Search results for ‘Democracy Alliance’


  • Non-profit

    Climate Justice Alliance (CJA)

    Climate Justice Alliance (CJA) is a left-of-center environmental activist group made up of associated organizations from around the world. The organization was launched as a project of Movement Strategy Center, a left-wing nonprofit organization based in Oakland, California with a history of working with organizations that identify themselves as
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    Grassroots Global Justice Alliance

    Grassroots Global Justice Alliance (GGJA) is a network of over 60 organizations committed to left-of-center social causes, ranging from environmental activism, to antiracism awareness, feminism, and support for Palestinians. 1 The Alliance’s sister organizations
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    Alliance for Global Justice (AFGJ)

    The Alliance for Global Justice (AFGJ, sometimes styled AfGJ) is an organizing group that serves as a fiscal sponsor to numerous left-wing initiatives, among them Refuse Fascism,
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    BlueGreen Alliance

    The BlueGreen Alliance (BGA) (and its associated 501(c)(3) arm the BlueGreen Alliance Foundation) is a project of America’s national labor unions and major environmentalist groups designed to show a united front for progressive environmentalist policies. The Alliance was founded in 2006 by the United Steelworkers labor union and
  • Non-profit

    Center for Popular Democracy (CPD)

    The Center for Popular Democracy (CPD) is a left-of-center 501(c)(3) organization involved in voter mobilization and policy development. The center’s stated mission is “to create equity, opportunity and a dynamic democracy in partnership with high-impact base-building organizations, organizing alliances, and progressive unions.” CPD has opposed the use of zero carbon
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    Collective Renaissance Georgia

    Collective Renaissance Georgia (formerly Collective Renaissance Guild) is a Black, youth-led organization seeking to create a culture in Georgia of young people actively participating in advocacy for and implementation of left-of-center policies.
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    Morino Institute

    The Morino Institute is the private grantmaking vehicle of left-of-center businessman Mario Morino. Morino was one of the first to incorporate venture-capital-style giving to advocacy. He would later bring that mentality to his participation in the left-of-center donor network Democracy Alliance, which supports funding left-of-center causes.
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    SJS Partners

    SJS Partners is a left-of-center grantmaking organization with close ties to the Sandler Foundation. 1 SJS Partners was founded in 2019 by James Sandler and his late
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    Idaho Progressive Investor Network

    Idaho Progressive Investor Network steers donors to left-of-center causes such as expanding Medicaid, increasing funding for public education, and protecting public lands. Idaho Progressive Investor Network was founded by Lauren McLean, a liberal politician in Boise who has served as the city’s mayor since her election in 2019.
  • Non-profit

    West Virginia Watch

    West Virginia Watch is an online news outlet located in Charleston, West Virginia launched by States Newsroom. It reports on West Virginia state politics and policies focusing on left-of-center issues such as criminal justice, education, health, labor, the environment, and energy.
  • Non-profit

    Southern Economic Advancement Project (SEAP)

    The Southern Economic Advancement Project (SEAP) is a left-of-center advocacy organization and think tank founded in 2019 by Georgia Democratic politician Stacey Abrams that is centered around promoting racial equity and “economic power” among minority populations in the American South. SEAP focuses its efforts on 12 southern states and
  • Non-profit

    The Capacity Shop

    The Capacity Shop is an organization that helps left-of-center activist groups improve their organizational systems, coordinate efforts across different legal entities, and conduct outreach activities. It is an affiliated charity of New Left Accelerator (NLA) and fiscally sponsored by Social Good Labs.
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    Guarantee Our Votes Project

    Guarantee Our Votes Project is a project of the Center for Innovative Policy (CIP), a social-welfare think tank focused on developing and disseminating left-of-center public policy for the state level. 1 Guarantee Our
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    Wellspring Committee

    The Wellspring Committee was a social welfare organization provided funding to advocacy groups that produced ads promoting conservative and Republican Party-aligned causes.
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    Zinc Collective

    Zinc Collective is a political organization that links tech and data analytics professionals with the intention of maintaining Democratic majorities. The collective is split into two pieces, DigiDems and Blue Leadership Collaborative (BLC). DigiDems pays for tech professionals to work in Democratic campaigns and BLC works to create a campaign
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    Action Lab

     The Action Lab (officially known as the Center for Law and Human Values) hosts training seminars, concerts, and other events for left of center activists. The Action Lab is closely associated with the Center for Popular Democracy, and operated under its management from 2016 to 2020. History The Action
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    Donors of Color Network (DOCN)

    Donors of Color Network (DOCN) is a left-of-center nonprofit co-founded by Hali Lee, Ashindi Maxton, and Urvashi Vaid in 2016. The group promotes left-of-center social equity initiatives and climate action policies. DOCN is related and works with Donors of Color Action (DOCA).
  • Other Group

    A22 Network

    A22 Network is a project associated with the Climate Emergency Fund that consists of projects that organize environmentalist activists to volunteer for protests at which they block roadways and deface high-profile artworks to call attention demand eliminating carbon emissions.
  • Non-profit

    People’s Agenda

    People’s Agenda, also known as the Georgia Coalition for the People’s Agenda (GCPA), is an advocacy organization focused on increasing Black voter turnout in Georgia. It was founded in 1998 by civil rights activist Joseph Lowery.
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    First Draft News

    First Draft News was a collective of left-wing media organizations that pushed for news publications to implement guidelines for sourcing and presenting information to combat so-called “misinformation.” Founded in 2015, the collective included tech giant Google and the foreign-affairs publication Bellingcat. First Draft shut down in 2022 and handed