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  • Non-profit

    CARA Family Detention Project

    The CARA Family Detention Project (or CARA) organizes pro bono legal services for migrants who have entered the United States without permission and are seeking asylum, especially in family units. It is jointly operated by four organizations that individually advocate for liberalized U.S. immigration policy and/or provide free legal assistance
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    American Immigration Lawyers Association (AILA)

    The American Immigration Lawyers Association (AILA) is a dues- and membership-supported organization for lawyers who practice immigration law. Its programs are aimed at improving the practice of immigration law, promoting liberalized immigration, and advancing the policy argument that immigrants improve the U.S. economy.[28] AILA has been a frequent
  • Non-profit

    Centro Sin Fronteras

    The Centro Sin Fronteras (“Center Without Borders”), officially the Centro Sin Fronteras Community Services Network, is a 501(c)(3) illegal immigration activist organization. The Center was founded in Chicago, Illinois in 1987 by Emma Lozano, a pastor at the Lincoln United Methodist Church in Chicago, Illinois. [58]
  • Non-profit

    Pueblo Sin Fronteras

    For more information on Pueblo Sin Fronteras, see Centro Sin Fronteras and La Familia Latina Unida (Nonprofits) The Pueblo Sin Fronteras (“People Without Borders”) is a project of La Familia Latina Unida, a Chicago, Illinois-based 501(c)(4) illegal immigration advocacy organization formed in 2001 by Elvira Arellano, an
  • Non-profit

    Our Story Hub

    Our Story is a project of the Proteus Fund established to work with left-of-center advocacy organizations and elected leaders on communication strategies and messaging. Our Story provides consulting services to facilitate the development and dissemination of left-of-center political propaganda. Our Story provides previously developed “narratives,” designed to be “used
  • Person

    Laurie Zeller

    Laurie Zeller, sometimes written as Laurie Hirschfeld Zeller, is currently a Denver-based non-profit consultant. She has served as an executive at several left-wing organizations in Colorado. Zeller has been involved in left-wing causes since the 1980s. She was executive director of the Colorado Democracy Alliance. As of early 2019,
  • Non-profit

    Majority Forward

    Majority Forward is a Democratic Party-aligned advocacy group that campaigns against Republicans and conservative causes. It works on voter registration and voter turnout operations. It is associated with the Senate Majority PAC and has established working relationships with other left-of-center groups such as Vote Vets. The organization was
  • For-profit

    Paradigm Partners

    Paradigm Partners is a Denver, Colorado-based holding company investment advisory service firm. It was founded by Doug Phelps, president of the Public Interest Network, and is a member of the network. Paradigm Partners is the owner of Green Century Capital Management, a left-leaning investment management firm whose board
  • Non-profit

    Democracy North Carolina

    Democracy North Carolina (or Democracy NC) is a left-of-center group based in Durham, North Carolina that lobbies against voter integrity measures and for campaign speech restrictions. It is often portrayed as a neutral organization but it has received funding from the Reynolds-family-related left-wing foundations [332] and out-of-state liberals,
  • Non-profit

    Women’s Foundation of Minnesota

    The Women’s Foundation of Minnesota (WFMN) is an organization that campaigns for center-left ideas and policies. They also provide funding for various groups and organizations on the political left such as abortion providers and civil rights organizations. It also spends large sums of money on lobbying state lawmakers. The organization
  • Non-profit

    Corporation for Public Broadcasting

    In operation since 1968, the Corporation for Public Broadcasting (CPB) is a non-profit corporation funded by the U.S. government that is the main support for the nation’s network of public television and radio stations. [399] The Public Broadcasting Service (PBS) – the national public television network – was
  • Non-profit

    National Congress of American Indians

    The National Congress of American Indians (NCAI) is an advocacy group representing the interests of tribal governments. It was founded in 1944 to connect individual American Indian and Native Alaskan tribes, in order to oppose federal legislation that would limit tribal sovereignty or terminate tribal governments. NCAI began with 80
  • Non-profit

    Climate Leadership Council (CLC)

    The Climate Leadership Council (CLC) is an organization of former government officials, intellectuals, and businessmen who advocate for a carbon tax. The organization was founded in 2017 by Ted Halstead, an environmentalist activist and founder of the center-left think tank New America Foundation. [525] CLC is affiliated
  • Non-profit

    Americans for Carbon Dividends (AFCD)

    Americans for Carbon Dividends (AFCD) is a lobbying organization that works to promote a carbon tax and is targeted towards a right-leaning audience and Congressional Republicans. The group is run by former Republican U.S. Rep. Ryan Costello (R-PA) and it promotes a plan endorsed by former Republican U.S. Secretaries
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    Benjamin Fund

    The Benjamin Fund is a private foundation associated with Code Pink (styled CODE PINK) founder Medea Benjamin and her family that funds far-left organizations including Code Pink, Global Exchange, and the American Civil Liberties Union (ACLU). [577][578] Benjamin is also co-founder Global Exchange.
  • Person

    Jake Sullivan

    Jacob Jeremiah “Jake” Sullivan is a prominent Democratic foreign policy professional. Sullivan held several positions in President Barack Obama’s administration, initially as deputy chief of staff to former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton and later as national security advisor to Vice President Joe Biden and director of
  • Person

    Elon Musk

    Elon Musk is a South African-born American technology entrepreneur, investor, and philanthropist best known for his role as a founder or co-founder of a number of high-profile technology firms. Musk is the chief executive officer, chairman, or a board member of a number of prominent firms across various industries, including
  • Non-profit

    NAACP National Voter Fund

    The NAACP National Voter Fund (NAACP-NVF) was established in 2000 as the 501(c)(4) lobbying and advocacy arm of the National Association for the Advancement of Colored People (NAACP). It promotes voter registration, participation and engagement among liberal African Americans. NAACP-NVF initially focused its efforts on expanding voter turnout among
  • Person

    Adam Urbanski

    Adam Urbanski is the longtime president of the Rochester Teachers Association and vice president of the American Federation of Teachers. He is the director of the Teacher Union Reform Network (TURN), an organization of teachers’ unions and teachers’ union members who advance left-wing and union-friendly education reforms. He is
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    Institute for Research on Presidential Elections (IRPE)

    The Institute for Research on Presidential Elections (IRPE) was launched in 2006 to advocate for replacing the state-by-state Electoral College system of Presidential elections with a nationwide popular vote.[676] Its founder is John Koza, a left-leaning California businessman who made his fortune by inventing the scratch-off lottery ticket.