Search results for ‘participant’

  • Movement

    Public Funds Public Schools

    Public Funds Public Schools (PFPS) is a teachers’ union-aligned campaign started by the controversial left-wing extremism watchdog Southern Poverty Law Center (SPLC), its affiliated SPLC Action Fund, the teachers’ union-funded litigation group Education Law Center, and the law firm Munger, Tolles & Olson.
  • Person

    William McDonough

    William McDonough is an architect, educator, public speaker, author, entrepreneur, and consultant involved in four primary areas of activity: environmentalist-aligned architecture, innovation of environmentally friendly products, a product registration system for products developed by third parties, and a Design for the Circular Economy.
  • Non-profit

    Wespath Benefits and Investments

    Wespath Benefits and Investments, also known as The General Board of Pension and Health Benefits of The United Methodist Church, is a nonprofit agency organized under the United Methodist Church in the United States that manages a pension fund and investment organization exceeding $25 billion in assets. The organization provides
  • Other Group

    Bricklayers and Trowel Trades International Pension Fund

    The Bricklayers and Trowel Trades International Pension fund is a multiemployer (or Taft-Hartley) pension fund operated by and on behalf of the members of the International Union of Bricklayers and Allied Craftworkers, a labor union that is affiliated with the AFL-CIO labor union federation. The Fund boasts
  • Non-profit

    Pop Culture Collaborative

    The Pop Culture Collaborative is an coalition of several large philanthropic partners, that promotes left-of-center visions of diversity and plurality in American popular culture. Part of this promotional agenda is to use pop culture as a medium for challenging cultural narratives through art. It is a fiscally sponsored project of Rockefeller
  • Non-profit

    People’s Institute for Survival and Beyond

    The People’s Institute for Survival and Beyond, known by the name Undoing Racism, is a New Orleans-based collaboration of far-left activists that participate in grantmaking and lead workshops on topics, such as race, poverty, and activism. Programs Undoing Racism Workshop Undoing Racism is the signature workshop of the People’s Institute
  • Non-profit

    Afiya Center

    The Afiya Center is a left-leaning pro-abortion non-profit that operates in Dallas, Texas. Afiya Center seeks to lessen restrictions on abortion in Texas through advocacy and lawsuits. The Afiya Center supports minors’ access to abortion without parental involvement; immediate depopulation of all Dallas jails, prisons, and detention facilities; and teaches
  • Non-profit

    Society of Family Planning

    The Society of Family Planning (SFP) is a left-of-center non-profit organization that promotes research on abortion and contraception.1 Founded in 2005, the organization funds abortion research, creates a network of abortion providers, and publishes “clinical
  • Political Party/527

    Jesse Jackson 1988 Presidential Campaign

    Left-wing activist and preacher Jesse Jackson ran two campaigns for the Democratic nomination for President of the United States in 1984 and 1988. The 1988 race was the more successful of the two attempts, with Jackson briefly taking first place in the delegate race after a strong showing in
  • Non-profit

    Center for Climate Integrity (CCI)

    The Center for Climate Integrity (CCI) is a left-of-center environmentalist organization that advocates in support of left-of-center policy aimed at addressing climate change. CCI has claimed that the world has less than 15 years before facing consequences of “existential proportions” related to climate change and has estimated that the United
  • Non-profit

    Fix Democracy First

    Fix Democracy First is a left-of-center advocacy group that focuses on campaign finance, public funding of elections, limiting campaign speech, and increasing civic participation and voter turnout.
  • Non-profit

    Jane Goodall Institute

    The Jane Goodall Institute (JGI) is a left-of-center environmentalist advocacy group and research institute. Founded in Tanzania in 1977 by British primatologist and far-left environmental activist Jane Goodall, JGI has since expanded to include chapters in 24 countries.
  • Non-profit

    Beneficial State Foundation

    Beneficial State Foundation owns and supports Beneficial State Bank, an ideologically motivated financial institution formed by environmentalist billionaire and former Democratic presidential candidate Tom Steyer and his wife Katherine Taylor. Beneficial State Bank makes loans to low-income borrowers in the Pacific Northwest of the United States, although its loan
  • Non-profit

    Youth Policy Institute

    Youth Policy Institute was a 501(c)(3) nonprofit that was founded in Los Angeles in 1983 and provided a variety of education and anti-poverty programs to children and young adults in Los Angeles. In 2019, the organization’s interim chief executive director Dan Grunfeld announced that the board of directors had decided
  • Non-profit

    Skoll Fund

    The Skoll Fund was founded by billionaire philanthropist Jeffrey Skoll,1 also the founder of Participant, a firm that produces films such as An Inconvenient Truth, the 2006 documentary featuring former Vice
  • Person

    Jeffrey Skoll

    Jeffrey Skoll is a left-leaning billionaire and former president of eBay. He has since become founder of the film production firm Participant, and a network of grantmaking foundations that include the Skoll Foundation, the Skoll Fund, and the Skoll Global Threats Fund. In 2019, Forbes
  • Non-profit

    ZeroDivide Foundation

    ZeroDivide, founded in the late 1990s, began as a grant-making organization focused on bringing technology to low-income populations and later transitioned into a nonprofit consulting firm advising other nonprofits. The organization went from receiving millions of dollars in grants at its height, to closing its doors in 2016 amid allegations
  • Non-profit

    Students for a Democratic Society (SDS)

    Students for a Democratic Society (SDS) was a radical-left student organization often credited as the main force that created the New Left. It existed from 1960 until its demise in 1969, when it split apart after a Maoist SDS group affiliated with the Progressive Labor Party was expelled by a
  • Non-profit

    Town Hall Project

    The Town Hall Project was a left-of-center “social welfare” advocacy group that organized protests against “town hall” events held by Republican members of Congress, especially during the 115th Congress that met from 2017 through 2019.
  • Other Group

    All-In Nation

    All-In Nation is a book and blog released by PolicyLink and the Center for American Progress that promotes local policies that use government power to equalize interethnic socioeconomic disparities. PolicyLink and Center for American Progress co-produced a book to promote the ideology that both groups have in common and have released a