Search results for ‘participant’


  • Non-profit

    Crossroads Antiracism Organizing and Training

    Crossroads Antiracism Organizing and Training, formerly known as Crossroads Ministry, 1 is a far-left organization that hosts critical race theory-inspired workshops, training sessions, and webinars.
  • For-profit

    Pacific Educational Group

    Pacific Educational Group is a left-leaning educational consulting firm formed by Glenn Singleton in the 1990s that contracts with K-12 school districts in 20 states across the United States to provide consulting and training services around racial equity and critical race theory. The company is known for requiring program participants
  • Non-profit

    Lyda Hill Foundation

    The Lyda Hill Foundation (or Lyda Hill Philanthropies) is a private foundation that awards grants to scientific research ventures and community foundations in Texas and Colorado. Its founder, entrepreneur Lyda Hill, supports the foundation with “the entirety of her estate.” Hill’s foundation states that she has “a fervent belief that
  • Non-profit

    Institute for Nonprofit News

    The Institute for Nonprofit News (formerly the Investigative News Network) is a left-of-center network of not-for-profit media organizations such as Mother Jones, ProPublica, and The Intercept. Background In 2009, journalists from 27 media organizations met at the Pocantico Center in New York, a historic home of the
  • Non-profit

    Minnesota Education Equity Partnership

    The Minnesota Education Equity Partnership (MnEEP) is an educational organization rooted in the ideas of critical race theory and racial equity.
  • Person

    Anya Schiffrin

    Anya Schiffrin is the director of the Technology, Media, and Communications at Columbia University’s School of International and Public Affairs. She is also a member of the global board at George Soros’s Open Society Foundations.
  • Other Group

    All Due Respect

    All Due Respect is a labor advocacy group that advocates for improving the treatment of activist workers employed by left-leaning groups. It is a fiscally sponsored project of the Hopewell Fund, a 501(c)(3) left-of-center funding nonprofit managed by Arabella Advisors.
  • Non-profit

    American Majority

    American Majority is a right-of-center national political training institute founded in 2008. 1 2 The group says it has had more
  • Non-profit

    Access Now

    Access Now is a left-leaning internet access and digital rights advocacy group that works to decrease internet censorship and to curtail violations of privacy by businesses that collect the personal data of internet users. This group receives funding from some of the companies whose data collection practices it criticizes, such
  • Person

    Saul Alinsky

    Saul Alinsky (1909-1972) was a leading political activist and theorist, social critic, self-described “radical,” and an architect of the modern Left’s structure and approach to advocacy and electioneering. Alinsky pioneered “community organizing,” a form of coalition-building centered on aligning the common goals of multiple interest groups too small or electorally
  • Non-profit

    People Vs. Fossil Fuels

    People vs. Fossil Fuels is a left-of-center activist environmentalist organization that was formed in 2021 to demand far-left climate policy action from the Biden Administration. The group demands President Biden declare climate change a “national emergency”; ban all conventional energy infrastructure, leasing, and drilling projects on federal lands;
  • Government Agency

    Biden Administration – Executive Office of the President

    This profile contains Biden Administration nominations and appointments made at the Executive Office of the President. Nominations and Appointments Jen O’Malley Dillon is White House Deputy Chief of Staff. She was Campaign Manger for Biden’s 2020 presidential campaign, and prior to that for Beto O’Rourke’s 2020 campaign. She was a
  • Government Agency

    Biden Administration – Department of Justice

    This profile contains Biden Administration nominations and appointments made at the U.S. Department of Justice. Nominations and Appointments Kristen Clarke is Assistant Attorney General for the Civil Rights Division. Clarke was most recently the President and Executive Director of the Lawyers’ Committee for Civil Rights Under Law.
  • Person

    Philip F. Anschutz

    Philip F. Anschutz (born 1939) is a businessman and the president of The Anschutz Corporation, a holding company based in Denver, Colorado. Anschutz is a prominent donor to Republican politicians and a supporter of conservative advocacy causes, being perhaps best known for his ownership of the Washington Examiner and, from
  • For-profit

    Elias Law Group

    The Elias Law Group is the law firm of Marc Elias, the former long-standing leader of the political law practice at Perkins Coie, a major law firm that serves Democratic politicians. In August 2021, Elias left Perkins Coie with ten partners and three counsels to establish the Elias
  • Non-profit

    Essie Justice Group

    Essie Justice Group (EJS) is a left-of-center criminal justice policy group made up primarily of women with incarcerated partners or relatives. EJS describes itself as building a “black feminist future that is liberatory for all.” The group describes the United States as being in an “age of incarceration” primarily fueled
  • Political Party/527

    The Black Panther Party

    The Black Panther Party was a communist Black militant organization founded in 1966 that allied with extremist New Left organizations such as Students for a Democratic Society (SDS) and communist regimes abroad.
  • Non-profit

    Urban Triage

    Urban Triage is a left-of-center nonprofit organization that advocates for critical race theory-inspired “racial equity” approaches and various forms of racial reparations. It advocates for abolishing capitalism, which it asserts is white supremacy.
  • Non-profit

    iCivics

    iCivics is a nonprofit digital educational platform that provides online civics education programming tailored to K-12 students. The organization was founded by former U.S. Supreme Court Justice Sandra Day O’Connor in 2009 and has a network of tens of thousands of teachers across 50 states. The organization claims that
  • Other Group

    Better Internet Initiative

    Better Internet Initiative is a project of the left-of-center Hopewell Fund launched in 2020 to create a collaborative fellowship for left-leaning influencers and content creators on social media sites like YouTube, TikTok, and Instagram. According to the organization’s website, the initiative offered a 2020 Fellowship, which worked with