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  • Labor Union

    Actors’ Equity Association (AEA)

    Actors’ Equity Association, often referred to as “Actor’s Equity” or “Equity,” is a labor union for live stage performers and stage managers. Equity is a member of the AFL-CIO union federation.[1] Equity supported health care reform efforts under the Obama Administration, including Obamacare, and then removed older
  • Labor Union

    1199SEIU United Healthcare Workers East (UHE)

    1199SEIU United Healthcare Workers East (UHE; sometimes styled SEIU Local 1199 or just 1199) is a large local union of the Service Employees International Union (SEIU) representing employees of hospitals throughout the northeast United States. The union wields a great deal of political power in New York State and
  • Non-profit

    Florida Institute for Health Innovation

    The Florida Institute for Health Innovation (formerly known as the Florida Public Health Institute) is a tax-exempt charitable organization based in West Palm Beach, Florida. It performs community-level health research throughout Southeast Florida and claims to provide impartial analysis of healthcare issues for the purpose of impacting public policy.
  • Non-profit

    American Family Voices

    American Family Voices (AFV) is a left-of-center political organization founded by longtime activist and consultant Mike Lux. Founded during the 2000 presidential election between then-Texas Governor George W. Bush and incumbent Vice President Al Gore, Lux created this lobbying organization to support Gore’s campaign. Lux, having worked in
  • Other Group

    Occupy Wall Street

    Occupy Wall Street (OWS) was a protest demonstration that took place in lower Manhattan, from September 17 through November 15, 2011.[170] The New York “occupation,” centered on Zuccotti Park, sparked imitator demonstrations by left-wing protesters worldwide. The protest was originally conceived by the staff at the far-left Canadian
  • Non-profit

    Mexican American Legal Defense and Educational Fund (MALDEF)

    The Mexican American Legal Defense and Educational Fund (MALDEF) is a left-wing litigation and advocacy group focused on immigration, election procedure, and Census and demographic interest issues. Founded in the late 1960s with extensive financial support from the left-wing Ford Foundation which continues through the present day, MALDEF is
  • Non-profit

    League of Women Voters (LWV)

    The League of Women Voters of the United States (abbreviated as LWV or “the League”) is a 501(c)(4) organization that lobbies and advocates on a number of left-leaning issues.[337] The group is most widely known for “educating voters” through its state and local chapter affiliates.[338] However,
  • Non-profit

    League of United Latin American Citizens (LULAC)

    The League of United Latin American Citizens (LULAC) is a left-of-center organization founded in 1929 that advocates on behalf of left-of-center Hispanic interests. LULAC’s initiatives are executed through programming, political advocacy, and individual member participation at the local level. Earlier in 2018, LULAC’s leadership suffered after the organization’s former president
  • Non-profit

    Code Pink (CODEPINK)

    Code Pink (or CODEPINK) is a left-wing advocacy group founded in 2002 by Jodie Evans and Medea Benjamin. It was created to oppose the 2003 Iraq War but also focuses on “social justice” by using “feminist principals [sic].”[418] It is well known for its support of Palestinian
  • Non-profit

    Catholics for Choice

    Catholics for Choice (CFC) is a pro-abortion advocacy group of self-identified Catholics based in Washington, D.C., who assert, contrary to the Magisterium (teaching authority) of the Roman Catholic Church, that “the Catholic tradition supports a woman’s moral and legal right to follow her conscience in matters of sexuality and reproductive
  • Non-profit

    Americans for Indian Opportunity

    LaDonna Harris founded Americans for Indian Opportunity (or AIO) in 1970 after she served on the National Indian Opportunities Council during the Johnson administration.[522] Ms. Harris was at one time married to U.S. Sen. Fred Harris, (D-Oklahoma), an outspoken “populist” candidate for president in the 1976 general
  • Person

    Randi Weingarten

    Randi Weingarten is a 30-year union executive who, aside from a brief one-semester stint as a full-time teacher, [545] has almost exclusively served as a union leader. Joining the New York local United Federation of Teachers (UFT) as the then-president’s legal strategist in 1986, Weingarten would rise to
  • Person

    Anna Burger

    Anna Burger has spent nearly her entire 40-year career working for the Service Employees International Union (SEIU) joining in 1972.[647] Labeled as the “Queen of Labor,”[648] Burger was elected an executive vice president and the secretary-treasurer of the SEIU in 1990. She was credited as
  • Non-profit

    Herrick Foundation

    The Herrick Foundation is a grantmaking foundation run by Michigan’s Herrick family, the former owners of the Tecumseh Products Company. It played a central role in the company’s late 2000’s corporate power struggle, which, despite fierce opposition from the Foundation and its ownership shares, culminated in the eventual ousting of
  • Non-profit Education Fund

    For the 501(c)(4), see Color of Change (Nonprofit) The Education Fund (CoCEF) is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit based in Oakland, California. The CoCEF is a partner organization of (Color of Change), a prominent, left-wing lobbying group for African-American interests. Since the Anthony “Van” Jones and James
  • Non-profit

    Abundance Foundation

    The Abundance Foundation is a 501(c)(3) non-profit located in Berkeley, California.[788] Abundance Foundation makes grants to and partners with organizations that focus on health outcomes, the arts, public education, and the environment.[789] The Abundance Foundation is headed by Stephen Kahn, a graduate of the Harvard School
  • Other Group


    Wonkette is an online publication featuring political reporting and D.C. gossip, started in 2004 by progressive blogger Ana Marie Cox and now-defunct online media company Gawker Media. The publication takes a liberal standpoint and a sarcastic tone laced with personal attacks and sexualized insults. The site achieved infamy in 2011,
  • Non-profit

    Onward Together

    Onward Together is a political fundraising organization established by former U.S. Secretary of State Hillary Clinton in the wake of her loss to President Donald Trump in the 2016 election. The 501(c)(4) organization receives anonymous donations, and distributes the majority of that money to a small number of partner
  • For-profit

    Arabella Advisors

    Arabella Advisors (commonly called “Arabella”) is a philanthropic consulting company that guides the strategy, advocacy, impact investing, and management for high-dollar left-leaning nonprofits and individuals. [839] Arabella provides these clients with a number of services that ease their operations and that enable them to enact policies focused on
  • 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.[904] On December