Search results for ‘trump administration’


  • Person

    Kelisa Wing

    Kelisa Wing is the chief of diversity, equity, and inclusion (DEI) for the U.S. Department of Defense’s school district, the Department of Defense Education Activity (DoDEA).
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    Athenai Institute

    The Athenai Institute is a student organization founded in May 2020 that advocates for colleges and universities to disentangle financially from China and to do away with Confucius Institutes on campuses.
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    American Moment

    American Moment is a networking and training organization for young right-of-center political staffers and activists. It seeks to train and develop public policy talent ready to occupy positions in future federal administrations.
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    Latinas United for Political Empowerment (LUPE)

    Latinas United for Political Empowerment (LUPE) was established in 2003 to promote the interests of Latinas in New Jersey. 1 LUPE trains women to run for elected office, serve in appointed office, and
  • Person

    Alexis Papali

    Alexis “Alex” Papali 1 is a former organizer for left-of-center environmentalist Clean Water Action’s Green Justice Campaign and former
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    Muslim Alliance in North America (MANA)

    Muslim Alliance in North America (MANA) is a national network of mosques, Muslim organizations, and individuals founded by African-American Muslims to address certain needs within the Muslim community
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    Workers Circle

    Workers Circle (formerly known as the Workmen’s Circle) is a Jewish cultural organization that supports left-of-center social justice politics. Originating in 1900 as a mutual-aid society, the Workers Circle rose to 84,000 national members with a strong base in socialist, communist, and labor-union politics. Throughout the 20th century, the organization’s
  • Person

    Julie Ann Su

    Julie Ann Su 1 is a left-of-center labor activist and attorney who has served as
  • Non-profit

    Civic Works

    Civic Works is a social media platform dedicated to left-of-center political activism. It distributes civic action announcements and serves as a communication platform for activist organizations. Based in Los Angeles, California, Civic Works is led by George A. Polisner.
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    Swing Blue Alliance

    The Swing Blue Alliance is a left-of-center voter mobilization and policy advocacy organization. While its headquarters is in Massachusetts, Swing Blue mainly operates in states with what it considers to be competitive elections and attempts to shift the balance in favor of the Democratic Party. The organization also pushes for
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    American Affairs Foundation (AAF)

    The American Affairs Foundation (AAF) is a nonprofit organization that publishes American Affairs, a quarterly journal featuring scholarly essays and research on public policy and political thought, mostly from a heterodox nonpartisan right-of-center perspective.
  • Other Group

    Open the Government (OTG)

    Open the Government (OTG) is a coalition of left-of-center organizations that promote various changes to open records and Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) laws, as well as left-of-center racial preference policies. The group was founded in 2008 and has operated campaigns criticizing the federal government’s counter-terrorism and surveillance programs. The
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    Eternal Vigilance Action Inc.

    Eternal Vigilance Action Inc. is a conservative-leaning nonprofit that supports adopting instant-runoff voting, a form of ranked-choice voting, in Georgia elections.
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    Protect the Public’s Trust (PPT)

    Protect the Public’s Trust (PPT) is a nonpartisan government watchdog organization that seeks to ensure that public officials are all held accountable to the same set of rules, no matter their political party or ideology. To this end, PPT monitors senior officials across the U.S. government for improper and illegal
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    Bullpen Strategy Group

    The Bullpen Strategy Group is a public relations and campaign strategy firm that works for politicians, corporations, and advocacy groups around the world. The firm has offices in Washington, D.C.; Dallas, Texas; and London, England.
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    Patomak Global Partners

    Patomak Global Partners (PGP) is a financial consulting firm primarily focused on regulatory compliance and risk management. Most of PGP’s staff are former government regulatory employees and appointments, particularly from the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC). Cryptocurrency Regulations Patomak Global Partners encourages the development of cryptocurrency regulations. In
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    Kansas Values Institute

    Kansas Values Institute is a left-of-center political advocacy organization in Kansas that has been “long aligned with Democrats.”
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    International Refugee Assistance Project (IRAP)

    International Refugee Assistance Project (IRAP) is a left-of-center immigration policy organization that seeks to liberalize policies on immigration to the United States and refugee status. 1
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    National Council of Teachers of Mathematics (NCTM)

    The National Council of Teachers of Mathematics (NCTM) was founded in 1920. 1 It has 31,000 members and more than 200 affiliates in the
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    America’s Frontier Fund

    America’s Frontier Fund is a nonprofit venture capital fund that aims to help incentivize microchip manufacturing in the United States. It was founded by former Google CEO Eric Schmidt and right-of-center PayPal co-founder Peter Thiel. The organization has described itself as “the nation’s first deep-tech fund that