People (Page 62)


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    Nikole Hannah-Jones

    Nikole Hannah-Jones is a staff writer for the New York Times Magazine who in 2019 created and directed of the magazine’s “1619 Project.” Her lead essay for the 100-page journalistic endeavor asserts the central event in the founding of the United States was the first importation of enslaved
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    Nilmini Rubin

    Nilmini Rubin is the head of the coalition Fix the System. The coalition claims to make the argument for election administration and other political system changes to moderate and conservative voters. Before joining Fix the System, Rubin was known for her work in international development and foreign policy. Rubin
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    Nima Shirazi

    Nima Shirazi is a director of Spitfire Strategies, a Democratic consultancy. He is also on the board of Proteus Fund. He previously worked as a communications strategist for Atlantic Philanthropies and as a senior fellow and founding member of the Narrative Initiative. [86]
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    Nina Vinik

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    Njambi Good

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    Noah Bookbinder

    Noah Bookbinder is the executive director of Citizens for Responsibility and Ethics in Washington, a left-of-center advocacy group headquartered in Washington, D.C. Before joining CREW, Bookbinder worked as an attorney for the U.S. Department of Justice and as chief counsel for criminal justice for the United States Senate
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    Noel Beasley

    Noel Beasley is a labor union activist best known for holding the presidency of Workers United, SEIU from 2011 through 2016.
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    Noel Congdon

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    Norm Coleman

    Norm Coleman is a former senator (R-MI) and a board member of American Action Forum and counsel at Hogan Lovells US LLP.
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    Norman Eisen

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    Norman Eng

    Norman Eng is the editor-in-chief of the National Employment Law Project (NELP). 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. [101]
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    Norman Hill

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    Norman Lear

    Norman Lear is a television producer who created a number of politically charged television shows, including “All in the Family,” “Maude,” and “The Jeffersons.” [102] Lear is a self-admitted liberal and an advocate for a left-wing political agenda, including higher taxes[103] and abortion.[104] When
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    Norwood Jewell

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    Oona Chatterjee

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    Opal Tometi

    Opal Tometi is a Nigerian-American activist known as one of the three co-founders of Black Lives Matter and its primary organizational outgrowth, the Black Lives Matter Global Network Foundation. She also served as the former Executive Director of the Black Alliance for Just Immigration.
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    Orin Kramer

    Orin Kramer is a hedge fund manager and a Democratic Party fundraiser. He also served in the Carter administration on the White House domestic policy staff. He has also served on various commissions for Democratic governors across the country. Kramer is also on the board of directors for the
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    Pablo Carrillo

    Pablo Carrillo is a board member of R Street Institute.
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    Paco Fabian

    Paco Fabian is director of campaigns at Our Revolution and the former communications director of Change to Win. [191] 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 communication strategies.
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    Page Gardner

    Page Gardner is a left-of-center activist who runs the Voter Participation Center, formerly the Women’s Voices, Women Vote organization. Gardner works to try and register unmarried women to vote; unmarried women tend to vote Democratic. Gardner worked for Bill Clinton’s 1992 presidential campaign and maintained professional ties to