Other Groups (Page 33)


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    The Collaborative for Gender + Reproductive Equity (CGRE)

    The Collaborative for Gender + Reproductive Equity, also known as CGRE, is a coalition of leftwing groups promoting abortion rights, organizing at the state and local level, and changes to the judiciary. [1] MacKenzie Scott, the ex-wife of Amazon founder Jeff Bezos, gave a $25
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    The Democracy Project

    The Democracy Project is a bi-partisan initiative of Freedom House, the George W. Bush Institute, and the Penn Biden Center for Diplomacy and Global Engagement aimed at researching and publishing reports on the state of democracy in the U.S.
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    The Freedom to Vote Alliance

    The Freedom to Vote Alliance is a left-leaning voting issue advocacy group that supports legislation that would, among other things, redraw congressional districts, expand mail-in voting, increase campaign spending disclosure requirements, and penalize speech critical of reported election results. Background The website of the Freedom to Vote Alliance was created
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    The Frontline Health Workers Coalition

    The Frontline Health Workers Coalition is a group of U.S.-based nongovernmental organizations and healthcare corporations that advocates for using U.S. foreign aid resources to train and equip health care workers in developing nations. The coalition argues that training foreign health care workers would increase global health security and assist in
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    The Illumination Fund

    The Illumination Fund is a grantmaking organization founded in 2007 by philanthropist Laurie Tisch. [32] The Illumination Fund supports various social and civic causes in New York City [33] and surpassed $100 million in donations to various causes by the end of 2018. [34]
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    The International Comparative Labor Studies Program at Morehouse College

    The International Comparative Labor Studies Program at Morehouse College trains union activists and the website states that part of its mission is to “serve local labor developments, global unions, works councils, and other governance and education needs.” The program’s senior seminar is titled “Martin Luther King and Racial Capitalism.” The
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    The Latinx House

    The Latinx House is a left-of-center activist organization that primarily advocates for the inclusion of Hispanic Americans in film and entertainment. [49] The Latinx House supports the left-of-center Movement for Black Lives, has expressed support for defunding the police, [50] has shared posts on
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    The Opportunity Agenda

    The Opportunity Agenda is a left-of-center organization that advocates for left-of-center positions on issues including immigration, education, and racial policy. The organization is a project of the Tides Center, a large left-progressive fiscal sponsorship organization. [91] Background The Opportunity Agenda performs the bulk of its advocacy through
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    The Organizer Collective

    The Organizer Collective is a far-left socialist group that raises awareness about social issues and advocates for their reform. They advocate for criminal justice reform, housing and immigration reform, racial justice, and eco-socialism. [101]    
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    The Patriotic Millionaires

    The Patriotic Millionaires is a group of Americans who earn more than $1 million per year and advocate for left-wing economic policies. They were organized by longtime Democratic and left-wing strategist Erica Payne with help from trial lawyer and major Democratic donor Guy Saperstein in 2010, who recruited
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    The Predistribution Initiative (PDI)

    The Predistribution Initiative (PDI) pressures investors and financial institutions to comply with left-of-center policy and social objectives, particularly those related to environmentalism and race and class. Founded by a team of career investors and financial managers in 2019, the initiative highlights corporate practices that do not sufficiently support environmental,
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    The Quilliam Foundation

    The Quilliam Foundation (also known as Quilliam) was a British counterterrorism think tank with an American affiliate that was founded by former Islamist extremists Ed Husain and Maajid Nawaz in 2008. The organization translated terrorist documents, produced videos and reports analyzing terrorism, and had staff regularly interviewed by newspapers, magazines,
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    The Rockbridge Network

    The Rockbridge Network is a coalition of Republican donors founded by Christopher Buskirk, the editor of American Greatness. [185] The coalition of donors is reported to include technology entrepreneur Peter Thiel and conservative activist Rebekah Mercer. [186] The Rockbridge Network expressed plans to spend $30
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    The United Universalists

    The Unitarian Universalist (UU) religion is a Christian ideological movement focused on issues of LGBTQ representation, racial rights, and social justice. The movement is overseen by the Unitarian Universalist Association (UA), an organization that coordinates and assists autonomous UU congregations with training, education curriculum, and coordinating social justice activities.
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    The Voter Project

    The Voter Project is a left-of-center organization that promotes increased vote-by-mail and voter registration in Pennsylvania. [205] Originally founded in 2020 to implement Pennsylvania’s Act 77 law that expanded mail-in voting for the 2020 election cycle, [206] The Voter Project is staffed by several Democratic Party
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    The Women’s Collective

    The Women’s Collective is a 501(c)(3) private foundation that provides HIV/STD prevention, education, care, and advocacy services to women.
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    The Young Turks Network (TYT)

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    theCollectiveShift

    TheCollectiveShift is an organization that advises artists and partnering organizations on implementing effective business practices. [245]
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    There is No Limit Foundation

    There is No Limit Foundation was founded by Mariana Mounir Camara-Petrolawicz and Aissata Mounir Belgrade. The organization supports programs that seek to provide opportunities for employment for people impacted by poverty in their home countries. [246]
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    Tides Nexus

    Not to be confused with Tides Network, a related nonprofit in the nexus The Tides Nexus is a collection of related left-of-center grantmaking, fiscal sponsorship, and advocacy nonprofits headquartered in San Francisco, California. The system originated in 1976 when liberal political activist Drummond Pike joined with Jane Lehman, heiress