Search results for ‘texas public policy foundation’


  • For-profit

    Teen Vogue

    Teen Vogue is an online journal publication produced by Conde Nast in 2003 as a spinoff of Vogue to build brand loyalty with adolescent women.
  • Person

    Diane Ravitch

    Diane Ravitch is a self-described “public school activist” and an opponent of charter schools 1 who is the founder and president of Network for Public Education.
  • Other Group

    Equity Agenda

    Equity Agenda was a consultancy that worked with local governments and nonprofits to assess gender equity in their communities and to develop policies to address any perceived inequities.
  • Non-profit

    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.
  • Person

    Robert Bryce

    Robert Bryce is a writer, podcaster, and filmmaker based in Austin, Texas. He writes about various energy issues, including nuclear energy and wind power. Bryce has argued that totally relying on weather-dependent electric generation is unrealistic, arguing in favor of in favor of “fuels of the future” natural gas and
  • Non-profit

    American Conservative Union (ACU)

    The American Conservative Union (ACU), also known as CPAC after the acronym for the Conservative Political Action Conference the group has organized since 1974, 1 is an advocacy organization that aims to unite
  • Non-profit

    Writers for Democratic Action

    Writers for Democratic Action is a group of writers that advocate for various left-of-center positions, including greater abortion access. It was founded in 2020 as “Writers Against Trump,” a group of writers that opposed then-President Donald Trump.
  • Person

    Glenn Singleton

    Glenn Singleton is a consultant and author who provides race-focused education, training, and consulting for schools, colleges and universities, government entities, and corporate clients in the United States, Australia, New Zealand and Canada. Singleton’s work is based on the premise that the gap between Black student performance and white student
  • Non-profit

    Common Power Future

    Common Power Future is a left-of-center political organizing group founded in 2018 as Common Purpose that promotes left-of-center issues and partners with other advocacy groups to support Democratic campaigns across the United States. The organization is based in Seattle and operates organizing campaigns with an emphasis on the Pacific Northwest.
  • Non-profit

    Galvanize Action

    Galvanize Action is an advocacy group that targets ideologically moderate white women in rural, small town, and suburban America to support left-of-center candidates. The organization claims that it uses the “intersection of data science, behavioral psychology, and neuroscience” to persuade white women in battleground states to become reliable voters for
  • Non-profit

    National Latina Institute for Reproductive Justice

    The National Latina Institute for Reproductive Justice (also known as Latina Institute) is an advocacy group that supports abortion and health care policies that make it easier for women to have abortions.
  • Other Group

    My Brother’s Keeper (MBK) Alliance

    My Brother’s Keeper (MBK), also known as the My Brother’s Keeper Alliance, is a networking organization for teenage and young adult men of Black and other ethnic minority backgrounds. It also pushes for policies which it perceives to be beneficial to minority groups. MBK was founded in February 2014 by
  • Non-profit

    Emgage Action

    Emgage Action is a left-of-center Muslim-American advocacy and voter mobilization group that functions as the voter mobilization and political advocacy arm of the Emgage Foundation. The network of Emgage groups also operates Emgage PAC, a political action committee that raises money for and endorses candidates for Congress and state
  • Non-profit

    American Securities Association (ASA)

    American Securities Association (ASA) is a trade association representing small and regional financial services companies. 1 Advocacy American Securities Association advocates for business, market, regulatory, and legislative policies that support the interest of its members.
  • Labor Union

    Wisconsin Farmers Union (WFU)

    Wisconsin Farmers Union (WFU) is a union representing 2,200 families and 28 local chapters. 1 WFU is a member of the National Farmers Union. WFU supports left-of-center political positions, including a variety of subsidies
  • Non-profit

    United States Heartland China Association (USHCA)

    United States Heartland China Association (USHCA) is an organization that builds relationships between government officials, business leaders, and educational institutions in the United States and China. 1
  • Non-profit

    ParentalRights.org

    ParentalRights.org supports a Parental Rights Amendment to the U.S. Constitution and parental rights legislation at the state and federal level. 1 Michael Farris, a homeschooling advocate, founded ParentalRights.org in 2009 to oppose the United Nations Convention
  • Non-profit

    Endeavors

    Family Endeavors Inc. (Endeavors) is a “Christian community service organization” 1 that operates U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) staging centers for migrant families at the U.S.-Mexico border.
  • Other Group

    War on the Rocks

    War on the Rocks is a membership-supported publication focused on geopolitical and military issues owned by Metamorphic Media. Background War on the Rocks was founded in 2013 as a podcast by Ryan Evans, a veteran of the United States Army and geopolitics think tank scholar. In late 2013, Evans
  • Non-profit

    National Association of Scholars (NAS)

    The National Association of Scholars (NAS) is an advocacy organization that seeks to advance a liberal arts education that supports the search for the truth, intellectual freedom, and virtuous citizenship. To achieve its goals, NAS defends academic freedom through individual advocacy, the production of research reports, and advocacy for higher