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  • Non-profit

    Extinction Rebellion (XR)

    Extinction Rebellion (XR) is a radical environmental activist organization created in the United Kingdom in mid-2019 from a network of individuals affiliated with Earth First! and Occupy Wall Street. [1] Since October 2018 it has engaged in acts of direct action aimed at bringing about its
  • Non-profit

    Friends of Sabeel North America (FOSNA)

    Friends of Sabeel North America (FOSNA) is the United States-based advocacy organization affiliated with the Sabeel Ecumenical Liberation Theology Center (Sabeel), a Jerusalem-based anti-Israel Palestinian Christian organization. [58] Critics have accused FOSNA of being an anti-Israel organization which uses its Christian identity to appeal to churches to divest
  • Other Group

    The Opportunity Agenda

    The Opportunity Agenda is a left-of-center organization that advocates for left-of-center positions on issues including immigration, education, and racial policy. The organization is a project of the Tides Center, a large left-progressive fiscal sponsorship organization. [87] Background The Opportunity Agenda performs the bulk of its advocacy through
  • Non-profit

    Anti-Recidivism Coalition (ARC)

    The Anti-Recidivism Coalition (ARC) is a left-leaning advocacy group and charity based in Los Angeles, California, that supports programs to aid former and current inmates in California state prisons and juvenile detention centers. The organization sponsors several programs and projects centered on providing outreach and education to inmates and reentry
  • Non-profit

    Humane Society International

    Humane Society International (HSI) is the international-focused arm of the controversial animal-liberation advocacy organization Humane Society of the United States (HSUS). The organization works in over 50 countries. [110] HSI claims to address inhumane practices affecting animals, including animals used in research and testing, illegal wildlife trade,
  • Non-profit

    Climate Disobedience Center (CDC)

    Climate Disobedience Center (CDC) is a far-left environmentalist agitation group known for “nonviolent civil disobedience projects,” which include placing false bids for public lands, blocking pipeline construction projects, and closing manual shut off valves carrying Canadian oil into the United States. [140] [141] [142]
  • Non-profit

    Peoples Climate Movement

    The Peoples Climate Movement is a coalition of environmental and labor organizations in the United States that has organized a series of marches and protests since 2014. A project of GreenFaith, a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization, Peoples Climate Movement is a vocal supporter of the Green New Deal. History The People’s
  • Non-profit

    IfNotNow Movement

    IfNotNow is a far-left organization that protests Israel’s control of the West Bank, its policies in the Gaza Strip, and Israeli policy towards Arabs. While the organization has a strong stance opposed to Israel’s handling of the Israeli-Palestinian conflict, it takes no “unified stance” on the anti-Israel Boycott, Divestment,
  • Person

    Rebecca Parks

    Rebecca “Becky” Parks is a longtime Democratic political operative and left-of-center activist who works as the research director at the left-of-center advocacy organization Protect Our Care. [205] Parks is a Detroit native who graduated from the University of Michigan in 2003 with an undergraduate degree in social
  • Person

    Marvin Bing

    Marvin Bing is an artist and activist. He is the national director of art at Amnesty International USA. He is also the co-founder of Justice League NYC, a project of the center-left Gathering for Justice. Bing is the founder and head of the gaming social impact firm
  • Person

    Teresa Shook

    Teresa Anne Shook is a retired lawyer, from Maui, Hawaii[247] who has received credit for first proposing the “Women’s March on Washington” in opposition to the inauguration of President Donald Trump in January 2017. [248] In 2018, Shook criticized the leadership of the Women’s March
  • Person

    Roger Waters

    Roger Waters is a British musician and former front-man of the progressive rock band Pink Floyd. Waters is known for his support for left-wing activism, and is a supporter of the anti-Israel Boycott, Divestment, and Sanctions (BDS) movement. Waters also supports Chelsea Manning, who controversially leaked classified data from
  • Non-profit

    AIDS Healthcare Foundation

    The AIDS Healthcare Foundation (AHF) is a California-based organization that provides medical services to people with HIV/AIDS. The organization has also funded, sponsored, and supported left-wing ballot initiatives on drug prices, housing, and other issues in California and across the country. The organization is led by one of its co-founders,
  • Non-profit

    CARA Family Detention Project

    The CARA Family Detention Project (or CARA) organizes pro bono legal services for migrants who have entered the United States without permission and are seeking asylum, especially in family units. It is jointly operated by four organizations that individually advocate for liberalized U.S. immigration policy and/or provide free legal assistance
  • Non-profit

    Refugee and Immigrant Center for Education and Legal Services (RAICES)

    The Refugee and Immigrant Center for Education and Legal Services (RAICES) is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit that provides free legal representation in Texas to people needing immigration law assistance. In 2017, RAICES claims to have closed 51,000 pro-bono immigration and refugee status cases.[343] In its 2016 federal tax filings
  • Non-profit

    Maryland Public Interest Research Group (MaryPIRG) Foundation

    The Maryland Public Interest Research Group Foundation, also known as MaryPIRG Foundation, is a left of center advocacy organization that was founded in 1975, is the “charitable” research and policy arm of its sister lobbying organization, the Maryland Public Interest Research Group (MaryPIRG). The foundation does research and collects
  • Person

    Al Sharpton

    Al Sharpton (born Alfred Charles Sharpton Jr.) is a political activist, Baptist preacher, and commentator for MSNBC. In 2004, he unsuccessfully sought the Democratic nomination for President of the United States. He is founder and president of the National Action Network (NAN), a 501(c)(3) left-wing political advocacy organization that
  • Non-profit

    Training Resources for the Environmental Community (TREC)

    Training Resources for the Environmental Community (TREC) is a left-of-center nonprofit which provides leadership and activism training for professional environmentalists. The organization credits the Wilburforce Foundation as its major financial supporter,[422] though it has also received major support from Rockefeller Philanthropy Advisors. [423] The
  • Non-profit

    Chicken & Egg Pictures

    Chicken and Egg Pictures is an organization providing financial support to left-aligned female nonfiction filmmakers. Founded in 2005, the organization was originally a fiscally sponsored project of the left-wing Tides Center. Chicken and Egg Pictures became an independent organization in 2016, though its fund at Tides Center remains active.
  • Non-profit

    Democracy North Carolina

    Democracy North Carolina (or Democracy NC) is a left-of-center group based in Durham, North Carolina that lobbies against voter integrity measures and for campaign speech restrictions. It is often portrayed as a neutral organization but it has received funding from the Reynolds-family-related left-wing foundations [486] and out-of-state liberals,