Search results for ‘trump administration’


  • Non-profit

    Vandenberg Coalition

    The Vandenberg Coalition is a nonpartisan, nonprofit organization that intends to protect U.S. national security by advocating for a strong American foreign policy. The Coalition is comprised of foreign policy scholars and leaders who seek to advance national security, prosperity, and freedom.
  • 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
  • For-profit

    Scientific American

    Scientific American is a magazine that focuses its coverage on science, technology, the environment, and critical race theory-influenced social issues. 1 Scientific American is owned by Springer Nature, a left-of-center publishing company that
  • Non-profit

    Centro del Obrero Fronterizo (Border Workers Center)

    The Centro del Obrero Fronterizo (“Border Workers Center”), better known as La Mujer Obrera (“The Working Woman”), is a left-of-center social organization in the Chamizal border neighborhoods of El Paso, Texas. 1 It promotes Mexican cultural
  • Non-profit

    Association of Public and Land-Grant Universities (APLU)

    The Association of Public and Land-Grant Universities (APLU) is an association of post-secondary educational institutions that represents the interests of land-grant colleges and universities that have been designated by their respective state legislatures or the U.S. Congress.
  • Non-profit

    State Armor

    State Armor was founded in early 2024 to help states enact policies to combat the influence of the People’s Republic of China and other adversaries of the United States.
  • Other Group

    2025 Presidential Transition Project (Project 2025)

    The 2025 Presidential Transition Project, commonly referred to as Project 2025, is a coalition effort of more than 70 conservative organizations to form a presidential transition effort that the New York Times reported at $22 million for the next conservative president.
  • Other Group

    Communities United for Status and Protection (CUSP)

    Communities United for Status and Protection (CUSP) is a coalition of five organizations that support liberal expansionist immigration policies. CUSP specifically advocates for granting temporary protected status (TPS) to immigrant and refugee groups to prevent deportations. Advocacy Communities United for Status and Protection develops leadership in ethnic and racial minority
  • Non-profit

    Florida Rising

    Florida Rising is a left-of-center advocacy group headquartered in Miami, Florida, that advocates for a variety of left-of-center economic and social policy stances with an emphasis on criminal justice and environmental policy. The group lobbies the Florida legislature and publishes an annual legislative agenda while also conducting voter outreach and
  • Other Group

    The Chicago Monitor

    The Chicago Monitor is a left-of-center online publication closely associated with the Chicago chapter of the Council on American Islamic Relations (CAIR-Chicago). The paper was founded in 2012 by Ahmed Rehab and Aymen Abdel Halim, both senior staff at CAIR-Chicago.
  • Non-profit

    Welcome.US

    Welcome.US was founded as a fiscally sponsored project of Rockefeller Philanthropy Advisors in 2021 to pool resources to facilitate the processing, assistance, and settlement of refugees in the United States after the U.S. military withdrawal from Afghanistan. The group has since broadened its scope beyond Afghanistan and has raised
  • Non-profit

    Public Counsel

    Public Counsel is a left-of-center law firm that focuses on civil rights and immigration-related services under critical race theory-influenced concepts of racial justice and economic justice. The organization uses a pro bono model based to assist its clients and advance policy advocacy priorities.
  • Non-profit

    Evelyn Sharp Foundation

    The Evelyn Sharp Foundation is a New York City-based private grantmaking foundation with a focus on the arts. The foundation has funded politically left-of-center arts organizations, including the Dorrance Dance company, which performed at the White House during the 2023 Christmas season and has far-left views such as prison
  • Non-profit

    Convention of States Action (COSA)

    Convention of States Action (COSA) is a nonprofit organization that supports states to call for an Article V convention to propose new federal constitutional amendments. Founded by Mark Meckler and Michael Farris in 2013, COSA advocates for constitutional amendments that would put limits on federal power and spending, and create
  • Non-profit

    Foundation for Accountability and Civic Trust (FACT)

    The Foundation for Accountability and Civic Trust is a right-leaning watchdog organization. 1 The organization launched in 2012 as the Free Market American Educational Foundation.
  • Non-profit

    Women Lawyers on Guard (WLG)

    Women Lawyers on Guard (WLG) is a nonprofit association of lawyers advocating for stricter enforcement of anti-sexual harassment policies in the legal profession. WLG also writes left-of-center amicus briefs on prominent court cases, mostly involving abortion and contraceptive access. Women Lawyers on Guard Action Network is the 501(c)(4) advocacy arm
  • Non-profit

    Michigan Unitarian Universalist Social Justice Network (MUUSJN)

    The Michigan Unitarian Universalist Social Justice Network (MUUSJN) is a Unitarian Universalist religious organization that advocates for broadly left-of-center policies on racial, environmental, economic, and LGBT issues, as well as more maximalist left-wing positions on topics including abortion and election security.
  • Non-profit

    Sills Family Foundation

    The Sills Family Foundation is a left-of-center private grantmaking foundation. The group focuses much of its grantmaking on liberal criminal justice policies, more permissive immigration policies, environmentalist issues, and other left-of-center priorities. It has expanded its giving to incorporate more members of the Sills family and has created a rapid
  • Non-profit

    Democracy Found

    Democracy Found is a Wisconsin-based organization that advocates a form of ranked-choice voting that it calls “Final-Five Voting” to replace party primaries and plurality voting. 1 Wisconsin business leaders Katherine Gehl and Austin Ramirez established
  • Other Group

    Comite de Accion Popular (CAP)

    Comite de Accion Popular (CAP), or Popular Action Committee, is a Hispanic activist organization which promotes increased legal and economic privileges for illegal immigrants in the United States. The group also opposes enforcement of border security and immigration law while blaming the problems of minority communities on alleged racism within