Non-profits (Page 241)


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    U.S. Climate Action Center

    The U.S. Climate Action Center is an environmentalist project encouraging American re-entry to the Paris Climate Accords in conjunction with “We Are Still In.” Created after the United States left the Paris Agreement, a U.S. Climate Action Center pavilion replaced what would have been the U.S. State Department presence
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    U.S. Climate Action Network (US-CAN)

    U.S. Climate Action Network (US-CAN) is an environmentalist advocacy organization based in Washington, D.C. and the national affiliate of Climate Action Network International (CAN-I). The organization uses tactics such as protests, policy advocacy, and smear campaigns to support environmentalist advocacy campaigns. The organization lists many left-leaning and progressive organizations
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    U.S. Climate Plan

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    U.S. Committee for Refugees and Immigrants

    The U.S. Committee for Refugees and Immigrants is a left-leaning immigration advocacy and research organization headquartered in Arlington, Virginia.
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    U.S. Council on Competitiveness

    The U.S. Council on Competitiveness is an American non-profit organization based in Washington, D.C. The Council’s goal is to increase the United States’ economic competitiveness in the global marketplace.
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    U.S. Department of Arts and Culture

    The U.S. Department of Arts and Culture is “people-powered department” that seeks to create a “culture of empathy, equity, and belonging.” Despite its name it is not a government agency, but rather a fiscally-sponsored project of NEO Philanthropy, a 501(c)(3) nonprofit.
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    U.S. Green Building Council

    The U.S. Green Building Council, co-founded by Rick Fedrizzi, Mike Italiano, and David Gottfried in 1993, is a private 5013, membership-based non-profit organization that promotes sustainability in buildings design, construction, and operation.
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    U.S. Holocaust Memorial Museum

    The United States Holocaust Memorial Museum was originally chartered by United States Congress in 1980 under the Carter administration as a governmental institution to document, study, and interpret the Holocaust. [27] It receives large amounts of money from multiple sources including membership dues, government grants, and private
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    U.S. Human Rights Fund

    The U.S. Human Rights Fund is a center-left “social justice” advocacy group and a project of the fiscal sponsorship group NEO Philanthropy. [50] The group manages the campaign We Shall Overcome.
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    U.S. Palestinian Community Network

    The U.S. Palestinian Community Network is a network of American Palestinians who work to promote Palestinian independence and consider Israel to be an occupying force in the Arab world. Created in 2006, it hosted the 2008 Palestinian Popular Conference. It has chapters in eight states and Washington, D.C.
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    U.S. Public Interest Research Group (US-PIRG)

    Founded by left-wing activist and former Presidential candidate Ralph Nader, the U.S. Public Interest Research Group is a 501(c)(4) organization that oversees a federation of state progressive advocacy groups also known as “PIRGs.” As the national organization for these independent state-based PIRGs, U.S. PIRG coordinates resources among its 47
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    U.S. Public Interest Research Group (US-PIRG) Education Fund

    The U.S. Public Interest Research Group (US-PIRG) Education Fund is the 501(c)(3) policy research affiliate of U.S. Public Interest Research Group (US-PIRG), a left-wing 501(c)(4) advocacy organization founded by former presidential candidate Ralph Nader.
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    UC Berkeley Labor Center

    The UC Berkley Labor Center was formed in 1964 to support research and educational programs on issues relating to employment and labor. The center is a program of the Institute for Research on Labor and Employment and works with unions, government and employers. [133]“Who We Are.” About Us.
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    UCLA

    The University of California, Los Angeles is a public research university in the Westwood district of Los Angeles, California, United States.
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    UltraViolet

    UltraViolet (formally UltraViolet Education Fund) is a social-progressive nonprofit that advocates for LGBT and expanded abortion access, usually using social media campaigns, petitions, and small protests, oftentimes alongside or in conjunction with other left-of-center groups. UltraViolet Action is the organization’s lobbying arm. High-profile figures against whom the organization has
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    UltraViolet Action

    UltraViolet Action is the lobbying arm of UltraViolet, a left-progressive advocacy organization, which generates campaigns on LGBT-interest and social-liberal women’s issues, typically involving petitions, social media engagement, and small protests. Background UltraViolet, UltraViolet Action’s parent organization, was founded in February 2012 with funding from the Citizen Engagement
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    Ulu Foundation

    The Ulu Foundation is an organization that supports programs that focus on conservation work in oceans, forests and other land. [190]
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    UNANIMA International

    UNANIMA International is an organization that was formed in 2000 and is based in New York. The organization supports programs that seek to advocate for women, children, migrants, refugees and homeless communities. [191]
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    Unbound Philanthropy

    Unbound Philanthropy is a New York City-based left-wing donor affinity group that primarily funds groups that support left-of-center liberal expansionist immigration policies. Unbound has close ties to George Soros’s Open Society Foundations through the group’s executive director, Taryn Higashi. Higashi sits on an advisory board of Open Society
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    UndocuBlack Network

    UndocuBlack Network is a left-wing advocacy group for illegal immigrants, primarily those who are black. UndocuBlack lobbies for repealing border security and immigration regulation policies, while also calling for more lenient criminal justice policies. These include ending life sentences without parole, ending mandatory minimum sentences, decriminalizing illegal border crossings, and