Search results for ‘participant’


  • Person

    C. Frederick Taylor

    C. Frederick Taylor (Fred Taylor) is a reclusive California billionaire and one of three founders of the TGS Management hedge fund. In July 2023 the Orange County Business Journal described TGS as “an extremely secretive quant hedge fund” and that there had been “next to no mention of the
  • Non-profit

    Indian American Impact Project

    The Indian American Impact Project is a left-of-center nonprofit that acts as the educational arm of Indian American Impact, a lobbying group that promotes the election of left-of-center Indian American and South Asian politicians in the United States. The Impact Project raises over $1 million annually and
  • Other Group

    Digital Defense Fund (DDF)

    The Digital Defense Fund (DDF) is a pro-abortion technology and advocacy organization that supports abortion providers and individuals seeking abortions. It provides security evaluations, training, and implementation support for abortion-provider organizations and publishes recommendations and support to individuals on how to avoid surveillance or leaving data trails when seeking an
  • Non-profit

    William Randolph Hearst Foundation

    The William Randolph Hearst Foundation is a nonprofit based in New York and San Francisco founded by publishing and journalism giant William Randolph Hearst that provides grants supporting youth political engagement and journalism, culture, education, health, and social services.
  • Other Group

    Natural Assets Project (Natural Assets and Environmental Equity)

    The Natural Assets Project (also known as Natural Assets and Environmental Equity) was an environmentalist and social policy advocacy program of the think tank Prosperity Now (formerly known as the Corporation for Enterprise Development) and the Political Economy Research Institute (PERI) at University of Massachusetts, Amherst. Its focus was
  • Non-profit

    Hearst Foundation

    Hearst Foundation Inc. is a New York- and San Francisco-based nonprofit founded by publishing and journalism giant William Randolph Hearst that provides grants supporting youth political engagement and journalism, culture, education, health, and social services.
  • Other Group

    Democracy House

    Democracy House is a fiscally sponsored project of the Foundation for Civic Leadership that organizes programs to engage college students in political advocacy and recruit them to vote. 1 Democracy House’s programs have featured left-of-center
  • Other Group

    After Party

    The After Party is a six-part video course for churches, church small groups, and individuals that says it helps to navigate “extreme polarization” that has resulted from politics. 1 It is a project of
  • Other Group

    Techtonica

     Techtonica is an adult education project of the Social Good Fund that focuses heavily on LGBT people and people identified as BIPOC (Black, Indigenous, and People of Color). In its code of conduct, Techtonica suggests that reverse racism is acceptable, using inclusive and welcoming language is a priority, and 
  • Non-profit

    Scholars at Risk

    Scholars at Risk is a nonprofit advocacy group that conducts advocacy and operates programs it claims helps to promote academic freedom internationally. The most notable activity of the organization is its operation of the SAR Network, an international network of over 650 higher education institutions that provide temporary faculty positions
  • Other Group

    Cities for Action (C4A)

    Cities for Action (C4A) is a nationwide coalition of 189 mayors and county executives dedicated to advancing left-of-center immigration policies at all levels of government. 1 It is coordinated by a steering committee
  • Non-profit

    American Center for Justice (ACJ)

    The American Center for Justice (ACJ) is a monitoring organization that claims to promote human rights focused on the Middle East. It is supportive of Palestinians over Israelis. ACJ criticized the United States and other countries for suspending funding to the United Nations Relief and Works Agency for Palestine
  • Person

    Jeremy Corbyn

     Jeremy Corbyn is, as of 2024, a Member of Parliament in the United Kingdom and former leader of the left-of-center Labour Party. 1 In 2020, Corbyn was suspended from the Parliamentary Labour Party,
  • Other Group

    PeoplesHub

    PeoplesHub is a left-of-center, critical race theory-aligned networking and training organization fiscally sponsored by the Social Good Fund. Background PeoplesHub is a digital networking and training organization  fiscally sponsored by the Social Good Fund, a left-of-center nonprofit and donor-advised fund provider based in Richmond, California, that fiscally sponsors
  • Non-profit

    Public Democracy America

    Public Democracy America is a left-of-center advocacy organization that provides aligned organizations technical and programmatic support with the administration of Google Grants. It is the nonprofit arm of Public Democracy, a digital marketing firm.
  • Other Group

    We Are All America (We Are All U.S)

    We Are All America (also known as We Are All U.S.) is the left-of-center pro-refugee and immigration advocacy campaign of the National Partnership for New Americans. Background We Are All America was founded in 2017 as a pro-refugee and immigration campaign of the National Partnership for New Americans,
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    Making Housing and Community Happen

    Making Housing and Community Happen is a faith-based organization that focuses on affordable housing and homelessness issues. 1 It is a fiscally-sponsored project of the Social Good Fund based in Pasadena, California.
  • Non-profit

    Asian Immigrant Women Advocates (AIWA)

    Asian Immigrant Women Advocates (AIWA) is a community organization in the San Francisco Bay Area that organizes and trains immigrant women and students of Asian and other origins to engage in left-of-center social and political advocacy, as well as encourage union organizing in workplaces.
  • For-profit

    Kuluntu Reproductive Justice Center

    The Kuluntu Reproductive Justice Center is a for-profit consulting business that offers “doula,” or pregnancy and birth advice, founded and run by Khye Tyson. The center not only offers traditional “doula” birth and pre-and post-birth services, but also offers “abortion doula” services and guidance for procuring abortions. In addition to
  • Other Group

    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.