People (Page 6)


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    Avral Thompson

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    Baldemar Velasquez

    Baldemar Velásquez is an American labor union activist. He co-founded and is president of the Farm Labor Organizing Committee, AFL-CIO.
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    Barack Obama

    Barack Obama (born Barack Hussein Obama II in Honolulu, Hawaii) is an American politician who served as the 44th President of the United States from 2009 to 2017. The first African American to assume the presidency, he was previously the junior United States Senator from Illinois from 2005 to 2008.
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    Barbara Arnwine

    Barbara Arnwine is a lawyer and advocate for left-of-center causes through litigation and work on the board of several left-leaning organizations. Her main areas of interest are the criminal justice system, race-related litigation, healthcare, and LGBT issues. [1] Career Barbara Arnwine is the former president and executive director
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    Barbara Bowen

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    Barbara Stiefel

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    Barbra Streisand

    Barbra Streisand is a singer, screen and stage actor, movie director, and philanthropist.[5] She has been active in support of left-of-center politics and the Democratic Party throughout her career, and she created the Barbra Streisand Foundation to carry out her philanthropic efforts. Streisand has sold approximately 250
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    Barry Fadem

    Barry Fadem is a center-left election lawyer, co-founder of the advocacy group National Popular Vote, and a board member for the anti-Electoral College think tank Institute for Research on Presidential Elections.
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    Barry Steinhardt

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    Becky Bond

    Becky Bond is an American socialist author and activist who was the former political director of CREDO Mobile. In March, 2019, the Washington Examiner reported that Bond had joined Beto O’Rourke’s 2020 campaign for President as an adviser.[29]
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    Becky Pringle

    Rebecca S. “Becky” Pringle is an American teacher and trade union leader. She is the Vice President of the 3 million-member National Education Association, the largest professional employee organization and labor union in the United States.
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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 Goldhirsh

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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 for U.S.
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    Ben Sherwood

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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 chief executive officer of Fenton Communications, a public affairs firm that caters to center-left clients. He formerly worked as executive vice president of BerlinRosen, a consulting firm that caters to labor unions and left-of-center clients. Wyskida is a former programs staffer for Atlantic Philanthropies,
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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 the co-founder and advisor to the board chair of ActBlue (PAC), ActBlue LLC, ActBlue Charities, and ActBlue Civics. Rahn and Matt DeBergalis launched the ActBlue website in 2004 as a fundraising platform for left-wing organizations and candidates.[43]
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    Benji Backer

    Benji Backer is the President of American Conservation Coalition, a nominally right-leaning environmentalist organization with financial and advisory board ties to left-wing environmentalist groups.