like the Service Employees International Union (SEIU), the worker center Caring Across Generations, and advocacy groups like AARP[49] that focuses on improving policy towards elder care.
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    The Enough Project

    The Enough Project is a left-of-center advocacy and foreign policy watchdog group associated with the Center for American Progress and focuses on violence and war crimes that occur in Africa. It is a project of the New Venture Fund,[70] a nonprofit managed by the for-profit consulting firm Arabella Advisors.
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    The French American Charitable Trust

    The French American Charitable Trust is a left-of–center family grantmaking foundation that was established in 1990 by Charles F. Feeney to address fundamental inequalities and injustices.
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    The Fulcrum

    The Fulcrum is a digital news organization focused on electoral administration policy and spending on electoral advocacy. The Fulcrum is a subsidiary of Issue One, an advocacy group supporting restrictions on electoral advocacy with ties to the left-of-center Democracy Alliance. Though the Fulcrum claims to be nonpartisan, it
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    The GroundTruth Project

    The GroundTruth Project (formerly the GroundTruth Initiative) is a 501(c)(3) left-of-center media and journalism nonprofit organization that covers local news. GroundTruth is the fiscal sponsor of Report for America, a group created in 2018 to insert left-leaning journalists into news organizations across the U.S. in order to fill “a
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    The Guardian Foundation

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    The Heartland Alliance’s National Immigrant Justice Center

    The Heartland Alliance’s National Immigrant Justice Center is an advocacy program of the Heartland Alliance for Human Need and Human Rights created to promote social justice for immigrants and asylum seekers within the United States. [138]
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    The Heartland Fund

    The Heartland Fund is a left-of-center advocacy group promoting left-progressive economic activism and environmentalist causes in rural communities in the Midwest through grantmaking. It is the project of several different left-wing nonprofits and the nonprofit management firm Arabella Advisors, whose director of advocacy, Scott Nielsen, has specifically stated
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    The Indivisible Project (Indivisible)

    The Indivisible Project (or Indivisible) is a left-of-center 501(c)(4) tax-exempt organization headquartered in Washington, D.C., and created in late 2016 as a response to the election of President Donald Trump. The Indivisible Project was established to provide liberals a practical guide about “Resisting the Trump Agenda.” [153] The
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    The Intercept

    The Intercept is a left wing news website financially supported by eBay founder Pierre Omidyar. It was co-founded in 2014 by left wing journalist Jeremy Scahill, lawyer and journalist Glenn Greenwald, and documentary filmmaker Laura Poitras. It frequently reports the details of top secret national security information provided to
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    The Justice Collaborative

    The Justice Collaborative is a left-of-center litigation group that files lawsuits on a range of policy issues, including to challenge federal detention of illegal immigrants on the U.S.-Mexico border, to mandate a union-rate “living wage,” to secure government-supplied housing, to obtain free public transportation, and to ensure “a government job
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    The Justice Collaborative Engagement Project

    The Justice Collaborative Engagement Project is a left-of-center advocacy group which files lawsuits on a range of policy issues, including federal detention of illegal aliens on the U.S.-Mexico border, mandating a “living wage,” government-supplied housing as a “human right,” free public transportation, and “a government job to every person who
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    The Lands Council

    The Lands Council is a nonprofit organization working to advocate and educate individuals on environmental issues in the Northwest region of the U.S. It is a supporter of the Green New Deal.
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    The League

    The League is a left-of-center social policy advocacy organization. It is headed by activist Tracy Sturdivant and grew from the Make It Work campaign, which pressed for left-of-center economic policies targeted toward women. It is a fiscally sponsored project of the New Venture Fund,[235] a