People (Page 54)


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    Susan Sandler

    Susan Sandler is a left-wing political activist and philanthropist. She is the daughter of Herb and Marion Sandler, left-wing philanthropists associated with the Sandler Foundation, where she is a board trustee.
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    Susan Tierney

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    Susie Buell

    Susie Tompkins Buell is an American entrepreneur and liberal political donor. Tompkins Buell co-founded the Esprit clothing brand. She is noted for her close friendship with Hillary Clinton and her financial support of various progressive political causes.
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    Suzanne Goldberg

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    Suzanne Gollin

    Suzanne Gollin is a writer, activist, and donor to left-of-center causes and campaigns. She is the daughter of Las Vegas businessman and alleged mobster Morris Barney Dalitz and the wife of former investment banker James Gollin. [1] [2] In 2004, James and Suzanne Gollin founded
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    Swanee Hunt

    Swanee Hunt is a philanthropist, Democratic political activist, and the former United States Ambassador to Austria during the Clinton Administration. She is the sister of fellow philanthropist Helen LaKelly Hunt.
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    Symone Sanders

    Symone D. Sanders is an American who served as national press secretary for Democratic presidential candidate Bernie Sanders, during the Bernie Sanders presidential campaign, 2016.
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    Taeku Lee

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    Talia Lavin

    Talia Lavin is an “extremism researcher” for the left-of-center media criticism organization Media Matters for America, a position she’s held since July 2018. Lavin has also been a freelance writer for publications such as the Washington Post and Lilith magazine. [15] She resigned from a prior position as
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    Tamara Draut

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    Tamika Mallory

    Tamika D. Mallory is the co-president of Women’s March, Inc., one of two major national left-wing advocacy organizations that were created from the January 21, 2017 “Women’s March on Washington” and related demonstrations against the election and inauguration of President Donald Trump. From 2009 to 2013 she was executive
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    Ted Kirsch

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    Ted Trimpa

    Ted Trimpa is a Democratic strategist and political consultant based in Denver, Colorado. He is the founder and CEO of Trimpa Group, a consulting firm.
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    Tefere Gebre

    Tefere Gebre is an Ethiopian-American labor activist and, since September 10, 2013, Executive Vice President of the AFL-CIO. Gebre is the first immigrant elected as an officer in the federation’s history.
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    Terence M. O’Sullivan

    Terence M. O’Sullivan is a labor union activist and, since 1999, president of the Laborers’ International Union of North America.
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    Teresa Ghilarducci

    Teresa Ghilarducci is a professor at the New School for Social Research.
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    Teresa Shook

    Teresa Shook is a retired lawyer. Shook is credited as the first woman to call for a “women’s march” in Washington, D.C. after the 2016 election, which ultimately became the Women’s March. In November 2018, Shook criticized the leadership of the Women’s March national organization as being “anti-Semitic and
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    Terrence Melvin

    Terrence Melvin is Secretary-Treasurer of the New York State AFL-CIO.
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    Terry McAuliffe

    Terry McAuliffe is a Democratic Party politician and fundraiser[64] most notable for serving as the 72nd Governor of Virginia.[65] Throughout his career McAuliffe has raised over $1 billion for the Democratic Party[66] and leaned on his political connections to create a web of often
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    Thea Lee

    Thea Lee is a labor union-aligned economist who has served as president of the Economic Policy Institute (EPI) since 2018. Prior to joining EPI, Lee served in various roles at the AFL-CIO labor union federation, rising to deputy chief of staff.