People (Page 11)


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    Becky Pringle

    Rebecca Pringle is a teacher and teachers’ union officer working as the president of the National Education Association (NEA), America’s largest labor union. Pringle has been an outspoken opponent of reopening schools amid the COVID-19 pandemic, even to the point of supporting teacher strikes against school districts. Pringle worked
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    Becky Wasserman

    Rebecca “Becky” Wasserman is the director of government relations at the Service Employees International Union (SEIU)[38] and a self-described “organizer for racial and economic justice.” [39] She is on the board of directors of the left-wing Local Progress group[40] and the left-of-center
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    Ben Cohen

    Ben Cohen is one of the founders of Ben and Jerry’s Ice Cream and a donor to left-of-center political causes.
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    Ben de Guzman

    Ben de Guzman is a left-wing activist that works to promote Asian American-Pacific Islander and LGBT interests. Guzman currently serves as the director of Washington, D.C. Mayor Muriel Bowser’s (D) Office on Asian and Pacific Islander Affairs. Guzman previously served as the Community Outreach Specialist in the Mayor’s
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    Ben Goldhirsh

    Ben Goldhirsh is a left-progressive social activist and entrepreneur best known for creating the liberal news-commentary website Upworthy. He is the former CEO of Good Ventures and chairs his personal foundation, the Goldhirsh Foundation.
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    Ben Jealous

    Ben Jealous is a political activist, president of the left-of-center advocacy group People for the American Way (PFAW) and People for the American Way Foundation, and the former president and CEO of the NAACP. [88] In 2018, he was the Democratic Party nominee for Governor
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    Ben Palmquist

    Ben Palmquist is the campaign manager of the National Economic and Social Rights Initiative (NESRI). He is also on the advisory committee of Our Story Hub, a project of the Proteus Fund which advises left-of-center politicians and groups on communications strategies. [114]
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    Ben Rhodes

    Benjamin J. “Ben” Rhodes is an American political adviser and former White House staff member who served as the Deputy National Security Advisor for Strategic Communications in the Obama administration.
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    Ben Sherwood

    Ben Sherwood is a television journalist who worked as president of ABC News from 2015 until 2019.
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    Ben Wessel

    Ben Wessel is a left-wing political activist who currently serves as the Millennial vote director and deputy political director for NextGen Rising, the youth mobilization arm of NextGen Climate, a left-wing advocacy group that supposedly focuses on climate change proposals that is funded by billionaire investor Tom
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    Ben Wyskida

    Ben Wyskida is a communications and media strategist who has worked for a variety of left-of-center advocacy groups and grantmaking organizations. He is currently the vice chairman of NEO Philanthropy, a New York-based nonprofit that acts as a fiscal sponsor and funding intermediary for left-of-center causes. Wyskida was previously
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    Benita Kline

    Benita Kline is an environmental activist and president of the Leadership Engagement Opportunity (LEO) Fund.
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    Benjamin Miller

    Benjamin Miller, better known by his stage name Wrekonize is an American underground rapper and current member of Miami band ¡Mayday!. He is currently signed to Tech N9ne’s Strange Music record label.
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    Benjamin Rahn

    Benjamin Rahn is a technology entrepreneur and the co-founder and former president of ActBlue, a pass-through outlet for Democratic politicians and organizations which, as of March 2021, has facilitated $8.4 billion in donations to left-of-center candidates and causes since its creation. [151] Education Benjamin Rahn was born
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    Benji Backer

    Benji Backer is an environmentalist activist who associates with the Republican Party politically. He is the founder and president of American Conservation Coalition (ACC), a nominally right-leaning environmentalist organization with financial ties to left-wing environmentalist groups. American Conservation Coalition In 2017, Backer and other conservative students at the University of Washington
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    Bernard Coleman

    Bernard Coleman has served as a chief diversity officer for Hillary Clinton’s 2016 campaign, the Democratic National Committee, and ridesharing company Uber. He also serves on Tide Advocacy’s board of directors.
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    Bernardine Dohrn

    For more see: Weather Underground, Students for a Democratic Society, and Bill Ayers Bernardine Dohrn was an original co-founder and arguably the top leader of the Weather Underground, a radical-left violent extremist group that was active from the late 1960s through the mid-1970s. Prior to this
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    Bernice Schoenbaum

    Bernice Schoenbaum is an individual shareholder in the utility company Dominion Energy, and is active in submitting shareholder proposals that support a left-of-center environmental, social, and governance (ESG) agenda. Schoenbaum has notably submitted shareholder resolutions relating to Dominion’s use of mountaintop removal mining (MTR), lobbying activities,[282] and executive
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    Bernie Horn

    Bernie Horn is the senior director for policy and communications at the Public Leadership Institute. He is also on the advisory committee of Our Story Hub, a project of the Proteus Fund which advises left-of-center politicians and groups on communications strategies. [295]
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    Bernie Sanders

    Bernard “Bernie” Sanders is a Vermont politician, currently serving as the state’s junior United States Senator. Sanders ran for the Democratic Party nomination for President of the United States in 2016. A self-described “democratic socialist,” Sanders is formally an independent but caucuses with the Senate Democrats.