Other Groups (Page 9)


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    Common Defense

    Common Defense is a left-of-center nonprofit that is made up of veterans and military family members. They emphasize their opposition to President Donald Trump.
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    Communications Workers of America (CWA) Working Voices

    Communications Workers of America (CWA) Working Voices is an arm of CWA that examines which candidates are more aligned with their interests during election cycles.
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    Community for Unity

    Community in Unity is a nonprofit that focuses on youth development within the U.S.
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    Compassion NYC

    Compassion is the child organization of Buddhist Global Relief, and claim to practice the parent organization’s same beliefs and methods.
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    Conceivable Future

    Conceivable Future is an activist organization that promotes environmentalist policies such as ending U.S. fossil fuel subsidies on the grounds of climate change impacting reproductive rights issues. Their fiscal sponsor is the Social Good Fund.
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    Concern Citizens of Richmond County

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    Connecticut Juvenile Justice Alliance

    The Connecticut Juvenile Justice Alliance is an advocacy organization that focuses on issues with juveniles in the Connecticut criminal justice system.
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    Conscious Living TV

    Conscious Living TV is a TV network (which also streams on Amazon Prime) that provides entertainment in various areas, such as veganism, health, and travel.
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    Cool Hive

    Cool Hive is a company that sells a variety of products that have the smallest amount of carbon used to create them.
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    Council for Climate Justice of United Church of Christ

    The Climate Justice of United Church of Christ is an environmental nonprofit that promotes following the tenets of the 2015 Paris Climate Accord.
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    Covering Climate Now

    Covering Climate Now is a journalism effort to increase news coverage of climate change co-founded by Columbia Journalism Review and left-wing opinion magazine The Nation. It has also partnered with British left-wing newspaper the Guardian in the effort. It began in April 2019 and by September 2019, the
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    Crisis Management Initiative

    The Crisis Management Initiative is an international peacemaking organization founded by Nobel Peace Prize Laureate and former Finnish President Martti Ahtisaari in 2000.
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    Crystal Coast Waterkeeper

    Crystal Coast Waterkeeper is an environemntalist group that focuses on the Crystal Coast of North Carolina.
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    Cultures of Dignity

    Cultures of Dignity is a social-education nonprofit founded by Rosalind Wiseman. Wiseman has been a contributor and curriculum creator for the Anti-Defamation League, and author of books such as Owning Up Curriculum, a “social justice” program for grades 4-12.
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    CultureStrike

    CultureStrike is a left-of-center arts-based advocacy project of Citizen Engagement Lab Education Fund.[13] CultureStrike describes itself as a network led by “migrant artists” that seeks to disrupt the art world, which they claim is dominated by white men.[14] It describes artwork as “cultural strategies” designed
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    DC Coalition for Theatre & Social Justice

    The DC Coalition for Theatre & Social Justice is a left-of-center activist group that brings attention to chosen social issues via theatrical performances.
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    DC SUN & Community Power Network

    DC SUN is a 501(c)(3) environmentalist nonprofit that promotes the adoption of solar energy legislation.
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    DC VegFest

    DC VegFest is a vegan festival hosted by Compassion Over Killing in Washington, D.C.
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    Deaf Grassroots Movement

    The Deaf Grassroots Movement is a group of activists who focus on employment, communication, and education issues for deaf individuals.
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    Defend Civil Rights

    Defend Civil Rights is a coalition of seven nonprofit organizations that oppose the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development’s 2019 proposed revisions to the Disparate Impact Rule, a rule that governs unintentional discriminatory impacts under the Fair Housing Act.