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  • Non-profit

    Hudson Institute

    The Hudson Institute is a right-of-center think tank based in Washington, D.C. The Institute’s scholars conduct research in the areas of defense, international relations, economics, health care, technology, culture, and law and make policy recommendations that support individual freedom, free markets, and economic growth based on technological innovation.
  • For-profit

    BerlinRosen

    BerlinRosen (also styled Berlin Rosen) is a for-profit public relations and campaign communications consulting firm headquartered in New York City that works for Democratic campaigns, progressive nonprofit organizations, and labor unions, with a focus on New York. Founded in 2005 by former Association of Community Organizations for Reform Now
  • Labor Union

    American Federation of Government Employees (AFGE)

    The American Federation of Government Employees (AFGE) is the largest federal worker union with over 300,000 members.[106] Affiliated with the AFL-CIO union federation since its founding, AFGE collectively bargains for federal employees and lobbies against any privatization efforts.[107][108][109] Over recent years,
  • Non-profit

    National Jobs for All Coalition

    The National Jobs for All Coalition is a nonprofit 501(c)(3) organization headquartered in Lynbrook, New York. The organization is known for its advocacy of far-left economic policies such as a $15 minimum wage, higher taxes, and a guaranteed annual income for all Americans.[164] The group enjoys the backing
  • Non-profit

    Center for Educational Excellence in Alternative Settings (CEEAS)

    The Center for Educational Excellence in Alternative Settings (CEEAS) was founded in 2011 and is run almost entirely by David Domenici, a lawyer and the husband of Cheryl Mills, a lawyer and aide to former U.S. Secretary of State Hillary Clinton. CEEAS, a 501(c)(3) nonprofit, was founded with the
  • Non-profit

    Organizing for Action (OFA)

    Organizing for Action (OFA) was an advocacy group that was the lineal descendant of the campaign organizations supporting the election of former President Barack Obama, Obama for America and Organizing for America. OFA was a 501(c)(4) devoted to preserving and building on the Obama agenda.[187] On December
  • Non-profit

    Center for National Policy (CNP)

    The Center for National Policy (now called the Truman Center for National Policy) was founded by former liberal cabinet members and other officeholders after electoral defeats of the Democratic Party in the late twentieth century.[241] In the early 2010s, the group partnered with the Truman National Security
  • Non-profit

    Advancement Project

    The Advancement Project (AP) was established in 1999 by a group of civil rights lawyers as a 501(c)(3) tax-exempt, nonprofit organization. While its stated objective is to address race and civil rights issues through the legal system and community activism, AP is in fact a key left-wing agitation group that
  • Non-profit

    Susan Thompson Buffett Foundation (STBF)

    The Susan Thompson Buffett Foundation (STBF) is one of the charitable entities associated with billionaire Berkshire Hathaway investor Warren Buffett, who funds the Foundation. Founded in 1964 as the Buffett Foundation, STBF was later renamed for Warren’s late first wife Susan, whose estate granted the Foundation over $2 billion.
  • Non-profit

    Southern Poverty Law Center (SPLC)

    The Southern Poverty Law Center (SPLC) is a controversial watchdog of extremist groups. It has been criticized for its financial practices and for characterizing non-violent conventional conservative organizations as equivalent to violent extremists. SPLC was co-founded in 1971 by Morris Dees, a lawyer and direct marketing expert and fellow
  • Non-profit

    Skoll Global Threats Fund

    The Skoll Global Threats Fund is a private grantmaking foundation and a controlled entity of the Skoll Foundation, both of which are funded by billionaire philanthropist Jeffrey Skoll.[461] Skoll is also the founder of Participant, a firm that produces films such as An Inconvenient
  • Person

    Naomi Klein

    Naomi Klein is a prominent Canadian activist, syndicated columnist, and author of four books. She is a Writing Fellow at the Nation Institute and contributing editor for The Nation magazine. She has written articles for Harpers, The New York Times, The New Yorker, The Boston Globe, The Guardian,
  • Non-profit

    Lawyers Committee for Civil Rights Under Law

    The Lawyers’ Committee for Civil Rights Under Law (LCCRUL) is a left-of-center organization of attorneys formed after a request from President John F. Kennedy to support federal civil rights initiatives following a federal integration order for the University of Alabama in 1963 and subsequent protest marches in Mississippi.
  • Non-profit

    Gamaliel Foundation

    The Gamaliel Foundation was originally founded in 1968 by left-wing activist Saul Alinsky, and re-oriented into a community organizing operation during the 1980s under the guidance of executive director Greg Galluzzo.[590] The group has grown to become a network of 60[591]  independently funded[592] affiliate
  • Non-profit

    Mangrove Foundation

    The Mangrove Foundation is a subsidiary of the Atlantic Philanthropies, a private foundation created in 1982 by Irish-American businessman Chuck Feeney. The Atlantic Philanthropies focuses its giving on health, social, and politically left-of-center public policy causes in Australia, Bermuda, Ireland, South Africa, the United States, and Vietnam. A philanthropic
  • Non-profit

    Ploughshares Fund

    The Ploughshares Fund is an anti-nuclear proliferation organization pooling and directing donations from wealthy individuals and philanthropies. It is reportedly “the largest grant-making foundation in the United States focusing exclusively on peace and security issues.”[685] Founded in 1981 by Sally Lilienthal, the 501(c)(3) boasted slightly more than $40
  • Non-profit

    Energy Foundation

    The Energy Foundation is a left-of-center “pass through” charitable foundation founded by and supported by a network of left-wing organizations. The Foundation began in January 1991 as a $20 million collaborative between the Pew Charitable Trusts, Rockefeller family foundations, and John D. and Catherine T. MacArthur Foundation, and
  • Non-profit

    Center on Budget and Policy Priorities (CBPP)

    The Center on Budget and Policy Priorities (CBPP) was formed in 1981 to analyze federal budget issues, focusing largely on how budget decisions affect Americans with low incomes. The group pursues “federal and state policies designed both to reduce poverty and inequality and to restore fiscal responsibility in equitable and
  • For-profit

    Analyst Institute

    The Analyst Institute works with left-of-center organizations and campaigns across the U.S. to help them measure the impact of their programs and increase their reach. The Institute has run experimental tests for hundreds of such groups.[808] Michael Pordhorzer, longtime political director of the AFL-CIO, began inviting other
  • Non-profit

    Tides Foundation

    Also see Tides Nexus The Tides Foundation is a major center-left grantmaking organization and a major pass-through funder to numerous left-leaning nonprofits. The San Francisco, California-based 501(c)(3) nonprofit was founded in 1976 by Drummond Pike, a professional political activist who has since retired from the organization, to funnel