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  • Non-profit

    Youth Speaks

    Youth Speaks is a left-of-center art activist group in the San Francisco area focused on teacher poetry and providing venues for artistic expression to youth. Comments from the organization’s leader and the tone of various products, such as the organization’s short film series, demonstrate that the organization is left-of-center and
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    B Corp Climate Collective

    The B Corp Climate Collective is a coalition of left-of-center companies with environmentalist agendas that advocates for left-of-center environmental policies worldwide. The coalition is affiliated with the nongovernmental organization B Lab. Its members are companies that are certified B Corporations or “B Corps,” a certification program operated by B
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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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    Local Progress Policy Institute

    Local Progress Policy Institute trains and encourages local elected officials to advance left-of-center policies in their official roles. It is funded by labor unions and major left-of-center foundations such as the Ford Foundation, Arnold Ventures, and William and Flora Hewlett Foundation, and includes mayors, district attorneys, county
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    AAPI Victory Alliance

    The AAPI Victory Alliance is an advocacy group that promotes left-leaning policies on behalf of Asian Americans and Pacific Islanders. It is a fiscally sponsored project of Tides Advocacy. The nonprofit targets four issues: restricting private firearm ownership, promoting climate-change narratives, combating supposed misinformation, and opposing regulations on voting.
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    Assata’s Daughters

    Assata’s Daughters is a radical-left activist group based in Chicago, Illinois that operates paid and unpaid youth advocacy training programs. 1
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    WePower

    WePower is a left-of-center community activist group focused on the St. Louis region that runs an investment fund and a small business accelerator program for the benefit of Black and Latino communities. The group claims that economic inequality is the result of “systemic oppression” and white supremacy.
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    Los Angeles Urban League

    Los Angeles Urban League (LA Urban League) is the local chapter of the National Urban League, a left-of-center nonprofit that supports the Black Lives Matter movement, abortion rights, affirmative action, and targeted welfare spending for specific racial groups.
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    George W. Bush Foundation

    The George W. Bush Foundation, which operates as the George W. Bush Presidential Center (shortened as the Bush Center), is a nonpartisan organization that houses the George W. Bush Presidential Museum and the George W. Bush Institute at the Southern Methodist University (SMU) campus in Dallas. The Bush Center’s mission
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    RadicalxChange

    RadicalxChange is a think tank focused on promoting technological approaches, especially blockchain-related technology, to governance and economic issues. These solutions often include radical innovations and departures from traditional mechanisms, such as the implementation of “quadratic voting” and claims to transcend capitalism and communism.
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    Juvenile Law Center

    Juvenile Law Center is a left-of-center legal-advocacy nonprofit that focuses on youth interactions with the criminal justice system. Founded in 1975, it is the oldest youth legal advocacy group in the United States, leveraging both legal avenues and media outreach to advance its agenda. Coupled with an emphasis on the
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    Federation of Gay Games

    The Federation of Gay Games is an LGBT advocacy group that hosts the Gay Games sporting event every four years. The Gay Games was founded by Olympic decathlete Tom Waddell in 1982 and held its first event from August 28 to September 5 in San Francisco, California that year. Participants
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    Partnership for Global LGBTIQ+ Equality (PGLE)

    The Partnership for Global LGBTIQ+ Equality (PGLE), an initiative of Business for Social Responsibility, the World Economic Forum, and United Nations Office of the High Commissioner for Human Rights, is a left-of-center membership organization focused on sexuality and gender issues. Background The Partnership for Global LGBTIQ+ Equality
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    Telluride Association

    Telluride Association (TA) is a left-of-center educational organization that promotes and instructs students on critical race theory and critical race theory-associated topics. 1 Telluride Association’s Summer Seminar (TASS) work focuses on
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    Racial Justice Investing

    Racial Justice Investing is a Black Lives Matter movement-aligned membership organization of activist investors. Background Racial Justice Investing (sometimes styled as the Racial Justice Investing Coalition) was founded as a group of activist investors aligned with the Black Lives Matter movement in December 2017. According to the organization’s
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    British Broadcasting Corporation (BBC)

    The British Broadcasting Corporation is a state-funded media organization formed in 1927 under a Royal Charter in the United Kingdom. The organization receives most of its money through television license fees, which every UK household must pay if that household watches or records live television, or if it uses the
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    Braver Angels

    Braver Angels is a cross-partisan organization that hosts workshops, debates, and other events aimed at bringing people from diverse political perspectives together in discussion. Braver Angels seeks to move participants along a spectrum away from feelings of “hatred or disdain” for their opponents, and instead move them towards “respect and
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    The Ocean Foundation (TOF)

    The Ocean Foundation (TOF) is a left-of-center fiscal sponsorship and grantmaking organization that focuses on environmental issues, especially those related to the world’s oceans. Founded in 2001, TOF has received private and governmental funding, and also offers corporate partnerships, drawing attention to the public relations face-lift it can bestow: “improved
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    Kinsey Institute

    The Kinsey Institute is a controversial research institution that studies human sexuality and sexual behavior. Located at Indiana University, the Institute pushes broadly left-of-center and socially liberal views on sexuality and gender identity. The Institute was founded by and is named after sex researcher Alfred Kinsey, whose work has garnered
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    Global Cooling Prize

    Global Cooling Prize was an award competition from 2018 until 2021 that awarded $3 million in prizes to submissions to built more energy-efficient home air conditioning units. The eight competition finalists each received $200,000 to build working prototypes for testing, with the winner of the Global Cooling Prize receiving $1