Search results for ‘participant’


  • Non-profit

    The American Institute for Economic Research

    The American Institute for Economic Research is a Massachusetts-based free-market think tank established in 1933 by Edward C. Harwood, an economist who was the vice president at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology. He launched it as a research organization to evaluate ways to avoid another Great Depression.
  • Person

    Rashida Bumbray

    Rashida Bumbray is a choreographer and performance artist who is the head of culture and art programs at the Open Society Foundations, a large grantmaking foundation created and funded by billionaire financier and left-leaning philanthropist George Soros. Bumbray joined the Open Society Foundations in 2015 and was promoted to
  • Other Group

    Luminous Minds Project

    The Luminous Minds Project is a left-leaning organization that provides training and conducts advocacy efforts surrounding mental health and education issues. The organization was created in 2014 by Jodie Knowles, a self-described “Trauma Informed Strategic Intervention Coach” and offers consulting and coaching sessions to a variety of schools and organizations.
  • Person

    Hasan Davis

    Hasan Davis is an educational consultant who works with school districts on left-of-center racial and cultural messaging and speaks at racial-diversity conferences. 1 He has said that he encourages teachers to use more “diverse individuals” in
  • Person

    Rosa Brooks

    Rosa Brooks, born Rosa Ehrenreich, is the daughter of longtime feminist activist Barbara Ehrenreich and is a law professor at Georgetown University in Washington, D.C. 1 She is also an adjunct
  • Person

    Gigi Sohn

    Gigi Sohn is an academic and advocate for left-of-center internet policy, particularly “net neutrality.” In October 2021, President Joe Biden nominated Sohn to serve as a commissioner of the Federal Communications Commission (FCC). She has faced opposition from Republicans due to a perceived bias against conservatives based on
  • Non-profit

    Intentional Endowments Network (IEN)

    Intentional Endowments Network (IEN) is a membership organization of over 200 endowments, foundations, investment consultants and managers, and nonprofits involved in environmentalist initiatives, as well as racial justice and economic equality. 1 IEN is
  • For-profit

    Enid Lee Consultants

    Enid Lee Consultants is an educational consulting firm based in California that provides critical race theory-aligned “antiracism” workshops, consulting, and speeches on diversity, equity, and inclusion. Enid Lee Consultants was founded and is led by Enid Lee, a left-of-center activist.
  • For-profit

    Edyoucan Consulting, Inc.

    Edyoucan Consulting, Inc. is an educational consulting firm based in Glastonbury, Connecticut that provides critical race theory-aligned “antiracism” workshops and faculty retreats on diversity, equity, and inclusion. The firm was incorporated and is led by Tonya Claiborne, the director of equity, diversity, and inclusion at Glastonbury Public Schools. Background Edyoucan
  • For-profit

    Monarch Training and Development, LLC

    Monarch Training and Development, LLC is a consulting firm based in Ames, Iowa, that provides critical race theory-aligned “antiracism” workshops, consulting, and speeches on diversity, equity, and inclusion. The firm’s founder and principal consultant is Black Lives Matter activist Abdul Muhammad. Background Monarch Training and Development was founded as
  • For-profit

    Glasgow Group

    The Glasgow Group is a Maryland-based for-profit educational consultant company specializing in diversity, equity, and inclusion (DEI) training. Unlike many educational consultant companies, the Glasgow Group works exclusively with private schools. The company has developed ties with other private schools due to the company’s founder, Rodney Glasgow, who has held
  • For-profit

    Fleur Larsen Facilitation

    Fleur Larsen Facilitation is a diversity, equity, and inclusion consultancy offering training to individuals and organizations on privilege, diversity, oppression, cultural change, and equity. The critical race theory-aligned concepts of “white privilege” and “white supremacy” are overarching themes of Fleur Larsen Facilitation’s teaching and training. History and Work Fleur Larsen
  • Non-profit

    Inroads

    Inroads is a nonprofit organization focused on combatting racial and economic inequality in the United States by training and placing minority college students in multiyear summer internships at corporations that provide experience, mentorship, and networking.
  • For-profit

    Cultures Connecting LLC

    Cultures Connecting is a left-leaning consulting firm that provides critical race theory-aligned diversity, equity, and inclusion consulting services to schools, companies, associations, and nonprofits across the United States. The firm was founded and is operated self-described “social justice activists” Caprice Hollins and Ilsa Govan. The firm mostly consults for clients
  • For-profit

    EDquity Consulting

    EDquity Consulting is an Atlanta-based critical race theory-influenced educational consulting firm. 1 Founded in 2020, EDquity has reached over 4,500 teachers, 80,000 students, and 20 school organizations
  • Non-profit

    Diversity Center of Northeast Ohio (DCNEO)

    The Diversity Center of Northeast Ohio (DCNEO) is a non-profit organization in Cleveland, Ohio, that promotes critical race theory-aligned ideologies in the name of equity, diversity, and social justice. DCNEO provides training and teaching for schools, professional organizations, and individuals. DCNEO has been criticized by parents at school board meetings
  • 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