Non-profits (Page 8)


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    ACLU of Northern California

    The American Civil Liberties Union (ACLU) of Northern California is an affiliate of the American Civil Liberties Union (ACLU) social-liberal activist organization based in the northern part of California in San Francisco. Background The ACLU of Northern California was founded in 1934 while the Foundation was founded
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    ACLU of Texas

    The ACLU of Texas is the Texas state-level affiliate of the national American Civil Liberties Union (ACLU), a prominent social-liberal advocacy, litigation, and campaign advocacy group. The ACLU of Texas supports left-of-center positions through courtroom activism (operated through the ACLU of Texas Foundation) and direct lobbying.
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    ACLU of the District of Columbia

    Formed in 1967 as a state-level-equivalent affiliate of the social-liberal group American Civil Liberties Union (ACLU), the American Civil Liberties Union of the District of Columbia (ACLU-DC) provides legal aid in cases dealing with the 1st Amendment, race, sex, and other beliefs. In the past two decades, ACLU-DC has
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    ACLU of the District of Columbia Foundation

    The American Civil Liberties Union (ACLU) of the District of Columbia is a 501(c)(3) D.C. affiliate of the left-leaning ACLU activist organization.
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    ACLU Pennsylvania

    The American Civil Liberties Union of Pennsylvania (ACLU-PA) is a state-level affiliate of the national American Civil Liberties Union (ACLU). The organization litigates, educates, and advocates for left-of-center positions including reduction of prison populations, elimination of cash bail, and promotion of mail-in ballots.
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    ACLU Regional Center for Border Rights

    The American Civil Liberties Union Regional Center for Border Rights (ACLU-RCBR) is a division of the American Civil Liberties Union Texas (ACLU-T) that litigates, advocates, and organizes to hinder enforcement of the nation’s immigration laws and expand immigration levels.
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    ACLU San Diego

    American Civil Liberties Union of San Diego and Imperial Counties (ACLU-SDIC), is an affiliate of the social liberal and immigration expansionist group ACLU that conducts litigation, advocacy and outreach focused on Southern California’s San Diego County and Imperial County.
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    ACORN

    Association of Community Organizations for Reform Now (ACORN) was a left-of-center voter outreach and low-income advocacy umbrella group that disbanded in 2010 after accusations of voter fraud and the release of a series of videotapes appearing to show ACORN employees condoning illegal behavior. ACORN was founded in 1970 as a
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    Acoustic Ecology Institute

    Acoustic Ecology Institute is an nonprofit environmentalist organization which focuses on sound-related environmental issues.
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    ACRONYM

    ACRONYM is a left-of-center political and advocacy organization designed to launch voter mobilization and digital advertising programs while also working on communications for left-progressive causes. 1 ACRONYM advances a left-of-center agenda at the
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    ACT for Women and Girls

    ACT for Women and Girls is a California-based 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization that advocates for “reproductive justice,” including expanded access to abortion among college students.
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    ActBlue Charities

    ActBlue Charities is a pass-through organization created to facilitate donations to left-of-center 501(c)(3) nonprofits. It is the 501(c)(3) affiliate of the 501(c)(4) nonprofit ActBlue Civics and 527 political action committee ActBlue. ActBlue is a fundraising platform composed of three separate entities that was created to service left-wing nonprofits
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    ActBlue Civics

    ActBlue Civics is the 501(c)(4) arm of the left-of-center pass-through political action committee ActBlue and its 501(c)(3) pass-through affiliate ActBlue Charities. ActBlue Civics functions as a fundraising platform that facilitates donations to other 501(c)(4) left-leaning activist organizations.
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    ActBlue Technical Services

    ActBlue Technical Services (ABTS) is a left-of-center nonprofit political organization formed by ActBlue as the organization’s credit card processing arm. It helps pay for ActBlue PAC’s operational expenses. The organization was originally created in 2007 as a for-profit company called Auburn Quad, but was reorganized as ABTS in 2009.
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    Acterra: Action for a Healthy Planet

    Acterra: Action for a Healthy Planet is a left-of-center environmental organization headquartered in Palo Alto, California.
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    Action Center on Race & the Economy (ACRE)

    The Action Center on Race and The Economy (ACRE) is an advocacy organization that promotes left-wing economic policies. Recent campaigns have advocated for cancellation of rent payments and mortgages,
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    Action Center on Race & the Economy Institute

    The Action Center on Race and The Economy Institute (ACRE Institute) is a left-leaning economic policy organization. It is the controlling entity of the Action Center on Race and The Economy (ACRE) a left-leaning political advocacy organization.
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    Action Coalition on Media Education

    The Action Coalition for Media Education (“ACME”) is a left-of-center organization which under the guise of promoting so-called “media literacy” engages in efforts to shepherd individuals, and especially students, away from large scale media networks towards social media and non-corporate-owned news formats.
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    Action for a Progressive Future

    Action for a Progressive Future (also known as RootsAction)1 is a left-of-center lobbying group that supports anti-war efforts, automatic voter registration, eliminating bail, and the political efforts
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    Action for the Republic

    Action for the Republic was a 501(c)(4) advocacy affiliate for the Fund for the Republic nonprofit, focused on restricting election-related speech activity before merging with Americans for Campaign Reform to create the nonprofit Issue One.