Search results for ‘trump administration’

  • Non-profit

    Miami Institute for the Social Sciences (MISS)

    The Miami Institute for the Social Sciences (MISS) is a left-of-center research institution that works to eradicate racism against the “Global Majority” from social scientists in industrialized nations and social science as a field.
  • Person

    Larry Krasner

    Larry Krasner is an American lawyer and the current district attorney of Philadelphia. Born in 1961 in St. Louis, he moved to a suburb outside of Philadelphia when he was 8 years old. He attended the University of Chicago for his undergraduate degree, and he later attended Stanford Law School,
  • Other Group

    Safeguarding Democracy Project

    The Safeguarding Democracy Project is a project of the University of California, Los Angeles (UCLA) Law School founded by Richard L. Hasen, a prominent election law professor who has criticized voter identification laws and accused Republicans of using the COVID-19 pandemic to keep Democratic voters from voting. In its mission
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    Asian and Pacific Islander American Health Forum (APIAHF)

    The Asian and Pacific Islander American Health Forum (APIAHF) advocates for government-controlled universal health care. 1 Its focus on improved health care outcomes for specific
  • Government Agency

    World Health Organization

    The World Health Organization (WHO) is a global health policy agency operating under the United Nations. Established in 1945, the WHO had a largely positive reputation around the world for supporting public health efforts, but the organization has faced numerous criticisms during the COVID-19 pandemic for mishandling policy and
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    Devex is a for-profit news outlet based in Washington, D.C., that is geared towards the international aid and development community. The outlet specializes in reporting news that is of interest to those who work in the fields of global development and foreign aid. The focus of Devex’s reporting is issues
  • Person

    Doug Pagitt

    Doug Pagitt is a liberal evangelical Christian pastor, author, and religious activist. The founder of several left-leaning organizations, including a non-denominational church and the anti-Trump voter engagement group Vote Common Good, he is widely cited by mainstream media outlets as an alternative voice to evangelicals who supported President Donald
  • Other Group

    Higher Ed, Not Debt

    Higher Ed, Not Debt is an education advocacy coalition that supports forgiving college debt. Launched after a speech by Senator Elizabeth Warren (D-MA) in 2014, it is a project of Generation Progress, an initiative of the influential far-left think tank Center for American Progress. The coalition includes
  • Non-profit

    The Gay, Lesbian, Straight Education Network (GLSEN)

    GLSEN (formerly the Gay, Lesbian, Straight Education Network) is a left-of-center, LGBT-focused education group. Its policy goals include rewriting federal civil rights laws to include Americans who identify as LGBT, requiring schools to portray LGBT sexual behavior in only positive ways in sex education classes, and forcing schools to let
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    National Student Legal Defense Network

    National Student Legal Defense Network (NSLDN) is a left-of-center organization that seeks to limit private-sector options to finance higher education, to limit higher education choice, and to expand student loan forgiveness programs through litigation and lobbying. 1
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    Marielena Hincapie

    Marielena Hincapie is a left-of-center immigration activist and the longtime executive director of the National Immigration Law Center (NILC). She has advocated for lax immigration enforcement, criticizing even Obama administration immigration policy as too harsh, and has called former President Donald Trump a racist, a white supremacist,
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    Vote Common Good

    Vote Common Good is an left-leaning voter advocacy and education group focused on religious voters. Founded in 2018 by longtime liberal evangelical activist Doug Pagitt, Vote Common Good was explicitly founded to oppose the policies of the Trump administration.
  • Person

    Jonathan M. Smith

    Jonathan Smith is the executive director of the Washington Lawyer’s Committee for Civil Rights and Urban Affairs (WLC), a left-of-center public interest law firm that advocates for expanded welfare programs, pro-labor-union policies, and expanded legal protections for illegal immigrants.
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    Elizabeth Goitein

    Elizabeth (Liza) Goitein is an attorney and public policy professional who currently directs the Liberty and National Security Policy portfolio at the Brennan Center for Justice, a left-of-center advocacy group and public interest legal center located at New York University. Much of Goitein’s professional work centers around the analysis
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    The CO2 Coalition

    The CO2 Coalition is a right-of-center advocacy organization that educates policy makers and the general public about the importance of carbon dioxide to our lives and the U.S. economy. The Coalition intends to be part of the current discussion about climate change, including the role that humans play, climate models’
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    The American Commitment Foundation

    The American Commitment Foundation is a right-leaning advocacy group that educates the public on issues related to economic freedom and limited government. 1  It is the charitable sister organization of
  • Person

    Rajiv Chandrasekaran

    Rajiv Chandrasekaran is the director of policy and strategy at The Emes Project LLC, a project of Starbucks founder and CEO Howard Schultz, that works with the left-of-center Schultz Family Foundation. 1 Prior to
  • Person

    Ezra Rosenberg

    Ezra Rosenberg is a left-of-center lawyer and advocate for the abolition of voter identification laws among minority communities. He is currently co-director for the left-of-center Lawyers Committee for Civil Rights Under Law, which has sued Texas over the state’s attempts to remove non-citizens from the voting pool and require
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    National Association of Latino Elected and Appointed Officials (NALEO)

    The National Association of Latino Elected and Appointed Officials (NALEO) is a membership organization that pushes left-of-center talking points on issues such as education, health, infrastructure, voting rights, and immigration. The organization created the NALEO Educational Fund, the charitable arm of the NALEO, to focus on funding initiatives that promote
  • Non-profit

    Reclaim New York

    Reclaim New York is a right-leaning watchdog group that seeks to inform and engage citizens and policy makers on challenges facing the state of New York. 1