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  • Non-profit

    Media Democracy Fund (MDF)

    The Media Democracy Fund is a left-of-center activist organization that works on media and internet related issues. It is a project of the New Venture Fund (itself managed as part of a network of “dark money” organizations under the ambit of for-profit philanthropic consultancy Arabella Advisors[1])
  • 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
  • Non-profit

    Confucius Institute U.S. Center

    The Confucius Institute U.S. Center is a People’s Republic of China-funded nonprofit organization headquartered in Washington, D.C. The center employs public relations, advocacy, and research to promote the network of university-based and Chinese-government funded Confucius Institutes that have been established across the United States since 2004 to promote Chinese culture
  • Non-profit

    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.[59] Its founder is John Koza, a left-leaning California businessman who made his fortune by inventing the scratch-off lottery ticket.
  • Non-profit

    Southern Coalition for Social Justice (SCSJ)

    The Southern Coalition for Social Justice (SCSJ) is a left-of-center public interest law group located in Durham, North Carolina. It was founded in 2007 and began operations in 2009. Anita Earls, SCSJ’s founder and first executive director, designed it as an organization to help communities and clients with legal assistance,
  • Non-profit

    The Intercept

    The Intercept is a left wing news website financially supported by eBay founder Pierre Omidyar. It was co-founded in 2014 by left wing journalist Jeremy Scahill, lawyer and journalist Glenn Greenwald, and documentary filmmaker Laura Poitras. It frequently reports the details of top secret national security information provided to
  • Non-profit

    Thousand Currents

    Thousand Currents is a left-of-center grantmaking organization that provides financial assistance to left-leaning projects and organizations and activists in developing nations (i.e.: the so-called “global south”). [209] It is funded by many left-leaning institutional donors, which include the W.K. Kellogg Foundation, John D. and Catherine
  • Person

    Terry McAuliffe

    Terry McAuliffe is a Democratic Party politician and fundraiser[265] most notable for serving as the 72nd Governor of Virginia.[266] Throughout his career McAuliffe has raised over $1 billion for the Democratic Party[267] and leaned on his political connections to create a web of often
  • Person

    Hamilton Fish

    Hamilton “Ham” Fish V is a liberal activist who has financially supported or published numerous liberal political journals, including The Nation, the New Republic, and the Washington Spectator. In November 2017, Fish resigned as publisher of the New Republic following allegations that he had sexually harassed female
  • Non-profit

    American Immigration Council (AIC)

    For more information, see American Immigration Lawyers Association (Nonprofit) The American Immigration Council (AIC) is a 501(c)(3) advocacy group in favor of expanding immigration to the United States and granting legal status to some populations of illegal immigrants. It was founded by the American Immigration Lawyers Association (AILA)
  • For-profit

    Salon (Salon.com)

    Salon.com is a liberal blog known in recent years for sensational clickbait headlines, questionable content, and low journalistic standards.[475] Salon has adopted an increasingly strident brand of leftism that feigns outrage to advance the site’s liberal agenda on countless political issues.[476] Salon came to prominence in
  • Non-profit

    Voqal Fund (Instructional Telecommunications Foundation)

    The Instructional Telecommunications Foundation, doing business as Voqal, is a lobbying nonprofit which advocates for left-of-center policies, including increased government regulation of public broadcasting. Voqal provides substantial funding to groups involved with the Democracy Alliance, a donor collaborative for high-profile funding groups on the Left. Voqal generates revenue by
  • Non-profit

    Niskanen Center

    The Niskanen Center is a nominally libertarian 501(c)(3) environmental think tank with ties to center-left environmental groups. The Center was created in January 2015 and is headed by Jerry Taylor, a global warming advocate and environmental activist who authored a 2015 report The Conservative Case for a Carbon Tax.
  • Non-profit

    Foundation for the Carolinas (FFTC)

    The Foundation for the Carolinas (FFTC) is a donor-advised fund provider established in 1958 that manages funds for 2,700 separate charitable individuals, families and organizations. [613] [614] Donations from FFTC accounts to nonprofits during donation years 1999 through 2017 equaled at least $2.1 billion.
  • Other Group

    SourceWatch

    SourceWatch is a wiki-style website run by the left-leaning Center for Media and Democracy.[662]  The website’s content has a liberal bias[663] and the site “cannot guarantee the validity of the information found [on the site]”.[664] SourceWatch’s content is characterized by a left-leaning selectivity
  • Person

    Lisa Graves

    Lisa Graves is a left-of-center activist who previously served as executive director at the Center For Media and Democracy (CMD) from 2009-2017, where she continues as a senior research fellow.[729] Graves is currently president of the private consulting company True North Research and a co-director at
  • Person

    Bill Clinton

    Bill Clinton is a Democratic politician who served as President of the United States from January 20, 1993 until January 20, 2001. He is the husband of former U.S. Secretary of State Hillary Clinton and the father of Chelsea Clinton. In December 1998 he was impeached by
  • Non-profit

    National League of Cities

    The National League of Cities (NLC) is a left-leaning network of over 19,000 American communities that engages in federal policy advocacy and leads educational programming on behalf of city governments. [1075] Founded in 1924, NLC has been involved in political advocacy for almost a century, frequently aligning itself
  • Non-profit

    Tides Two Rivers Fund

    For more information, see Tides Nexus The Tides Two Rivers Fund is a supporting nonprofit to two other 501(c)(3) nonprofits in the Tides Nexus: the Tides Foundation and the Tides Center. The organization provides asset management and grantmaking services for its “sister” nonprofits, which directly control the