Other Groups (Page 38)


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    Women’s Equality Center

    The Women’s Equality Center is an advocacy “pop-up” campaign of the left-of-center New Venture Fund that advances left-of-center abortion and contraception policy positions in the U.S. and Latin America. Organizational Overview The Women’s Equality Center provides strategic communications and campaign support to left-of-center reproductive health, rights, and justice organizations
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    Women’s Image Network

    Women’s Image Network (WIN), also known as Light Productions, Inc, is a 501(c)(3) charity that promotes gender equality throughout media and program implementation. WIN produces the Women’s Image Awards which celebrates female characters, producers, writers, and directors that promote gender equality.
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    Women’s P2P Network

    Women’s P2P Network is an online global platform community that attempts to create women-friendly technology applications with local women’s networks internationally. The platform provides technology and services to women who are illiterate, lack access to hardware, and limited by culture or economic means.  The Women’s P2P Network is mainly concerned
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    Women’s Alliance for Democracy and Justice

    Women’s Alliance for Democracy and Justice is a left-of-center advocacy organization based in Montgomery County, Maryland. It was formed after the election of President Donald Trump in 2016. The organization may be defunct as of April 2022. A website that was given for the organization no longer works, and the
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    Womenbeing Project

    Womenbeing Project is a 501(c)(3) lobbying group that creates online and offline strategies to raise awareness and address feminist issues. The group promotes international women’s rights and gender equality.
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    Wonkette

    Wonkette is an online publication featuring political reporting and D.C. gossip, started in 2004 by progressive blogger Ana Marie Cox and now-defunct online media company Gawker Media. The publication takes a liberal standpoint and a sarcastic tone laced with personal attacks and sexualized insults. The site achieved infamy in 2011,
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    Workers’ Council of the United States

    Workers’ Council of the United States was a small organized faction of the Socialist Party of America. It called for an open communist party during the 1920’s and helped create the Workers Party of America.
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    Working Maine

    Working Maine is an online action page that shows voting results of Maine’s district representatives and senators on left wing voting issues.
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    World 5.0

    World 5.0 is an advocacy group that concentrates on social change by transforming governance, localism, economic systems, and learning through inner peace and love toward others. World 5.0 calls for supporting unions, establishing organic only food systems, and worldwide peace.
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    World Climate Report

    World Climate Report is an online climate change newsletter that provides a response to global change reports. It advocates that climate change is largely overblown and promotes the idea of modest changes to improve the environment.
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    World Fellowship Center

    World Fellowship Center, or New Hampshire World Fellowship Center Inc, is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization. It functions as an intergenerational retreat and conference center. It promotes connecting and educating individuals on social justice issues through recreational camps.
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    World Peace Council

    The World Peace Council is an international organization that advocates universal disarmament, sovereignty and independence and peaceful co-existence, and campaigns against imperialism, weapons of mass destruction and all forms of discrimination.
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    Worn

    Worn is a mission based creative agency based in New York City that promotes women’s employment and success in business. It designs product, produces content, brand names, and creates strategies for various clients. Its notable clients are Bumble, Makers, and Planned Parenthood.
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    Young Global Leaders

    Young Global Leaders is a program of the World Economic Forum (WEF), a business league that primarily organizes annual meetings of international business and political leaders in Davos, Switzerland. It aims to create a network of potential leaders in business, technology, education, activism, journalism, and politics. [34]
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    Young Lords Party

    Young Lords Party was a revolutionary left-wing Latino political party in Puerto Rico.
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    Youth First Initiative

    Youth First Initiative is a national campaign to end juvenile incarceration. The organization seeks to build a “critical mass of states” that would force an eventual national shift away from youth incarceration. [45] The organization was launched in January 2015 in 15 states. [46] The organization
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    Youth Liberation Front

    The Youth Liberation Front (YLF) is a network of extreme-left anarchist groups that recruit young people to engage in violence against law enforcement authorities and the United States government. The Front claims to have chapters in Oregon, Washington, California, Florida, Tennessee, Missouri, Illinois, New York, and Washington, DC, as well
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    Youth Service America (YSA)

    Youth Service America (YSA) is a left-leaning activist group that works with the youth to campaign and volunteer to influence elections. The group has partnered with multiple organizations that include Rock the Vote, Teach for America, and Habitat for Humanity.