People (Page 2)


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    Ahsia Badi

    Ahsia Badi is the Census Director of Emgage, a Muslim-American advocacy and voter mobilization group. As such, she campaigns at both the local and state levels to maximize Muslim participation in the 2020 Census. Badi partners with community organizations, mosques, and cultural institutions.. [1] She is also a
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    Ai-jen Poo

    Ai-jen Poo is a left-of-center labor organizer and executive director of the National Domestic Workers Alliance (NDWA). Poo is closely aligned with a range of left-of-center foundations and organizing groups, sitting on the advisory boards of MoveOn.org, MomsRising, and the National Committee for Responsive Philanthropy.
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    Aida Diaz Rivera

    Aida Diaz Rivera is a labor union official who serves as president of the Asociacion de Maestros de Puerto Rico, a teachers union in the U.S. Commonwealth of Puerto Rico. She concurrently holds a position as a vice president of the American Federation of Teachers.
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    Ajamu Baraka

    Ajamu Sibeko Baraka is a far-left civil rights and environmental activist. He ran for Vice President of the United States as the running mate of Green Party presidential nominee Jill Stein in the 2016 presidential election. Baraka works as an associate fellow at the far-left Institute for Policy
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    Al Gore

    Albert Arnold “Al” Gore Jr. is a Democratic Party politician and environmentalist activist. He has served as a U.S. Representative, United States Senator from Tennessee, and the 45th Vice President of the United States. He was the Democratic Party presidential nominee in the 2000 Presidential election, which he lost to
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    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
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    Alan Khazei

    Alan Khazei is the founder of social nonprofit Be the Change Inc. as well as the former CEO of City Year, an educational organization and a program of civil society program AmeriCorps, which had been started under President Bill Clinton. He sits on the board of
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    Alan M. Parker

    Alan M. Parker is a British businessman and major support of left-of-center environmentalist projects and the Chinese Communist Party’s Belt and Road Initiative. Parker made his fortune primarily through selling his shared in the DFS Group, a Hong Kong-based retailer that operates luxury duty-free shops in airports and resorts. He
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    Alan Patricof

    Alan Patricof is a Democratic donor and fundraiser. He made his fortune as a pioneer in venture capitalism and private equity firms.[176] He has been a strong supporter of Bill and Hillary Clinton, contributing to and holding fundraisers for their political campaigns[177] and the Clinton philanthropies.
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    Albert C. Yates

    For more on the “Colorado Model,” see Colorado Democracy Alliance and Democracy Alliance Dr. Albert C. Yates is a retired academic administrator who served as the president of Colorado State University from 1990 until 2003 and served on a number of high-profile executive boards. Since retiring from academia, he
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    Albert J. Dwoskin

    Albert J. Dwoskin is a real estate developer, activist, and major left-of-center donor to the Democratic Party and left-wing causes who resides in Virginia. In addition to being a major donor to left-wing candidates and causes,[225] he sits on the boards of numerous left-wing organizations, at one time
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    Alberto Olivas-Reyes

    Alberto Olivas-Reyes has been involved in numerous community organizations, both nationally and in his state of Arizona, as well as held several different positions in the government of Arizona. He was formerly on the board of the get-out-the-vote organization Democracy Works, and currently is the executive director of the
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    Alejandro Mayorkas

    Alejandro Mayorkas is an American lawyer and government official. Mayorkas is the United States Secretary of Homeland Security in the Biden administration. Previously, Secretary Mayorkas worked as an Obama administration appointee, first as Director of U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) and later as Deputy Secretary of
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    Alejandro Ruelas

    Alejandro Ruelas is a corporate advertising executive currently working as managing partner of LatinWorks, a Hispanic-focused ad agency.
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    Alex Bozmoski

    Alex Bozmoski is the Managing Director of RepublicEn, a nominally right-leaning environmentalist advocacy organization.
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    Alex Caputo-Pearl

    Alex Caputo-Pearl is the former president, and current vice president, of the United Teachers of Los Angeles (UTLA) union and a vice president of the American Federation of Teachers (AFT). He is an outspoken opponent of charter schools and other education reform measures. Caputo-Pearl has always been seen
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    Alex Friedmann

    Alex Friedmann is a left-of-center prison advocate who worked for the 2016 presidential campaign of U.S. Senator Bernie Sanders (I-VT). He is a former staff member of the advocacy group Human Rights Defense Center and began writing for its monthly publication, Prison Legal News, while he served
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    Alex Kotch

    Alex Kotch is a left-wing investigative journalist that writes articles supporting environmentalism, highlighting money in politics, and attacking right-of-center groups. Kotch has worked at the left-of-center Institute for Southern Studies and The Young Turks Network. [328] He currently writes for Sludge, a website dedicated to
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    Alex Nussbaum

    Alex Nussbaum is a reporter at Bloomberg news who specializes in energy- and environment-related issues. Before this, he specialized in climate change and environmental issues for Bloomberg. Early Life Nussbaum is a native New Yorker. He is a graduate of Cornell University. [347] In 2002, he attended the
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    Alex Tom

    Alex Tom is the Executive Director of the Center for Empowered Politics, and the former Executive Director of the Chinese Progressive Association (San Francisco).