Other Groups (Page 68)


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    Sheep Creek Farm

    Sheep Creek Farm is a farm located in California.
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    Shift

    Shift is a consulting and advisory firm based in London that uses design principles to help clients and nonprofit organizations accomplish social goals, including tackling problems surrounding childhood, food security, financial wellbeing, mental health, and COVID-19.
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    Shorenstein Center on Media, Politics and Public Policy

    The Shorenstein Center on Media, Politics and Public Policy is a Harvard University research center that focuses on left-of-center issues relating to the media, press, and politics. 1 It has received funding from well-known organizations including
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    Sidreh – Lakiya Negev Weaving

    Sidreh-Lakiya Negev Weaving is an Israeli-based enterprise that produces and sells items and accessories created from traditional hand-weaving techniques developed by members of the Bedouin communities in the region. 1
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    Sisters in Synergy

    Sisters in Synergy is an organization which promotes women’s empowerment.
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    Skinless Project

    The Skinless Project is an organization which advocates for women’s empowerment and the advancement of women in professional settings.
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    Sleeping Giants

    Sleeping Giants is a left-of-center social media activism organization founded by activist Matt Rivitz. Controversies Breitbart Boycott In Fall 2017, Sleeping Giants led an advertising boycott of Breitbart News Network. Each company with an advertisement on Breitbart’s website received notification from Sleeping Giants on one of their social media
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    Sludge

    Sludge is an online investigative journalism outlet that attempts to expose special interest spending in politics, particularly targeting entities that oppose left-of-center environmentalist, defense, and social policies. Sludge launched in 2018 using the controversial and struggling blockchain-based journalism platform Civil. 
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    Slum Dweller International (SDI)

    Slum Dweller International, also known as Shack Dwellers International or Shack/Slum Dwellers International (SDI) is an international non-governmental organization (NGO) headquartered in Cape Town, South Africa that conducts international development efforts and programs in many developing countries with a focus on African countries. The organization operates regional federations in many
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    Smart Citizen Foundation (Fundación Ciudadano Inteligente)

    The Smart Citizen Foundation, also known as the Fundación Ciudadano Inteligente, is an information advocacy organization that seeks greater access to information for citizens and communities of Chile through the use of online applications.
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    Smart Justice

    Smart Justice California is a left-of-center criminal justice advocacy group. It is a project of Tides Advocacy, the arm that supports lobbying and electoral advocacy projects within the network of funds and nonprofits known as the Tides Nexus.
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    SME Climate Hub

    The SME Climate Hub is a left-of-center environmentalist group that seeks to encourage private businesses to make commitments to lower their “carbon footprints” by adopting certain environmental initiatives and supporting other environmental organizations and programs. The organization is a joint project of the We Mean Business Coalition, the Exponential
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    Smile Education and Development Foundation (SEDF)

    The Smile Education and Development Foundation (SEDF) is an advocacy organization based in Myanmar that seeks to reduce poverty within the country as well as improve living conditions. 1
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    SNF Agora Institute

    SNF Agora Institute is a left-of-center research institute at Johns Hopkins University that advocates for left-of-center public policy under the guise of improving democratic processes. Its research fellows claim that policy that restricts speech to prevent so-called “misinformation,” environmentalist policies, policies that increase funding health care programs for immigrants, and
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    SoCal Blue

    SoCal Blue is a website which promotes events and campaigns organized by left-of-center activist groups in southern California. The site features a calendar of ongoing and upcoming actions, accepting submissions from a broad range of organizations, as well as from individuals. SoCal Blue coordinates its activities with a variety of
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    Social Change Initiative (SCI)

    Social Change Initiative (SCI) is a consulting organization based in Belfast, Northern Ireland, that supports left-of-center immigration policy in Europe and the United States. SCI advises left-leaning organizations on ways to maximize the impact of donor funding to influence immigration legislation. SCI designs and evaluates grantmaking programs, provides training services
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    Social Change Lab

    Social Change Lab is a social movement research team located in London, England, that examines ways to accelerate left-of-center social activism and provides that information to activists and philanthropists. Its research indicates that activist groups that conduct disruptive civil actions and protests are more effective than the larger nonprofit organizations
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    Social Enterprise Initiative (SEI)

    The Social Enterprise Initiative (SEI) is a Harvard Business School-based organization that produces research publications focused on nonprofit management, MBA courses, and open-enrollment executive education programs that teach various business and management principles.
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    Social Innovation Fund (SIF)

    Operating as a program of the Corporation for National and Community Service (CNCS), a U.S. federal agency, the Social Innovation Fund (SIF) holds annual grant competitions to match federal dollars with money from foundations and other private sources, providing funding for non-profit programs targeting youth development, economic opportunity and health
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    Social Justice Portal Project

    The Social Justice Portal Project is a left-of-center think tank at the University of Illinois-Chicago. It is dedicated to connecting academics and intellectuals with community-based organizations and political activists to formulate strategies for social activism.