Search results for ‘trump administration’

  • Non-profit

    Rock the Vote Action

    Rock the Vote Action Fund is the lobbying affiliate of Rock the Vote, a progressive-aligned organization in the United States which seeks to to engage and “build the political power of young people.” 1
  • Non-profit

    Media Matters Action Network

    The Media Matters Action Network (MMAN) is a research organization which targets right-of-center publications, institutions, and public figures to discredit them. The organization also provides resources to left-wing activists for them to conduct their own targeting campaigns. MMAN is a partner project of Media Matters for America (MMFA), a
  • Non-profit

    Human Rights Campaign Foundation

    The Human Rights Campaign Foundation is the public charity component of the Human Rights Campaign (HRC), the nation’s largest LGBT activism organization and a prominent force in Democratic Party politics and left-of-center advocacy. Together with its affiliated HRC Political Action Committee PAC, and Human Rights Campaign Equality Votes super
  • Non-profit

    Free Press Action Fund

    Free Press Action Fund was founded in 2003 as the campaign and lobbying arm of the left-of-center media advocacy organization Free Press, which advocates for censorship by technology companies, including social media companies and payment processors, based on what it determines to be hateful or so-called misinformation. Free Press’s criteria
  • Non-profit

    Food and Water Watch (FWW) Action Fund

    Food and Water Action Fund (FWW) is the 501(c)(4) lobbying arm of the environmentalist nonprofit Food and Water Watch. The organization engages voters, lobbies lawmakers, and participate in a variety of functions of political advocacy.
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    Cut50 is an initiative to “cut the prison population and crime in[sic] 50 percent in the next 10 years” by advancing left-leaning criminal justice policies.1  It
  • 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

    350 Action

    Also see (Nonprofit) 350 Action is the 501(c)(4) “social welfare” advocacy affiliate of, an organization which seeks to radically reduce carbon emissions by eliminating the use of fossil fuels. 1 350 Action
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    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

    People’s Action Institute

    The People’s Action Institute is a community organizing group formed from the merger of several advocacy organizations in 2016 including the National People’s Action, Alliance for a Just Society, and USAction Education Fund, three left-of-center community organizing groups.
  • Non-profit

    Center for American Progress Action Fund (CAP Action)

    Also see Center for American Progress (Nonprofit) The Center for American Progress Action Fund (CAP Action), established in July 2003 by longtime Clinton family confidant John Podesta, liberal billionaire George Soros, and a handful of other former Washington, D.C. Democrats and Clinton administration officials, is a leading force
  • Other Group

    Social Innovation Fund (SIF)

    Operating as a program of the Corporation for National and Community Service (CNCS), a U.S. federal agency, the Social Innovation Fund (SIF) holds annual grant competitions to match federal dollars with money from foundations and other private sources, providing funding for non-profit programs targeting youth development, economic opportunity and health
  • Person

    Jamie Gorelick

    Jamie Gorelick is an attorney and longtime Washington, D.C. Democratic political operative. She is currently a partner at the DC-based WilmerHale law firm. Her career has been marked by controversy. As Deputy Attorney General in the Clinton Administration, she drafted a memo that greatly restricted information sharing between federal law
  • For-profit

    Amalgamated Bank of New York (Amalgamated Bank)

    Amalgamated Bank of New York (known as Amalgamated Bank) is a prominent labor union-aligned and formerly labor union-owned bank. Created by the Amalgamated Clothing Workers of America (ACWA), until its initial public offering in 2018 the bank was owned by labor unions, most recently the Service Employees International Union’s
  • Non-profit

    Aspen Institute

    Aspen Institute is a think tank focusing on leadership, common ground, and exchanging discussions in a non-partisan and non-ideological manner. Aspen Institute operates Aspen Strategy Group, a group for former lawmakers, journalists, academics, and business leaders to discuss foreign policy and national security; Aspen Center for Physics, a non-profit focused
  • Non-profit

    Avaaz Foundation

    Avaaz is a left-of-center international campaigning organization and online pressure co-founded in 2007 by liberal online activist groups Res Publica and, along with several individuals, including former U.S. Rep. Tom Perriello (D-VA), Eli Pariser, and Ricken Patel. Patel is the organization’s president and CEO.
  • Non-profit

    World Resources Institute (WRI)

    The World Resources Institute (WRI) is a non-profit organization that focuses on providing research and policy approaches on environmentalist issues around the world. WRI has been opposed to the use of zero carbon nuclear energy.
  • Non-profit

    New America (New America Foundation)

    New America, formerly the New America Foundation, is a left-of-center think tank in the United States. It focuses on a range of public policy issues, including national security studies, technology, asset building, health, gender, energy, education, and the economy. The think tank’s scholars and affiliated commentators include former and some
  • Non-profit

    Freedom to Marry

    Freedom to Marry (FTM) advocated for the for state recognition and normalization of same-sex marriage across the United States. The organization was disbanded in 2016 after the Supreme Court in 2015 struck down laws prohibiting recognition of same-sex marriages in Obergefell v. Hodges.
  • Non-profit

    Conservation International

    Conservation International is a left-of-center environmentalist organization headquartered in Virginia. Founded in 1987, Conservation International lobbies political authorities to implement environmentalist policies while also promoting private investment in conservationist projects. 1 Background Conservation International is an environmentalist