Who exactly is the REAL bad guy in Star Wars?

BTW, I know Sidious is supposed to be, at least pre-Sequel Trilogy.   However,   I was more talking about who each side represents.

First off, there is talk that Palpatine actually represented Richard Nixon.  Nixon even said “I am the Senate!” or something similar.   Lucas said that the Galactic Empire was the USA and the Ewoks and the Alliance were the Vietcong.    Lucas called Han Solo a murderer for shooting Greedo in self-defense.

(To Be Continued)


Radical Hard Left Groups Part 3

Well, I found the need to create a third page.

Indivisible Buddies

Groups:  https://www.indivisibleguide.com/act-locally/ 

Advocacy Fund Buddies

Criminal Justice

8th Amendment Project Opportunity Fund -The 8th Amendment Project coordinates the national campaign to end the death penalty. The campaign employs all available tools to achieve, repeal, and decrease the number of death sentences and executions. At the same time, it works to change public discourse about the death penalty in this country. The campaign systematically pushes for both reduced usage and repeal in the states to achieve a successful U.S. Supreme Court review, and includes: litigation, legislation and policy reform, field and outreach efforts, communication, and where applicable, electoral strategy. It fosters the partnerships between national organizations, state groups, litigators, advocates, and funders that are essential to create lasting change.

Alliance for Citizenship – Alliance for Citizenship builds support for workable comprehensive immigration reform. The Campaign connects people from communities across the country who are ready to work together towards achieving the 279 votes needed to win just and humane comprehensive immigration reform legislation. Read more about A4C’s story at TAF.

Dream Defenders Action Fund – Dream Defenders is an organization that was formed in the aftermath of 17-year-old Trayvon Martin’s killing in 2012. The group, whose name alludes to Martin Luther King, Jr.’s famous speech at the 1963 March on Washington, aims to address the structural problems at the heart of the Martin case: the criminalization of people of color, police brutality, and mass incarceration – all of which add up to a system that can be called “the new Jim Crow.” They seek to train and organize youth and students in nonviolent civil disobedience, civic engagement, and direct action, while creating a sustainable network of youth and student leaders to take action and create change in their communities.

Fund for Fair and Just Policing in NYC – The Fund for Fair and Just Policing in NYC is a campaign engaged in stopping abusive stop-and frisk practices by New York City police by substantially decreasing bias-based encounters with the police, increasing the ability of the most affected communities to hold the police accountable and prevent abusive policing, and building the political will in New York City among the public and policymakers to advance a more just and humane policing paradigm in New York City.

Alliance for Safety and Justice Action – Vote Safe launched the Yes on Proposition 47 campaign on the California ballot in the Fall of 2014, allowing voters the chance to reduce seven low-level, nonviolent drug and theft offenses from felonies to misdemeanors. The millions of dollars saved will go towards K-12 education, mental health treatment for prisoners, and victim services. Read more about ASJ Action’s story at TAF.



Demos Action – Demos is a public policy organization working for an America where we all have an equal say in our democracy and an equal chance in our economy.

Indivisible Project – Indivisible is fueling a progressive grassroots network to defeat the Trump agenda. Across the nation, over 5,800 local groups (at least 2 in every congressional district) are using the Indivisible Guide to hold their members of Congress accountable.

New Media Ventures – New Media Ventures is a national angel network that introduces progressive investors to powerful new startups who are building progressive media, communications, and organizing tools and capacity. The community has invested more than $4 million into startups that use media and technology to drive progressive change, revolutionizing the political landscape.

Rethink Media – Rethink Media is a unique nonprofit organization focused on building the communications capacity of nonprofit think tanks, advocacy organizations, experts, and allies towards a more constructive US Foreign and national security policy, the protection of human and civil rights, and strengthening our democracy. They provide its member groups with affordable access to state of the art media technologies, communications training, public opinion data, and messaging support.


Economic Justice 

National Employment Law Project Action Fund – The National Employment Law Project Action Fund fights for policies to create good jobs, expand access to work, and strengthen protections and support for low-wage workers and the unemployed. They seek to ensure the promises of opportunity and economic security for America’s workers in the 21st century economy.

NPH Action Fund – NPH engages community leaders and stakeholders in finding solutions for the crisis in housing affordability through time-tested and innovative strategies that serve low-income families, seniors, veterans, formerly homeless and people at risk.

Roosevelt Forward – Roosevelt brings together thinkers and doers—from a new generation of leaders in every state to Nobel laureate economists—working to redefine the rules that guide our social and economic realities. We rethink and reshape everything from local policy to federal legislation, orienting toward a new economic and political system: one built by many for the good of all.

SCOPE Agenda Action – SCOPE builds grassroots power to create social, economic, and environmental justice for low-income, female, immigrant, black, and brown communities in Los Angeles.

Tenants Together Action – The Tenants Together Action Fund is the newly formed political arm of California’s statewide tenant movement. The Action Fund uses the political and legislative process to defend and advance the rights of California tenants to safe, decent, and affordable housing. The fund strengthens the statewide tenant movement as they fight for fairness and justice for tenants across California.


Environment & Health

California Environmental Justice Alliance Action Fund – CEJA is a statewide coalition of grassroots, environmental justice organizations. They work to achieve environmental justice by organizing in low-income communities and communities of color – those most impacted by environmental hazards – and by pushing for policies at the federal, state, regional and local levels that protect public health and the environment.

CCAEJ Action – CCAEJ Action is dedicated to improving both our social conditions and the natural environment we inhabit, so that everyone has a safe, healthy, toxic free place to live, work, learn, and play. Their services include leadership training and skills development, projects that improve the natural environment and well-being of our families, and advocacy for changes in public policy that are community-driven, protective, and enhance local resources.

Communities for a Better Environment (CBE) – One of the preeminent environmental justice organizations in the nation, CBE seeks to build people’s power in California’s communities of color and low income communities to achieve environmental health and justice. They work to prevent and reduce pollution and build green, healthy, sustainable communities and environments.

Eldercare Workforce Alliance – The Eldercare Workforce Alliance is a group of 31 national organizations, joined together to provide care services to meet the needs of older adults. As a non-profit, their mission is to provide the highest quality care possible to their residents, and propose practical solutions to strengthen our eldercare workforce and improve the quality of care.

Lead Locally – Lead Locally identifies and supports efforts in key local jurisdictions where the national climate movement can organize people power to stop major fossil fuel infrastructure and pave the way for a clean energy economy.

Safer Chemicals Healthy Families – Safer Chemicals Healthy Families coalition represents more than 11 million individuals, including parents, health professionals, advocates for people with learning and developmental disabilities, and environmentalists from across the nation. They work to protect the health of all Americans by persuading Congress and the President to reform our outdated chemical safety law, the Toxic Substances Control Act of 1976 (TSCA), through comprehensive legislative reform. They seek to phase out hazardous chemicals from the marketplace and educate the public about ways to protect one’s family from toxic chemicals.

Voices for Progress – Voices for Progress is working to create capacity for major donors and other opinion leaders to urge elected officials to support progressive public policy. They provide timely information on relevant issues, coordinating members’ efforts to expand opportunity, strengthen democracy, and prevent climate change.

Vote Solar Action Fund – Vote Solar is a non-profit grassroots organization working to fight climate change and foster economic opportunity by brining solar energy into the mainstream, working at the state, local, and federal level to remove regulatory barriers and implement key policies needed to bring solar to scale.

Source:  https://advocacyfund.org/projects/ 

Solidarity with Charlottesville Buddies

Indivisible, Democratic Socialists of America, Women’s March, Democracy for America, Working Families Party, Resist Here, Progressive Change Campaign Committee, Mi Familia Vota, OurRevolution, Million Hoodies Movement for Justice, People’s Action, Courage Campaign, Greenpeace, #AllOfUs, #Resist, 350.org, OFA, United We Dream, Win Without War, Voto Latino, MoveOn.org, Sierra Club, Pantsuit Nation, Town Hall Project, Planned Parenthood Federation of America, iAmerica, National Immigration Law Center, #MarchForTruth, Color of Change, UltraViolet, IfNotNow, People Power, Faith in Public Life, CREDO, Center for American Progress Action Fund, Bend the Arc Jewish Action, Brand New Congress, South Asian Americans Leading Together, NARAL Pro-Choice America, RootsAction, SEIU, Hip Hop Caucus, CODEPINK, Peoples Climate Movement, T’ruah, Public Citizen, Daily Kos, the Leadership Conference on Civil and Human Rights, CPD Action, Stand Up America, American Federation of Teachers, Emerge America, Jewish Voice for Peace, National Domestic Workers Alliance, Moms Rising, RISE Stronger, Democracy Spring, FIRM, Demos, Sunrise Movement, Spread The Vote, Stand.earth, Our Climate, People For the American Way, Food & Water Watch, NextGen America, Fast Food Justice, Action Together Network, Jews United for Justice, New Leaders Council, Run for Something, Corporate Accountability International, Moms Demand Action, Beyond the Choir, Friends of the Earth, Jobs with Justice, League of Conservation Voters, Truman National Security Project, Progressive Democrats of America, Natural Resources Defense Council, People for Bernie, Common Defense, National Asian Pacific American Women’s Forum, #VOTEPROCHOICE, Emily’s List, Sister District, American Association of University Professors, Network NOVA, Climatetruth.org, National Education Association, National LGBTQ Task Force, Quaker Voluntary Service, Toxics Action Center, National Council of Asian Pacific Americans, Woman’s National Democratic Club, Rainforest Action Network, AFSCME, Avodah, NAMI St. Louis, Raising Our Future PAC, Institute for Research and Education on Human Rights, Presente.org, Refuse Fascism LA, Welfare Warriors, I.A.T.S.E. Local 28, Voices for Dignity, Platform, Climate Hawks Vote, Japanese American Citizens League, Register Blue, The Plant Fund, Defenders of Wildlife, Wisconsin NOW, Orange County Racial Justice Collaborative, Vets for the 99%, NEAT – National Equality Action Team, Together We Will, Local Berniecrats, Southwest Wisconsin Area Progressives, Brazilian Women’s Group, Lawyers’ Committee for Civil Rights Under Law, Frontline Dads, Harrisburg Area NOW, Family Values @ Work, Progress Texas, Western Center on Law and Poverty

Source:  http://act.indivisibleguide.com/event/stand-in-solidarity-with-charlottesville/search/

Sister District Project Buddies

Source:  https://www.sisterdistrict.com/allies/ 

Beyond the Movement Buddies

Advancement Project
Alliance for Educational Justice
Autonomous Tenants Union
Black & Brown Workers Collective (Philly)
Black Lives Matter Global Network
Black Womens’ Roundtable
BlackOut Collective
BLM Network
BLOC (Charlotte)
BYP 100
Causa Justa :: Just Cause
Climate Justice Alliance
Color of Change
Community to Community Development
Cooperation Jackson
Ella Baker Center
Familia: Trans Queer Liberation Movement
Fight for 15
Freedom Inc.
Grassroots Global Justice
Highlander Center for Research & Education
It Take Roots
MPower Change
National Domestic Workers Alliance
New Economy Coalition
Philly REAL Coalition
Philly Student Union
Recover The World
Right to the City
St. Louis Action Council
United We Dream
Women’s March

Source:  https://www.beyondthemoment.org/background/

Popular Resistance Buddies

Gar Alperovitz, Washington, DC, author and political historian, founding principal, Democracy Collaborative

Jack Balkwill, Norfolk, VA, editor, LUV News

Judy Bello, Rochester, NY, Upstate Coalition to Ground the Drones and End the Wars

Carrie Biggs-AdamsCommunications Workers of America

Roshan Bliss, Denver, CO, Colorado Student Power Alliance

Bill Blum, Washington, DC, editor Anti-Empire Report

Leah Bolger, CDR, USN (Ret), Corvallis, OR, Past President, Veterans For PeaceGreen Shadow CabinetSecretary of Defense

Terry Bouricius, Burlington, VT, former Senior Analyst at Fair Vote

Pamela Brown, New York, NY, Tidal Magazine/Occupy TheoryMove to Amend, People’s Investigation of Wall Street

Robert Brune, Columbia, MD, DC Media Group

Lee Camp, New York, NY, comedian, activist, and creator of the Moment of Clarity web series. He’s also the Commissioner for The Comedic Arts in the Green Shadow Cabinet.

Marsha Coleman-Adebayo, Washington, DC, EPA whistleblower and author No Fear

Ronnie Cummins, Finland, MN, executive director, Organic Consumers Association

Jill Dalton, Writer/performer, RecoveringArmyBrat Blog

Ellen Davidson, New York, NY and Woodstock, NY,the Indypendent newspaper, board member, Ecosocialist Horizons and the Israeli Committee Against House Demolitions-USA

Steve Early, Richmond, California, TNG/CWA member, Pacific Media Workers Guild, Freelancers’ Unit

Margaret Flowers, Baltimore, MD, co-director, It’s Our Economy and co-host Clearing the FOG.

Michael Fox, Baltimore, MD, executive director, United Workers

Kymone Freeman, Washington, DC, co-founder We Act Radio

Bruce K. Gagnon, Brunswick, ME, Coordinator, Global Network Against Weapons & Nuclear Power in Space

Paul Glover, Philadelphia, PA, Green plannercommunity justice organizer

Howie Hawkins, Syracuse NY, Green Party

Tarak Kauff, New York, NY and Woodstock, NY, Veterans For Peace Direct Action Group

Brett Kimberlin, Director Justice Through Music, co-founder Velvet Revolution

Ben Manski, Madison, WI, executive director, Liberty Tree FoundationMove to Amend Executive Committee, Chief of Staff, Green Shadow Cabinet

Sarah (Steve) Mosko, BoogieGreen.com

Bill Moyer, Vashon Island, WA, executive director, Backbone Campaign

Michael Nagler, Petaluma, CA, Metta Center for Nonviolence

Tom Neilson, Folk musician, social justice teacher TomNeilsonMusic.com

Larry PinkneyBlack CommentatorIntrepid Report

Emanual Sferios, Grass Valley, CA, Occucards

Reena Shadaan, International Campaign for Justice in Bhopal, North Americablack

Cindy Sheehan, Vacaville, CA, Cindy Sheehan’s Soapbox, LLC

Lisa Simeone, Baltimore, Maryland

Arthus Stamoulis, Portland, OR, Citizen’s Trade Campaign

Kat Stevens, Ithaca, NY, Marcellus Shale Earth First!Shaleshock Direct Action Working Group, Tar Sands Blockade, co-founder Wildseeds Collective

Rivera Sun Cook, Artistic Director, Dancer, Actor, Author, Rising Sun Dance and Theater

David Swanson, Charlottesville, VA, WarIsACrime.org and Roots Action

Erika Thorne, Minneapolis,MN Training for Change

Dennis Trainor, Jr., Boston, MA, ACRONYM TV

Stephanie Van Hook, Petaluma, CA, Metta Center for Nonviolence

Stephen Wallace, Maryland

Tom Weis, Boulder, CO, President, Climate Crisis Solutions

Kevin Zeese,Baltimore, MD, co-director, It’s Our Economy and co-host Clearing the FOG.

Source:   https://popularresistance.org/aboutus/

FairVote Buddies

Hewlett Foundation LogoFord Foundation Logo DemocracyFund-logo.pngljaf_logo.pngMacArthur Foundation LogoArca Foundation LogoRockefeller Brothers Fund LogoOpen Society Foundation LogoHerb Block Foundation LogoDemocracy Fund LogoJoyce Foundation Logo

Source:   http://www.fairvote.org/financials#year_end_reports

 Asian Americans Advancing Justice Buddies

at&tbb&tcomcast nbcfacebookgoogleiw groupmcdsnctanielsennorthrop grumman

Official Airline of Advancing Justice | AAJC


rockefeller groupwalt disney companyverizonwalmart

Source:   http://advancingjustice-aajc.org/corporate-alliance

National Organization for Women (NOW) Buddies

American Express Foundation, the Baker Street Foundation, the California Endowment, the ChevronTexaco Foundation, the Community Foundation of Greater Memphis, the Fannie Mae Foundation, the Ford Foundation, the Hilton Foundation, the Jessie Smith Noyes Foundation, the Philadelphia Foundation, the New World Foundation, the New York Community Trust, the New York Times Company FoundationGeorge Soros‘s Open Society Institute, the Rockefeller Family Fund, the Shefa Fund, the Target Foundation, and the Vanguard Public Foundation.

Source:   http://www.discoverthenetworks.org/groupProfile.asp?grpid=6186

ResistAndProtest.com Buddies

  1. 32BJ SEIU : 4 events
  2. 350.org : 2 events
  3. ACA Consumer Advocacy : 2 events
  4. ACLU : 4 events
  5. AF3IRM National : 4 events
  6. AlicetheMag : 2 events
  7. Americans Against Trump : 4 events
  8. Amnesty International USA : 2 events
  9. Amnesty International USA Northeast Region : 2 events
  10. AMSA’s Education & Advocacy Fellow : 1 events
  11. Anonymous Resists : 1 events
  12. Answer Coalition : 40 events
  13. Avaaz : 1 events
  14. BAMN – Coalition to Defend Affirmative Action, Integration, and Immigrant Rights and Fight for Equality By Any Means Necessary : 3 events
  15. Berniecrats United to Resist Trump : 1 events
  16. Better Government Association : 1 events
  17. Black Women’s Blueprint : 1 events
  18. CASA : 3 events
  19. Center For American Progress Action Fund : 2 events
  20. Center for Biological Diversity : 7 events
  21. Center for Health and Gender Equity (CHANGE) : 1 events
  22. Chesapeake Climate Action Network : 2 events
  23. Civic Direct : 1 events
  24. Common Cause : 2 events
  25. CPD Action : 4 events
  26. Defending Rights & Dissent : 2 events
  27. DeFund DAPL : 1 events
  28. Detention Watch Network : 2 events
  29. Dismantlers Union : 1 events
  30. DSA of Metro Cincinnati & Northern Kentucky : 1 events
  31. DUH – Demand Universal Healthcare : 1 events
  32. Earth Church : 1 events
  33. Faith in Public Life : 3 events
  34. Folk Fights Back : 1 events
  35. Food & Water Watch : 2 events
  36. Food & Water Watch – Midwest : 1 events
  37. Fossil Fuel Divestment Student Network : 1 events
  38. Free Press : 1 events
  39. Global Deaf Muslim : 3 events
  40. Good Jobs Nation : 2 events
  41. Government Sachs : 2 events
  42. Healthcare Is Our RIGHT : 4 events
  43. Healthcare Rights Coalition : 1 events
  44. HIAS : 2 events
  45. Hip Hop Caucus : 2 events
  46. Hive Mind : 1 events
  47. IfNotNow : 6 events
  48. International League of Peoples’ Struggle – ILPS US : 2 events
  49. La Voz – Para La Comunidad – For The People Of America : 1 events
  50. LatinoJustice PRLDEF : 1 events
  51. LOK CHANTE-Lok Chante Legal Fund : 1 events
  52. Mi Familia Vota : 2 events
  53. Moms Clean Air Force : 2 events
  54. MoveOn.org : 11 events
  55. MPower Change : 2 events
  56. Muslims for Peace, Inc. : 1 events
  57. NARAL Pro-Choice America : 1 events
  58. National Center for Transgender Equality : 1 events
  59. National Lawyers Guild : 1 events
  60. National Women’s Liberation : 1 events
  61. NMU AISES : 1 events
  62. North Oakland Indivisible Team : 2 events
  63. Official Million Woman March MWM20 : 3 events
  64. Organizing for Action : 3 events
  65. Pantsuit Nation : 3 events
  66. Party for Socialism and Liberation – PSL : 2 events
  67. Peace for Iran : 2 events
  68. PEN World Voices Festival of International Literature : 1 events
  69. People For the American Way : 2 events
  70. People Power : 4 events
  71. People’s Climate Movement : 4 events
  72. Planned Parenthood South Atlantic : 1 events
  73. Planned Parenthood Votes Northwest and Hawaii : 6 events
  74. Power Shift Network : 1 events
  75. PP Great Plains Votes : 4 events
  76. Print Organize Protest : 3 events
  77. Public Citizen : 2 events
  78. Queer Palestinian Empowerment Network QPEN : 1 events
  79. Represent.Us : 1 events
  80. Resist : 1 events
  81. Sage Sisters Of Solidarity : 1 events
  82. Showing Up for Racial Justice (SURJ) : 1 events
  83. Socialist Students : 1 events
  84. Somali American National Institute : 1 events
  85. Stop the Pipelines : 1 events
  86. Take on Wall Street : 1 events
  87. The Muslim and Immigrant Coalition for Justice : 1 events
  88. Transgender Rights Movement : 1 events
  89. Tri-State Freethinkers : 2 events
  90. UltraViolet : 6 events
  91. United Farm Workers : 13 events
  92. United We Dream : 2 events
  93. V-Day : 1 events
  94. We Are One Foundation : 5 events
  95. We Belong Together : 1 events
  96. Women’s March National : 7 events
  97. Workers World Party : 1 events
  98. Working Families Party : 8 events


  1. IRR Team (Anchorage) : 1 events
  2. March On Fairbanks (Fairbanks) : 2 events
  3. Juneau’s Pathways to Prevent Violence (Juneau) : 1 events


  1. Alabama Coalition for Immigrant Justice : 2 events
  2. Alabama Rally Against Donald Trump : 2 events
  3. Sisters in Synergy : 1 events
  4. BIrmingham Indivisible (Birmingham) : 1 events
  5. Indivisible NW Alabama (Florence) : 2 events
  6. Indivisible – 5th District North Alabama (Huntsville) : 2 events


  1. Bedlam PAC : 1 events
  2. Ozark Indivisible : 4 events
  3. Democratic Party of Garland County (Hot Springs) : 7 events
  4. Be the Change Alliance AR (Little Rock) : 2 events
  5. Faulkner County Indivisible Group (Little Rock) : 1 events
  6. Indivisble Little Rock Central Arkansas (Little Rock) : 1 events


  1. Arizona Stands : 3 events
  2. Humanists of Northern Arizona : 1 events
  3. Indivisible Arizona : 3 events
  4. Indivisible AZCD5 Action Page : 2 events
  5. National Lawyers Guild – Southern Arizona Chapter : 1 events
  6. PDA Arizona : 3 events
  7. Flagstaff Freethinkers (Flagstaff) : 1 events
  8. Arizona National Organization for Women (Phoenix) : 1 events
  9. Indivisible Phoenix (Phoenix) : 4 events
  10. Organizing Radicalism: Gestalt Against Systemic Misogyny (Phoenix) : 1 events
  11. Puente Human Rights Movement (Phoenix) : 2 events
  12. Stand Up Against Hate (Phoenix) : 2 events
  13. The Desert Dissenter (Phoenix) : 5 events
  14. Women’s March Sedona (Sedona) : 1 events
  15. Sierra Vista United for Equality (Sierra Vista) : 2 events
  16. Occupy Tucson (Tucson) : 1 events
  17. Tucson Solidarity Movement (Tucson) : 1 events


  1. 350Marin : 1 events
  2. Alliance of Californians for Community Empowerment (ACCE) : 3 events
  3. CA Dream Network : 1 events
  4. California For Progress : 2 events
  5. Coalition for Humane Immigrant Rights : 2 events
  6. Cowbelles United : 2 events
  7. Defend Movement : 1 events
  8. Democratic Action Club of Chico : 1 events
  9. Democratic Socialists of America – Orange County : 1 events
  10. Democratic Women’s Club of Stanislaus County : 1 events
  11. Eco Warriors : 1 events
  12. Fight4OurHealth : 2 events
  13. Idle No More Southern California – So. Cal. : 1 events
  14. Indivisible 42 In Action : 5 events
  15. Indivisible Antelope Valley – 25UP : 1 events
  16. Indivisible CA District 32 : 1 events
  17. Indivisible East Bay : 3 events
  18. Inland Empire Resistance : 3 events
  19. Jewish Voice for Peace Bay Area : 2 events
  20. Marin County Resistance: Indivisible : 1 events
  21. North Valley Labor Federation : 1 events
  22. OFA Contra Costa : 2 events
  23. OFA-East Bay Central : 1 events
  24. Operation Veracity : 2 events
  25. Orange County Labor Federation : 1 events
  26. Our Revolution California : 1 events
  27. Our Revolution California District 10 : 1 events
  28. Planned Parenthood Advocates Pasadena and San Gabriel Valley : 1 events
  29. Planned Parenthood Central Coast Action Fund : 2 events
  30. Register Blue : 9 events
  31. Roofers Union Local 36 : 2 events
  32. SoCal 350 Climate Action : 3 events
  33. St Johns Well Child and Family Center : 1 events
  34. Standing Strong- Silicon Valley : 1 events
  35. Strike Against Gender Bay Area : 2 events
  36. Stronger Together East Bay : 2 events
  37. The Beautiful Resistance : 2 events
  38. The California Endowment : 2 events
  39. United Marin Rising : 1 events
  40. Women’s March 2017-Cal State Monterey Bay Street March : 1 events
  41. Yes on Measure Z- Protect Our Water : 1 events
  42. Young Democrats of Shasta County : 1 events
  43. Indivisible Auburn, Ca (Auburn) : 7 events
  44. The Art and Soul Center (Bakersfield) : 1 events
  45. Women’s March Bakersfield (Bakersfield) : 1 events
  46. Kala Art Institute (Berkeley) : 1 events
  47. Stirfry Seminars & Consulting… Innovative Tools for Diversity Training (Berkeley) : 2 events
  48. Together We Will- Cambria (Cambria) : 3 events
  49. Indivisible Claremont (Claremont) : 2 events
  50. Fontana Good Neighbor Coalition – FGNC (Fontana) : 2 events
  51. GROW Fontana (Fontana) : 2 events
  52. Tamejavi-PVI (Fresno) : 1 events
  53. We Are Fresno/Somos Fresno (Fresno) : 2 events
  54. OC Truth Defenders (Fullerton) : 3 events
  55. CLUE: Clergy and Laity United for Economic Justice (Los Angeles) : 1 events
  56. Divest LA (Los Angeles) : 2 events
  57. Ground Game- Los Angeles (Los Angeles) : 3 events
  58. IfNotNow LA (Los Angeles) : 1 events
  59. March And Rally Los Angeles (Los Angeles) : 21 events
  60. National Council of Jewish Women Los Angeles (Los Angeles) : 2 events
  61. Our Revolution Los Angeles (Los Angeles) : 3 events
  62. Refuse Fascism Los Angeles (Los Angeles) : 1 events
  63. South Bay Los Angeles 350 Climate Action Group (Los Angeles) : 2 events
  64. Student Action Coalition at Oxy (Los Angeles) : 1 events
  65. SWANA-LA (Los Angeles) : 1 events
  66. The Resistance – Northridge, Indivisible (Los Angeles) : 1 events
  67. UFW Foundation (Los Angeles) : 4 events
  68. We March Party (Los Angeles) : 3 events
  69. Women’s March LA Foundation (Los Angeles) : 2 events
  70. 350Merced.org (Merced) : 2 events
  71. Indivisible Monterey Bay (Monterey) : 1 events
  72. East Point Peace Academy (Oakland) : 1 events
  73. Oakland Peace Center (Oakland) : 1 events
  74. Oakland Women’s Strike Organizing Collective (Oakland) : 2 events
  75. High Desert Activists (Palmdale) : 6 events
  76. Indivisible Suffragists (Pasadena) : 4 events
  77. Pasadena Community Job Center (Pasadena) : 2 events
  78. Patterson Progressive Alliance (Patterson) : 1 events
  79. Follow the Money Coalition (Sacramento) : 2 events
  80. Indivisible Citizens of California’s 4th Congressional District (Sacramento) : 3 events
  81. National Lawyers Guild Sacramento Chapter (Sacramento) : 1 events
  82. No DAPL – Sacramento (Sacramento) : 1 events
  83. PICO California (Sacramento) : 1 events
  84. Sacramento Climate Coalition (Sacramento) : 1 events
  85. Sacramento Indivisible Regional Action Network (Sacramento) : 3 events
  86. Women’s March on Sacramento (Sacramento) : 1 events
  87. Catalina’s List (San Bernardino) : 1 events
  88. Progressive Alliance of the Inland Empire (San Bernardino) : 2 events
  89. Ground Zero Players (San Diego) : 1 events
  90. Lawyers Club of San Diego (San Diego) : 1 events
  91. Organize San Diego (San Diego) : 1 events
  92. Peace Resource Center of San Diego (San Diego) : 1 events
  93. Planned Parenthood Action Fund of the Pacific Southwest (San Diego) : 4 events
  94. San Diego Climate Mobilization Coalition (San Diego) : 1 events
  95. San Diego Protests (San Diego) : 1 events
  96. Af3irm SF/Bay Area (San Francisco) : 3 events
  97. AROC: Arab Resource & Organizing Center (San Francisco) : 2 events
  98. Bay Resistance (San Francisco) : 1 events
  99. CCSF Solidarity Committee (San Francisco) : 1 events
  100. Coalition on Homelessness (San Francisco) : 1 events
  101. Democracy Action SF (San Francisco) : 3 events
  102. Idle No More SF Bay (San Francisco) : 3 events
  103. Indivisible San Francisco (San Francisco) : 1 events
  104. NOW San Francisco (San Francisco) : 1 events
  105. Prisoner Hunger Strike Solidarity (San Francisco) : 1 events
  106. Resist SF (San Francisco) : 1 events
  107. San Francisco Rising Alliance (San Francisco) : 1 events
  108. San Francisco Senior and Disability Action (San Francisco) : 1 events
  109. SF United Against Trump (San Francisco) : 2 events
  110. Street Sheet (San Francisco) : 1 events
  111. Sunday Streets San Francisco (San Francisco) : 1 events
  112. The Resistance – San Francisco (San Francisco) : 1 events
  113. Women’s March San Francisco (San Francisco) : 1 events
  114. SV De-Bug (San Jose) : 2 events
  115. Women’s March San Jose (San Jose) : 1 events
  116. People of Faith for Justice (San Luis Obispo) : 1 events
  117. Women’s March in San Luis Obispo (San Luis Obispo) : 5 events
  118. Peace & Justice Center of Sonoma County (Santa Rosa) : 1 events
  119. Our Revolution Turlock (Turlock) : 1 events
  120. Ventura County Activists for Bernie Sanders #ClimateRevolution (Ventura) : 3 events
  121. Revoluna (Watsonville) : 1 events
  122. Indivisible Yuba-Sutter (Yuba City) : 2 events


  1. AFSC & Coloradans For Immigrant Rights : 1 events
  2. AKO Collective : 1 events
  3. Colorado Stands : 1 events
  4. Colorado Young Democrats : 2 events
  5. Emerge Colorado : 1 events
  6. Frack-Free Co : 2 events
  7. Front Range Socialist Party : 1 events
  8. Joining Vision and Action : 3 events
  9. Keep Colorado Green : 4 events
  10. One Colorado : 2 events
  11. Pikes Peak Progressives : 2 events
  12. Planned Parenthood Votes Colorado : 1 events
  13. Social Enterprise Alliance – Colorado Chapter : 3 events
  14. Together We Will Colorado : 1 events
  15. Boulder CAN (Boulder) : 1 events
  16. Earth Guardians Boulder (Boulder) : 1 events
  17. Intercambio Uniting Communities (Boulder) : 1 events
  18. Northern Colorado Dreamers United- NCDU (Boulder) : 2 events
  19. 350 Colorado Springs (Colorado Springs) : 4 events
  20. Colorado Action Network – Colorado Springs (Colorado Springs) : 6 events
  21. Colorado Springs Council for Justice (Colorado Springs) : 1 events
  22. Colorado Springs Feminists (Colorado Springs) : 2 events
  23. Colorado Springs Socialists (Colorado Springs) : 1 events
  24. Green Party of the Pikes Peak Region (Colorado Springs) : 1 events
  25. Pikes Peak Justice & Peace Commission (Colorado Springs) : 2 events
  26. Unite Colorado Springs (Colorado Springs) : 12 events
  27. Bonfils-Stanton Foundation (Denver) : 1 events
  28. Colorado Immigrant Rights Coalition (Denver) : 6 events
  29. Colorado People’s Alliance (Denver) : 1 events
  30. Colorado Rapid Response Network – Immigration (Denver) : 1 events
  31. Democratic Socialists of America: Denver (Denver) : 2 events
  32. Denver Green Party (Denver) : 2 events
  33. Denver Socialists – ISO (Denver) : 3 events
  34. Dreamers United Student Organization (Denver) : 1 events
  35. Indivisible Denver (Denver) : 3 events
  36. Indivisible Front Range Resistance (Denver) : 1 events
  37. IWW Denver-Boulder General Membership Branch (Denver) : 2 events
  38. Occupy Denver (Denver) : 1 events
  39. People’s Protection League (Denver) : 1 events
  40. Together Colorado (Denver) : 2 events
  41. Food & Water Watch Fort Collins (Fort Collins) : 1 events
  42. Fort Collins for Progress (Fort Collins) : 2 events
  43. Grand Valley Activist Events (Grand Junction) : 1 events
  44. Sierra Club – Sangre de Cristo Group (Pueblo) : 1 events


  1. Connecticut Immigrant Rights Alliance – CIRA : 2 events
  2. CT Students for a Dream : 3 events
  3. CT Working Families Party : 2 events
  4. CTCORE-Organize Now : 1 events
  5. League of Women Voters of Northeastern Connecticut : 1 events
  6. Planned Parenthood Votes! Connecticut : 2 events
  7. Socialist Action CT : 2 events
  8. Triangle Community Center : 1 events
  9. Women’s March CT – We March On : 15 events
  10. Make the Road CT (Bridgeport) : 10 events
  11. Danbury Area Justice Network (Danbury) : 1 events
  12. CCAG – Connecticut Citizen Action Group (Hartford) : 1 events
  13. NARAL Pro-Choice Connecticut (Hartford) : 1 events
  14. Our Revolution-CT Team (Hartford) : 1 events
  15. Fairfield Standing United (New Haven) : 1 events
  16. Connecticut College Division of Institutional Equity & Inclusion (New London) : 1 events
  17. Connecticut 5th District Progressives (Torrington) : 1 events

District of Columbia

  1. 350 DC (Washington) : 7 events
  2. AFGE LOCAL 1410 (Washington) : 1 events
  3. Black Lives Matter DC (Washington) : 1 events
  4. D.C. ReInvest Coalition (Washington) : 3 events
  5. DC Fights Back (Washington) : 1 events
  6. DC Immigrant Organizing Center (Washington) : 2 events
  7. DC Justice for Muslims Coalition (Washington) : 3 events
  8. DC Local Ambassadors (Washington) : 1 events
  9. DC Public Library (Washington) : 2 events
  10. DC Resistance Coalition (Washington) : 1 events
  11. DMV Sanctuary Congregation Network (Washington) : 1 events
  12. Friends Meeting of Washington (Washington) : 1 events
  13. Herd on the Hill (Washington) : 1 events
  14. IfNotNow DC (Washington) : 1 events
  15. Love Flies High (Washington) : 1 events
  16. Many Languages One Voice (Washington) : 4 events
  17. Metro D.C. Democratic Socialists of America (Washington) : 3 events
  18. NARAL Pro-Choice Washington (Washington) : 2 events
  19. No Justice No Pride (Washington) : 1 events
  20. NYAToday (Washington) : 2 events
  21. Organizing for Justice (Washington) : 2 events
  22. Pantsuit District (Washington) : 1 events
  23. Planned Parenthood of Metropolitan Washington – PPMW (Washington) : 1 events
  24. Planned Parenthood of Metropolitan Washington Action Fund (Washington) : 3 events
  25. Resist DC (Washington) : 1 events
  26. Rising Hearts (Washington) : 8 events
  27. Sanctuary DMV (Washington) : 1 events
  28. Showing Up for Racial Justice – SURJ – DC (Washington) : 4 events
  29. Socialist Alternative DMV (Washington) : 2 events
  30. Sunrise Movement – DC Hub (Washington) : 1 events
  31. The Ascent of the Resistance (Washington) : 2 events
  32. The Women’s March on Washington – District of Columbia (Washington) : 4 events
  33. Triumph over Trump – Events to Protest Donald Trump. (Washington) : 1 events
  34. Woman’s National Democratic Club (Washington) : 1 events
  35. Women’s Fightback Network Maryland/D.C. (Washington) : 2 events



  1. ACLU of Florida : 4 events
  2. Broward Young Black Progressives : 1 events
  3. CAIR Florida : 2 events
  4. Coquina Coast Democratic Progressive Caucus : 1 events
  5. Escambia County Democratic Women’s Club : 4 events
  6. Escambia Democratic Party : 5 events
  7. FACT – Floridians Against Corruption and Treason : 1 events
  8. Fight for 15 Florida : 1 events
  9. FL Panhandle Progressives : 1 events
  10. FL Panhandle Progressives Volunteer Central : 1 events
  11. Florida Immigrant Coalition : 4 events
  12. Indivisible East Hillsborough : 2 events
  13. Indivisible Flagler : 1 events
  14. Indivisible Floridian Unity : 3 events
  15. Indivisible Volusia : 1 events
  16. Martin County Democrats : 4 events
  17. Organize Florida : 8 events
  18. Our Revolution – West Pasco : 1 events
  19. PDA Palm Beach County : 1 events
  20. People’s Opposition to War, Imperialism, and Racism : 2 events
  21. Pinellas For Progress : 1 events
  22. Planned Parenthood of South, East and North Florida : 3 events
  23. Progressives – NW Florida : 1 events
  24. Project Rise Up: Action Network : 3 events
  25. Project Rise Up: Activism Network : 2 events
  26. RiseUp Florida : 1 events
  27. SEIU Florida : 6 events
  28. South Florida Activism : 8 events
  29. Speak Out Brevard – Info : 7 events
  30. Students Working for Equal Rights : 1 events
  31. The New Florida Majority : 1 events
  32. The People’s Freedom Defenders Of SWFL : 2 events
  33. The Pride Center : 1 events
  34. Village Voices : 1 events
  35. We the People : 1 events
  36. Womans March – Racial Equality & Social Justice – Central Florida : 1 events
  37. Women’s March – Florida Chapter : 3 events
  38. Women’s March Florida Chapter- Pinellas : 8 events
  39. Women’s March Florida Miami-Dade Chapter : 5 events
  40. Women’s March Florida- Broward Chapter : 7 events
  41. Women’s March Florida- West Palm Beach Chapter : 9 events
  42. Women’s March Florida- St. Augustine Chapter (Augusta) : 1 events
  43. Indivisible Daytona (Daytona Beach) : 2 events
  44. Our Revolution: Volusia County (DeLand) : 1 events
  45. Action Together Florida (Doral) : 1 events
  46. Broward For Progress (Doral) : 7 events
  47. People’s Progressive Caucus of Miami-Dade (Doral) : 1 events
  48. Indivisible South Florida (Ft. Lauderdale) : 2 events
  49. The Treble with Resistance (Fort Pierce) : 1 events
  50. Indivisible Gainesville (Gainesville) : 3 events
  51. National Women’s Liberation-Gainesville Chapter (Gainesville) : 3 events
  52. Greenpeace Jacksonville (Jacksonville) : 1 events
  53. Indivisible NE Florida (Jacksonville) : 1 events
  54. Jacksonville Young Democrats (Jacksonville) : 1 events
  55. NE FL Democratic Progressive Caucus (Jacksonville) : 1 events
  56. Women’s March Florida-Florida Keys Chapter (Key West) : 3 events
  57. Middle Keys Democrats (Marathon) : 1 events
  58. Brevard Chapter of the ACLU of Florida (Melbourne) : 2 events
  59. Alliance for Response- Miami (Miami) : 1 events
  60. Engage Miami (Miami) : 1 events
  61. Indivisible Miami (Miami) : 1 events
  62. League of Women Voters of Miami-Dade County (Miami) : 1 events
  63. YWCA-Miami (Miami) : 1 events
  64. Collier Freedom Movement (Naples) : 2 events
  65. Commoncentsocala (Ocala) : 1 events
  66. Democracy for America (DFA) Palm Beach County (Palm Beach) : 1 events
  67. Palm Beach County Democratic Party (Palm Beach) : 1 events
  68. United Against TRUMP PENCE (Palm Beach) : 3 events
  69. Bay Indivisible (Panama City) : 1 events
  70. 350 Pensacola (Pensacola) : 3 events
  71. Earth Day Pensacola (Pensacola) : 1 events
  72. Womens March Florida-Treasure Coast Chapter (Port St Lucie) : 1 events
  73. Stand Up Fight Back SRQ (Sarasota) : 2 events
  74. Highlands County Democrats (Sebring) : 1 events
  75. St. Pete Women’s Collective (St. Petersburg) : 1 events
  76. ACLU Tallahassee (Tallahassee) : 1 events
  77. FSU Students for Justice in Palestine (Tallahassee) : 2 events
  78. Surfrider Foundation Florida Chapter Network (Tallahassee) : 1 events
  79. Tallahassee SDS (Tallahassee) : 1 events
  80. Women’s March Florida Tallahassee/Panhandle Chapter (Tallahassee) : 5 events
  81. Organize Florida – Tampa Bay (Tampa) : 1 events
  82. Organize Tampa (Tampa) : 1 events
  83. Tampa Bay Sierra Club (Tampa) : 1 events
  84. Women’s March Florida Tampa/Hillsborough Chapter (Tampa) : 2 events
  85. Peace, Justice, Sustainability Florida (West Palm Beach) : 1 events


  1. Georgia Alliance for Social Justice : 6 events
  2. Indivisible Lumpkin : 2 events
  3. Athens for Everyone (Athens) : 1 events
  4. Dignidad Inmigrante En Athens (Athens) : 1 events
  5. Atlanta Jobs with Justice (Atlanta) : 2 events
  6. Grassroots Activists of Atlanta (Atlanta) : 2 events
  7. SURJ Atlanta: Showing Up for Racial Justice (Atlanta) : 1 events
  8. Indivisible Columbus, Ga (Columbus) : 1 events
  9. Emergent Savannah (Savannah) : 5 events
  10. Our Revolution – Savannah (Savannah) : 1 events
  11. Savannah Stands With Standing Rock (Savannah) : 1 events
  12. Step Up Savannah (Savannah) : 1 events


  1. North Hawaii Action Network : 1 events
  2. Healthcare For All Hawaii (Honolulu) : 1 events
  3. Women’s March – Hawaii State Page (Honolulu) : 1 events


  1. Action Iowa : 5 events
  2. Americans for Democratic Action Iowa : 5 events
  3. Bold Iowa : 1 events
  4. Indivisible – Iowa 3rd Congressional : 2 events
  5. Iowa 4th District Green Party : 1 events
  6. Iowa CCI Action Fund : 1 events
  7. Iowa Citizens for Community Improvement : 3 events
  8. Iowa: Fight for 15 : 1 events
  9. March For Science Iowa : 2 events
  10. Monsoon United Asian Women : 1 events
  11. Planned Parenthood of the Heartland : 4 events
  12. Planned Parenthood Voters of Iowa : 4 events
  13. Rise Iowa : 1 events
  14. SEIU IOWA – UIHC Chapter : 1 events
  15. Where Do We Go From Here? : 4 events
  16. Why Courts Matter Iowa : 1 events
  17. Women’s March Iowa : 4 events
  18. Action Iowa – Des Moines Chapter (Des Moines) : 1 events
  19. One Iowa (Des Moines) : 1 events
  20. Student Advocates for Planned Parenthood (Iowa City) : 1 events
  21. Iowa Student Learning Institute (Waukee) : 1 events


  1. United Vision for Idaho (Boise) : 2 events


  1. 350Kishwaukee : 1 events
  2. Action for a Better Tomorrow : 14 events
  3. AFSCME Council 31 : 1 events
  4. Coles for Science : 1 events
  5. Districts 6 and 14 Missing MoC : 2 events
  6. Fox Valley Action for Justice — Illinois : 1 events
  7. Friends Who March : 9 events
  8. Heartland Alliance’s National Immigrant Justice Center : 1 events
  9. IL – 13th Congressional District Constituents : 2 events
  10. IL 14 UNITED : 1 events
  11. Illinois Women Moving Forward : 1 events
  12. Illinois Working Together : 1 events
  13. Indivisible DuPage : 3 events
  14. Indivisible Fox Valley Illinois : 2 events
  15. Indivisible IL 12th : 1 events
  16. Indivisible Illinois : 16 events
  17. Indivisible Illinois Congressional District 14 : 1 events
  18. Protect Our Care Illinois : 2 events
  19. SEIU Healthcare Illinois & Indiana : 1 events
  20. She Votes Illinois : 1 events
  21. The Coalition for a Better Illinois 6th : 2 events
  22. We Can Lead Change – Fox Valley : 1 events
  23. What we should know : 1 events
  24. Women in Action for Progress -WIP : 1 events
  25. Women’s March – Illinois : 3 events
  26. Women’s March Illinois: Carbondale (Carbondale) : 1 events
  27. 40th Ward Alliance (Chicago) : 1 events
  28. Answer Chicago (Chicago) : 4 events
  29. Arab American Action Network (Chicago) : 1 events
  30. Chicago Action Alliance (Chicago) : 1 events
  31. Chicago Federation of Labor (Chicago) : 2 events
  32. Chicago Group of the Sierra Club (Chicago) : 1 events
  33. Chicago Jobs with Justice (Chicago) : 1 events
  34. Chicago Latino Collective (Chicago) : 1 events
  35. Chicago Movement For The 99% (Chicago) : 2 events
  36. Chicago Printmakers Collaborative (Chicago) : 1 events
  37. Chicago Socialist Alternative (Chicago) : 4 events
  38. Chicago Socialist Party (Chicago) : 2 events
  39. Chicago Socialist Students (Chicago) : 1 events
  40. Chicago Students Union (Chicago) : 1 events
  41. Degenerate Artists Against Fascism (Chicago) : 2 events
  42. Equality Illinois (Chicago) : 1 events
  43. Illinois Single Payer Coalition (Chicago) : 3 events
  44. Indivisible 123GO (Chicago) : 3 events
  45. Indivisible Chicago (Chicago) : 4 events
  46. Indivisible Chicago-South Side (Chicago) : 1 events
  47. Indivisible IL-5 Chicago North-Northwest Side (Chicago) : 1 events
  48. Kane County Revolution (Chicago) : 2 events
  49. Mishkan Chicago (Chicago) : 1 events
  50. Muslims Organize (Chicago) : 1 events
  51. National Lawyers Guild of Chicago (Chicago) : 1 events
  52. ONE Northside (Chicago) : 1 events
  53. Pilsen Alliance (Chicago) : 3 events
  54. Refuse Fascism Chicago (Chicago) : 3 events
  55. Resist Reimagine Rebuild Chicago (Chicago) : 1 events
  56. Resist Trump Tuesdays Chicago (Chicago) : 4 events
  57. Shitshow (Chicago) : 1 events
  58. Sousaphones Against Hate (Chicago) : 2 events
  59. LWV of the Elgin Area (Elgin) : 1 events
  60. Southwest Suburban Activists (Frankfort) : 1 events
  61. March On: Indivisible Knox County (Galesburg) : 2 events
  62. ABT – Northern Suburbs Events (Highland Park) : 2 events
  63. IL-16 Progressives (Loves Park) : 1 events
  64. Peoria Healthcare Coalition (Peoria) : 2 events
  65. Indivisible Springfield (Springfield) : 2 events
  66. Organizing for Action-Springfield (Springfield) : 6 events


  1. AFSC Indiana Peacebuilding : 2 events
  2. Common Cause Indiana : 2 events
  3. Hamilton County #Resist : 1 events
  4. Hoosiers For Action : 2 events
  5. Indiana Coalition for Public Education-Monroe County : 1 events
  6. Indiana Forest Alliance : 1 events
  7. Indivisible Indiana District 2 – Public Page : 1 events
  8. Muslim Alliance of Indiana : 1 events
  9. NWI Resistance : 3 events
  10. Progressive Indiana Network : 1 events
  11. SEIU Healthcare Illinois & Indiana : 1 events
  12. Working Class Indiana : 1 events
  13. Democracy for Monroe County (DFMC) (Bloomington) : 1 events
  14. Our Revolution – Evansville (Evansville) : 2 events
  15. DONT SLEEP (Indianapolis) : 1 events
  16. Indivisible Indianapolis (Indianapolis) : 1 events
  17. League of Women Voters of Indianapolis (Indianapolis) : 1 events
  18. NoDakotaAccessIndy (Indianapolis) : 1 events
  19. IUSB American Democracy Project (South Bend) : 1 events
  20. South Bend Equality (South Bend) : 1 events
  21. Blue Valpo (Valparaiso) : 1 events
  22. Valparaiso Democratic Committee (Valparaiso) : 1 events


  1. ACLU of Kansas : 2 events
  2. CAIR-Kansas : 1 events
  3. Groundswell Kansas : 1 events
  4. Kansas Interfaith Action : 1 events
  5. MainStream Coalition : 3 events
  6. Rainbow Road : 1 events
  7. True Blue Women : 1 events
  8. Trust Women : 1 events
  9. The Resistance LFK (Lawrence) : 1 events
  10. Capital City-Topeka NOW (National Organization for Women) (Topeka) : 1 events
  11. Kansas People’s Agenda (Topeka) : 2 events


  1. Advocacy Action Network : 1 events
  2. Earth Church : 1 events
  3. Empty Suits KY : 1 events
  4. Indivisible KY : 1 events
  5. Indivisible NKY District 4 : 2 events
  6. Kentucky Democratic Party : 1 events
  7. Kentucky National Organization for Women : 3 events
  8. NKY Unites : 1 events
  9. Our Revolution Central Kentucky : 5 events
  10. Together We Will Bluegrass : 2 events
  11. Unity For A Diverse Appalachia : 1 events
  12. Indivisible Oldham County (Crestwood) : 1 events
  13. Indivisible Bluegrass (Lexington) : 6 events
  14. Lexington Fairness (Lexington) : 1 events
  15. NKY Chapter of Kentuckians for the Commonwealth (Lexington) : 1 events
  16. Black Lives Matter Louisville (Louisville) : 1 events
  17. Fairness Campaign (Louisville) : 1 events
  18. Kentuckiana Pride Foundation (Louisville) : 1 events
  19. LGBTQ+ Community Coalition (Louisville) : 1 events
  20. Louisville Metro Democratic Club (Louisville) : 3 events
  21. Louisville SURJ – (Showing Up for Racial Justice) (Louisville) : 3 events
  22. Louisville Youth Group (Louisville) : 1 events
  23. Parents for Social Justice (Louisville) : 1 events
  24. Stand Up Sunday- Stand Up Louisville (Louisville) : 2 events


  1. North Louisiana Activism Network /Shreveport-Bossier Indivisible : 1 events
  2. 504HealthNet (New Orleans) : 1 events
  3. Indivisible NOLA (New Orleans) : 3 events
  4. Keep Louisiana Covered (New Orleans) : 1 events
  5. Nasty Women Nola (New Orleans) : 1 events
  6. New Orleans Palestinian Solidarity Committee (New Orleans) : 1 events
  7. Our Revolution – New Orleans (New Orleans) : 3 events


  1. Action Together North Shore, MA : 1 events
  2. CAIR Massachusetts : 1 events
  3. Indivisible Noho : 1 events
  4. Interfaith Sanctuary and Solidarity Network of Western Mass : 1 events
  5. Mass Action Against Police Brutality : 1 events
  6. Massachusetts Education Justice Alliance : 1 events
  7. National Lawyers Guild – Massachusetts Chapter : 1 events
  8. New England Independence Campaign : 2 events
  9. Pioneer Valley Women’s March : 2 events
  10. Amnesty International Group 151, Boston (Boston) : 5 events
  11. Boston Against the Trump Agenda (Boston) : 1 events
  12. Boston May Day Coalition (Boston) : 1 events
  13. Boston People’s Climate Movement (Boston) : 1 events
  14. Boston Socialist Alternative (Boston) : 1 events
  15. Community Labor United (Boston) : 1 events
  16. Indivisible MA District 5 (Boston) : 1 events
  17. Medicine Wheel Solidarity Network (Boston) : 1 events
  18. SEIU 509 (Boston) : 1 events
  19. The Activist (Boston) : 1 events
  20. The Real News (Boston) : 1 events
  21. Anti-Islamophobia Network (Cambridge) : 1 events
  22. Black Lives Matter Cambridge (Cambridge) : 1 events
  23. Harvard Islamic Society (Cambridge) : 1 events
  24. Facing Our Future (Gloucester) : 2 events
  25. Sojourner Truth School for Social Change Leadership (Holyoke) : 1 events
  26. Solidarity Lowell (Lowell) : 2 events
  27. Rise Up Western Mass Indivisible (Northampton) : 1 events
  28. Lower Cape Indivisible (Provincetown) : 2 events
  29. Salem No Place for Hate Committee (Salem) : 2 events
  30. Mezcla – Wellesley College (Wellesley) : 1 events
  31. Raíz at Wellesley (Wellesley) : 1 events
  32. Epoca (Worcester) : 2 events
  33. SURJ Worcester – Showing Up for Racial Justice (Worcester) : 1 events
  34. Worcester Community-Labor Coalition (Worcester) : 1 events


  1. AA County Progressive Maryland : 1 events
  2. Action Not Anger : 1 events
  3. Anne Arundel County Democratic Women : 1 events
  4. Baltimore County Green Party : 1 events
  5. Do The Most Good – Montgomery County : 2 events
  6. Indivisible in Kent & Queen Anne’s Counties MD : 1 events
  7. Indivisible Moco : 3 events
  8. March On Maryland : 1 events
  9. Maryland Democratic Party : 1 events
  10. Maryland Working Families : 8 events
  11. Montgomery County Civil Rights Coalition : 2 events
  12. Nonprofit Montgomery : 1 events
  13. Represent.Maryland : 2 events
  14. Solidarity Maryland : 1 events
  15. United Democrats of Washington County, MD : 1 events
  16. Climate Stewards of Greater Annapolis (Annapolis) : 1 events
  17. Baltimore Resist Trump Tuesdays (Baltimore) : 1 events
  18. Church of the Guardian Angel (Baltimore) : 1 events
  19. Jews United for Justice – Baltimore (Baltimore) : 1 events
  20. Loyola University Maryland (Baltimore) : 1 events
  21. Native American LifeLines of Baltimore (Baltimore) : 1 events
  22. Peoples Power Assembly (Baltimore) : 1 events
  23. Workers World Party – Baltimore (Baltimore) : 3 events
  24. Takoma Park Mobilization (Takoma Park) : 4 events


  1. 350 Midcoast Maine : 1 events
  2. Maine AFL-CIO : 2 events
  3. Maine Conservation Voters : 7 events
  4. Maine People’s Alliance : 7 events
  5. Maine Public Health Association : 1 events
  6. Mainers for Accountable Leadership : 8 events
  7. Natural Resources Council of Maine : 2 events
  8. OFA – Maine : 7 events
  9. Planned Parenthood Maine Action Fund : 2 events


  1. Citizens’ Climate Lobby, Michigan : 1 events
  2. Count MI Vote : 29 events
  3. Equality Michigan : 1 events
  4. Indivisible Advocates for Humanity Oceana/Mason : 3 events
  5. Indivisible Livingston County Michigan : 1 events
  6. Indivisible MI 7th District : 2 events
  7. Indivisible Michigan- District 8 : 3 events
  8. Indivisible West Michigan : 1 events
  9. Interfaith Council for Peace & Justice : 8 events
  10. Michigan Council on Crime and Delinquency : 4 events
  11. Michigan Emergency Committee Against War & Injustice (MECAWI) : 1 events
  12. Michigan Equal Pay Coalition : 1 events
  13. Michigan For Choice : 4 events
  14. Michigan League for Public Policy : 4 events
  15. Michigan People’s Campaign : 7 events
  16. Michigan Peoples Defense Network – MPDN : 3 events
  17. Michigan Student Power Network : 1 events
  18. Michigan United : 10 events
  19. Michigan Universal Health Care Access Network – MICHUHCAN : 1 events
  20. Michigan’s Third Democratic Congressional District : 5 events
  21. Moratorium NOW! Coalition : 2 events
  22. MoveOn SW Michigan : 1 events
  23. National Lawyers Guild Detroit & Michigan Chapter : 1 events
  24. Oakland County For Revolution : 6 events
  25. One Michigan Alliance : 4 events
  26. Organize West Michigan : 3 events
  27. Our Revolution-Michigan : 3 events
  28. Planned Parenthood Advocates of Michigan : 14 events
  29. Progress Michigan : 5 events
  30. Stonewall for Revolution : 1 events
  31. SW Michigan Rising Up : 3 events
  32. Taking Back Orange : 8 events
  33. The Persistence : 2 events
  34. The Progressive Caucus of Mid Michigan : 3 events
  35. Trump’s 100 Days: Planning our Community Response : 1 events
  36. Voters – Not Politicians : 35 events
  37. Women’s March Michigan : 15 events
  38. Women’s March on Washington-Southeast Michigan : 1 events
  39. Workers’ Center of West Mi./Centro de Trabajadores del Oeste de Mi : 1 events
  40. People for Social Justice (Alpena) : 1 events
  41. Ann Arbor For Revolution (Ann Arbor) : 1 events
  42. Ann Arbor Indivisible (Ann Arbor) : 2 events
  43. Huron Valley Democratic Socialists of America (Ann Arbor) : 3 events
  44. Immigration Action Coalition of UUAA (Ann Arbor) : 1 events
  45. Indivisible MI-12th (Ann Arbor) : 2 events
  46. League of Women Voters of the Ann Arbor Area (Ann Arbor) : 2 events
  47. May Day Collective (Ann Arbor) : 3 events
  48. Michigan United Washtenaw County (Ann Arbor) : 4 events
  49. Solidarity & Defense (Ann Arbor) : 3 events
  50. Solidarity & Defense, Huron Valley (Ann Arbor) : 3 events
  51. Stop Trump Ann Arbor (Ann Arbor) : 14 events
  52. Students4Justice at the University of Michigan (Ann Arbor) : 1 events
  53. Tricon Solidarity Network (Ann Arbor) : 1 events
  54. We The People of Ypsilanti/Ann Arbor (Ann Arbor) : 1 events
  55. Rahma Relief Foundation (Beverly Hills) : 2 events
  56. Birmingham-Bloomfield Democratic Club (Bloomfield Hills) : 1 events
  57. Indigenous Rights Alliance (Dearborn) : 1 events
  58. TAKE ON HATE (Dearborn) : 2 events
  59. ACLU of Michigan (Detroit) : 5 events
  60. Bill Cobbs For Governor 2018 (Detroit) : 1 events
  61. Congress of Communities (Detroit) : 1 events
  62. Detroit Area Peace with Justice Network (DAPJN) (Detroit) : 2 events
  63. Detroit Food Not Bombs (Detroit) : 2 events
  64. Detroit Interfaith Outreach Network (Detroit) : 1 events
  65. Detroit IWW GMB (Detroit) : 1 events
  66. Detroit Resistance (Detroit) : 1 events
  67. Food & Water Watch – Michigan (Detroit) : 3 events
  68. Hollaback Detroit (Detroit) : 1 events
  69. Malcolm X Grassroots Movement – Detroit (Detroit) : 1 events
  70. Metro-Detroit Political Action Network (Detroit) : 20 events
  71. Michigan Abolition Alliance (Detroit) : 1 events
  72. Occupy Detroit (Detroit) : 1 events
  73. Official Million Woman March MWM20 Michigan (Detroit) : 1 events
  74. One Michigan For Immigrant Rights (Detroit) : 1 events
  75. Refuse Fascism – Detroit Area (Detroit) : 1 events
  76. Reparations Labor Union (Detroit) : 6 events
  77. Rooted in The D (Detroit) : 1 events
  78. United Precinct Delegates (Detroit) : 4 events
  79. Women Organize Michigan (Detroit) : 3 events
  80. Workers World Party – Michigan (Detroit) : 2 events
  81. Indivisible Michigan – District 11 (Farmington) : 5 events
  82. HAVEN (Ferndale) : 1 events
  83. State Representative Robert Wittenberg (Ferndale) : 1 events
  84. Genesee County Democratic Party (Flint) : 2 events
  85. Fountain Street Church (Grand Rapids) : 3 events
  86. Grand Rapids MI Democratic Socialists of America (Grand Rapids) : 1 events
  87. Grand Rapids United Progressives (Grand Rapids) : 2 events
  88. Movimiento Cosecha GR (Grand Rapids) : 3 events
  89. WE GP (Grosse Pointe) : 1 events
  90. Huntington Woods Peace, Citizenship & Education Project (Huntington Woods) : 2 events
  91. No Space For Hate (Huntington Woods) : 4 events
  92. Jackson Progressives (Jackson) : 1 events
  93. Empowered Kalamazoo (Kalamazoo) : 1 events
  94. Indivisible Kalamazoo (Kalamazoo) : 2 events
  95. Kalamazoo Nonviolent Opponents of War – KNOW (Kalamazoo) : 1 events
  96. ProKzoo (Kalamazoo) : 9 events
  97. Black Lives Matter Lansing (Lansing) : 1 events
  98. Greater Lansing Democratic Socialists of America (Lansing) : 1 events
  99. Green Party of Michigan US (Lansing) : 2 events
  100. Interrupt (Lansing) : 1 events
  101. Lansing For Revolution (Lansing) : 1 events
  102. Michigan for Revolution (Lansing) : 9 events
  103. PDA Lansing (Lansing) : 1 events
  104. Represent.Us Lansing (Lansing) : 2 events
  105. Downriver for Revolution (Lincoln Park) : 1 events
  106. Michigan Unitarian Universalist Social Justice Network (Royal Oak) : 1 events
  107. Mothering Justice (Royal Oak) : 1 events
  108. TC 350 (Traverse City) : 1 events
  109. Campus Antifascist Network – UMich (Ypsilanti) : 2 events
  110. Good News for Michigan (Ypsilanti) : 1 events
  111. NOW Washtenaw County Chapter (Ypsilanti) : 1 events
  112. Ypsilanti IWW (Ypsilanti) : 1 events


  1. Education Minnesota : 1 events
  2. iMatter Youth : 2 events
  3. Indivisible North Metro – Public : 1 events
  4. Justice City Coalition : 1 events
  5. MAS-Minnesota – Muslim American Society of Minnesota : 1 events
  6. Minnesota Environmental Partnership : 1 events
  7. Minnesota Indian Women’s Sexual Assault Coalition : 1 events
  8. Minnesota Interfaith Power & Light : 2 events
  9. Minnesota Peace Action Coalition : 2 events
  10. Minnesota Protests : 3 events
  11. Minnesotans Against Islamophobia : 1 events
  12. MN350: Building a Climate Movement in Minnesota : 6 events
  13. NARAL Pro-Choice Minnesota : 1 events
  14. National Lawyers Guild Minnesota : 1 events
  15. People’s Justice Coalition : 2 events
  16. Planned Parenthood Minnesota Advocate : 2 events
  17. Resist from Day One Coalition MN : 2 events
  18. SEIU MN State Council : 1 events
  19. Sierra Club North Star Chapter : 1 events
  20. Twin Cities Pride : 1 events
  21. Indivisible Bemidji (Bemidji) : 2 events
  22. Indivisible Mankato (Mankato) : 1 events
  23. Anti-War Committee (Minneapolis) : 4 events
  24. Climate Generation: A Will Steger Legacy (Minneapolis) : 1 events
  25. Freedom Road Socialist Organization (Minneapolis) : 2 events
  26. Overcoming Racism (Minneapolis) : 1 events
  27. Pretty Shrew Productions (Minneapolis) : 1 events
  28. The Boen Law Office (Minneapolis) : 1 events
  29. Women’s March Minnesota (Minneapolis) : 2 events
  30. Indivisible CD3 (Rogers) : 3 events
  31. Women’s Initiative for Self Empowerment – WISE (St Paul) : 8 events
  32. Turtle Island Student Organization – TISO (Winona) : 1 events


  1. Franklin County Women’s Advocacy Group : 1 events
  2. Green Alliance of Southwest Missouri : 2 events
  3. Missouri Health Care for All : 1 events
  4. Missouri NAACP State Conference : 2 events
  5. NARAL Pro Choice Missouri : 1 events
  6. Southwest Missouri Democrats : 1 events
  7. Stand and Resist: Howell County : 1 events
  8. Take Action Now : 1 events
  9. CoMo for Progress (Columbia) : 7 events
  10. Peaceworks (Columbia) : 1 events
  11. Protectors of Water and Land- Columbia, MO (Columbia) : 1 events
  12. Caring for KC (Kansas City) : 1 events
  13. Indivisible KC (Kansas City) : 11 events
  14. Indivisible KC – MO5 (Kansas City) : 1 events
  15. Indivisible Kc-Mo6 (Kansas City) : 1 events
  16. Progressive Youth Organization – KC (Kansas City) : 3 events
  17. Stand Up KC (Kansas City) : 2 events
  18. SURJ KC (Kansas City) : 2 events
  19. The People Vs. The President of the United States (Kansas City) : 2 events
  20. United We Stand KC (Kansas City) : 2 events
  21. Persisterhood of Saint Joseph, Missouri (St. Joseph) : 1 events
  22. Indivisible St. Louis (St. Louis) : 2 events
  23. National Lawyers Guild – St. Louis Chapter (St. Louis) : 2 events
  24. Socialist Alternative St. Louis (St. Louis) : 3 events
  25. STLSolidarity (St. Louis) : 1 events


  1. Forrest Lamar Federation of Democratic Women : 1 events
  2. Indivisible Mississippi : 1 events
  3. Mississippi in Action : 1 events
  4. Mississippi Reproductive Freedom Fund : 1 events
  5. Mississippi Rising Coalition : 1 events
  6. OFA – Mississippi : 1 events
  7. South Mississippi Indivisible : 2 events
  8. Greenville Community (Greenville) : 1 events
  9. Indivisible Jackson Metro (Jackson) : 2 events
  10. OFA Mississippi-Jackson (Jackson) : 4 events
  11. ACLU of Mississippi (Jackson) : 2 events
  12. Bottletree Studios (Jackson) : 1 events


  1. Planned Parenthood of Montana : 2 events
  2. Glacier Climate Action (Glacier National Park) : 1 events
  3. March On, Montana (Women’s March) (Helena) : 1 events

North Carolina

  1. Burke County Democratic Party : 1 events
  2. Equality NC : 1 events
  3. Indivisible Piedmont NC : 4 events
  4. NC AIDS Action Network : 1 events
  5. NC Women United : 1 events
  6. North Carolina NAACP : 2 events
  7. Political engagement : 2 events
  8. Progress North Carolina Action : 3 events
  9. Progressive Nation WNC : 1 events
  10. RISE Together NC : 2 events
  11. RISE Together Piedmont Triad : 1 events
  12. Si a las Licencias NC : 2 events
  13. Stronger North Carolina : 11 events
  14. U.S. Committee for Refugees and Immigrants USCRI NC : 1 events
  15. Young Democrats of Wake County : 1 events
  16. The Party for Socialism and Liberation – Asheville (Asheville) : 2 events
  17. Women’s March on Asheville (Asheville) : 1 events
  18. Boone Rising (Boone) : 1 events
  19. Charlotte Against Hate (Charlotte) : 2 events
  20. Charlotte Humans (Charlotte) : 1 events
  21. Comunidad Colectiva (Charlotte) : 4 events
  22. Protecting Progress in Durham (Durham) : 1 events
  23. NENC Progressives (Elizabeth City) : 2 events
  24. Food Not Bombs Mooresville (Mooresville) : 1 events
  25. Community Voices Heard (New York) : 1 events
  26. AFARaleigh (Raleigh) : 1 events
  27. Moms Demand Action – NC (Raleigh) : 1 events
  28. Women’s March on Raleigh (Raleigh) : 1 events
  29. Sanctuary City Coalition Winston-Salem (Winston-Salem) : 4 events

North Dakota

  1. Indivisible Fargo-Moorhead : 1 events
  2. NARAL Pro-Choice South Dakota : 1 events
  3. Planned Parenthood North Dakota Advocate : 6 events


  1. Bold Nebraska : 3 events
  2. Douglas County Democrats : 1 events
  3. Nebraska Democratic Party : 7 events
  4. Nebraska IWW : 2 events
  5. Indivisible Lincoln (Lincoln) : 3 events
  6. Indivisible Omaha (Omaha) : 2 events
  7. Nebraska Grassroots Progressives (Omaha) : 3 events
  8. Omaha GDC (Omaha) : 3 events

New Hampshire

  1. America 2.0 : 1 events
  2. Carroll County Democrats of N.H. : 3 events
  3. NH Democratic Socialists – NH DSA : 2 events
  4. NH for Humanity : 1 events
  5. NH Rebellion : 2 events
  6. Occupy New Hampshire Seacoast : 2 events

New Jersey

  1. Bergen County Concerned Citizens : 1 events
  2. Blue Wave NJ : 1 events
  3. Burlington County Young Democrats : 2 events
  4. Faith in New Jersey : 2 events
  5. Hudson Civic Action : 2 events
  6. Indivisible Central NJ : 1 events
  7. Jersey Justice Action Network : 1 events
  8. Morris Township Dems : 1 events
  9. National Lawyers Guild – New Jersey Chapter : 2 events
  10. New Jersey Alliance for Immigrant Justice : 2 events
  11. New Jersey Citizen Action : 3 events
  12. New Jersey Working Families Alliance : 6 events
  13. New Labor : 3 events
  14. NJ 11th For Change : 9 events
  15. People for a Society Working for All : 2 events
  16. STAND CNJ : 3 events
  17. Wind of the Spirit : 6 events
  18. Glen Rock After the March (Glen Rock) : 1 events
  19. Metuchen Marchers in Solidarity – New Jersey (Metuchen) : 2 events
  20. Silk City Socialists (Paterson) : 1 events
  21. Soma Action (South Orange) : 1 events
  22. Make The Road New Jersey (Westfield) : 2 events

New Mexico

  1. Our Revolution New Mexico : 1 events
  2. Power Through Peace : 1 events
  3. The Red Nation : 1 events
  4. ATF – Albuquerque Teachers Federation (Albuquerque) : 1 events
  5. El Centro de Igualdad (Albuquerque) : 1 events
  6. Indivisible Nob Hill (Albuquerque) : 4 events
  7. Southwest Environmental Center (Las Cruces) : 2 events
  8. Indivisible Santa Fe (Santa Fe) : 1 events


  1. Action Together Nevada : 4 events
  2. Battle Born Progress : 3 events
  3. Children’s Advocacy Alliance Nevada : 1 events
  4. Chispa Nevada : 2 events
  5. For Nevada’s Future : 5 events
  6. Get Involved Nevada : 2 events
  7. NARAL Pro-Choice Nevada : 4 events
  8. Nevada Advocates for Planned Parenthood Affiliates : 4 events
  9. Nevada AFL- CIO : 1 events
  10. Nevada Conservation League : 1 events
  11. Nevada for Healthcare-NOW : 1 events
  12. Nevada for the People : 1 events
  13. Nevada Progressive Coalition : 1 events
  14. OFA – Nevada : 3 events
  15. PLAN Action Fund : 3 events
  16. Progressive Leadership Alliance of Nevada : 9 events
  17. SEIU Nevada : 2 events
  18. Sierra Club – Southern Nevada Group : 3 events
  19. Together We Will Nevada : 3 events
  20. Northern Nevada Working Families Party (Carson City) : 2 events
  21. Amnesty International Las Vegas, NM Group 463 (Las Vegas) : 1 events
  22. HRC – Las Vegas (Las Vegas) : 1 events
  23. Our Revolution Las Vegas (Las Vegas) : 1 events
  24. Our Revolution Nevada (Las Vegas) : 3 events
  25. Rights Society (Las Vegas) : 1 events
  26. We Stand With Standing Rock, Las Vegas (Las Vegas) : 1 events
  27. Indivisible Northern Nevada (Reno) : 4 events

New York

  1. All Our Energy : 1 events
  2. Alliance for Quality Education of New York : 3 events
  3. Campaign for New York Health : 2 events
  4. Citizen Action of New York : 3 events
  5. Citizen Action of New York – Capital District Chapter : 6 events
  6. Citizen Action of New York – Southern Tier Chapter : 5 events
  7. Citizen Action of the Hudson Valley : 5 events
  8. Citizens for a Better Southern Tier : 1 events
  9. CNY Solidarity Coalition : 5 events
  10. Delaware County NY Democrats : 2 events
  11. Explore WESPAC : 2 events
  12. Faith in New York : 4 events
  13. Food & Water Watch – New York : 13 events
  14. Grassroots Action NY : 6 events
  15. Hudson Resistance : 4 events
  16. Indivisible CD 19 NY : 1 events
  17. Indivisible NY 19 : 1 events
  18. Indivisible Seneca Falls Public Event Page : 1 events
  19. Justice for Farmworkers Campaign : 2 events
  20. Long Island Progressive Coalition : 4 events
  21. Move Forward New York : 1 events
  22. New York Beyond Coal : 4 events
  23. New York Communities for Change : 4 events
  24. New York State Immigrant Action Fund : 1 events
  25. NOW New York : 1 events
  26. NY Indivisible : 2 events
  27. Orange County Democratic Women : 1 events
  28. Physicians for a National Health Program (PNHP) – NY Metro Chapter : 3 events
  29. Rockland United : 1 events
  30. Rockland Women’s Political Caucus : 1 events
  31. Sane Energy Project : 6 events
  32. South Shore Women’s Caucus – Nassau County : 1 events
  33. St. Lawrence County Democratic Committee : 1 events
  34. The Feminist Art Project – Upstate NY : 1 events
  35. Ulster People for Justice & Democracy : 2 events
  36. Up & Up Action Initiative : 1 events
  37. Upper Hudson Planned Parenthood Advocates of NY : 6 events
  38. We Exist Coalition of the Finger Lakes : 1 events
  39. Westchester Hispanic Coalition : 1 events
  40. Where’s Sue Serino? : 2 events
  41. Reskilling Collective (Albany) : 1 events
  42. Working Families Party – Capital District (Albany) : 2 events
  43. Indivisible Binghamton (Binghamton) : 3 events
  44. Buffalo AntiRacism Coalition Official (Buffalo) : 1 events
  45. Buffalo Save the Kids (Buffalo) : 1 events
  46. Buffalo Supports Standing Rock Water Protectors (Buffalo) : 1 events
  47. WNY Peace Center (Buffalo) : 3 events
  48. Indivisible Chatham New York (Chatham) : 2 events
  49. Geneva Women’s Assembly (Geneva) : 1 events
  50. Cornell Welcomes Refugees (Ithaca) : 1 events
  51. #GetOrganizedBK (New York) : 1 events
  52. 350 NYC (New York) : 1 events
  53. African Communities Together (New York) : 2 events
  54. ALIGN NY (New York) : 1 events
  55. Asian American Federation (New York) : 2 events
  56. ATLI – Action Together Long Island (New York) : 2 events
  57. Bashback (New York) : 3 events
  58. Brooklyn Voters Alliance (New York) : 1 events
  59. CAIR-New York (New York) : 1 events
  60. Caring for Us Indivisible (New York) : 1 events
  61. Cosecha NYC (New York) : 1 events
  62. DRUM – Desis Rising Up & Moving (New York) : 2 events
  63. Fast Food Forward (New York) : 3 events
  64. Free University – NYC (New York) : 3 events
  65. Gays Against Guns (New York) : 1 events
  66. GC CUNY Resist Trump (New York) : 2 events
  67. ICE-FREE NYC (New York) : 2 events
  68. IfNotNow NYC (New York) : 1 events
  69. Interference Archive (New York) : 1 events
  70. International Working Women’s Day Coalition (New York) : 1 events
  71. Long Island Activists (New York) : 3 events
  72. Make the Road New York (New York) : 2 events
  73. Muslim Community Network (New York) : 2 events
  74. Not Straight Against Hate (New York) : 1 events
  75. NOW-NYC (New York) : 3 events
  76. NY Domestic Workers’ Coalition (New York) : 1 events
  77. NYC Coalition for Educational Justice (New York) : 2 events
  78. NYC Democratic Socialists of America (New York) : 2 events
  79. NYC for Abortion Rights (New York) : 2 events
  80. NYC War Resisters League (New York) : 2 events
  81. NYS Youth Leadership Council (New York) : 1 events
  82. NYU Sanctuary (New York) : 3 events
  83. Peoples Power Assemblies (New York) : 2 events
  84. PFLAG NYC (New York) : 1 events
  85. Radio Free Brooklyn (New York) : 1 events
  86. Rally + Rise (New York) : 3 events
  87. Resist Here (New York) : 7 events
  88. Resisters (New York) : 2 events
  89. Rise and Resist (New York) : 9 events
  90. Room to Resist (New York) : 1 events
  91. SANYS NYC (New York) : 1 events
  92. Solidarity Sundays :: The Brooklyn Resistance (New York) : 2 events
  93. The Arab-American Family Support Center (New York) : 2 events
  94. The New York Immigration Coalition (New York) : 9 events
  95. Time to Resist (New York) : 3 events
  96. WE ACT for Environmental Justice (New York) : 1 events
  97. Common Sense Catskills (Oneonta) : 2 events
  98. Sustainable Port Chester Alliance (Port Chester) : 1 events
  99. Long Island Rising (Port Jefferson) : 1 events
  100. Metro Justice (Rochester) : 4 events
  101. RIT Student Solidarity Network (Rochester) : 1 events
  102. Rochester for Progress (Rochester) : 1 events
  103. Rochester People’s Climate Coalition (Rochester) : 1 events
  104. Rosendale Democratic Committee (Rosendale) : 1 events
  105. Saratoga Progressive Action (Saratoga Springs) : 1 events
  106. Climate Change Awareness & Action (Syracuse) : 1 events
  107. Syracuse Peace Council (Syracuse) : 3 events
  108. Workers’ Center of CNY (Syracuse) : 3 events
  109. Sister March Watertown NY (Watertown) : 1 events
  110. Lower Hudson Valley Progressive Action Network (White Plains) : 1 events


  1. Action Together Stark : 2 events
  2. Cuyahoga County Progressive Caucus : 1 events
  3. For Ohio’s Future : 2 events
  4. Indivisible – Springfield, Ohio : 1 events
  5. Indivisible Ohio District 15 : 5 events
  6. Indivisible: Ohio District 12 : 10 events
  7. Lorain County Rising : 1 events
  8. NARAL Pro-Choice Ohio : 5 events
  9. Ohio Climate Action Campaign : 1 events
  10. Ohio District 16 : 3 events
  11. Ohio District 7 Indivisible Team : 2 events
  12. OPAL: Ohio Progressive Action Leaders : 5 events
  13. Our Revolution – Greater Cincinnati : 1 events
  14. Planned Parenthood Advocates of Ohio : 7 events
  15. Progress Ohio : 1 events
  16. Stand with Planned Parenthood in Northeast Ohio : 5 events
  17. Together We Will – Cincinnati / Southwest Ohio : 2 events
  18. Valley Voices United For Change : 2 events
  19. Women’s March on Washington-Ohio Chapter : 4 events
  20. Yes We Can Columbus : 2 events
  21. Cincinnati AFL-CIO Labor Council (Cincinnati) : 1 events
  22. Cincinnati Indivisible (Cincinnati) : 1 events
  23. Cincinnati Socialist Alternative (Cincinnati) : 1 events
  24. Intercommunity Justice and Peace Center (Cincinnati) : 1 events
  25. NKY March For Racial Justice (Cincinnati) : 1 events
  26. Reproductive Rights Advocates of Cincinnati (Cincinnati) : 1 events
  27. The Black Agenda Cincinnati (Cincinnati) : 1 events
  28. United We Stand- Cincinnati (Cincinnati) : 4 events
  29. Cleveland Heights Indivisible (Cleveland Heights) : 2 events
  30. Indivisible CLE (Cleveland) : 17 events
  31. March For Science: Cleveland (Cleveland) : 2 events
  32. OFA – Ohio (Cleveland) : 2 events
  33. OFA-Cleveland (Cleveland) : 4 events
  34. Refuse Fascism Ohio (Cleveland) : 2 events
  35. Columbus Coalition to End Sexual Violence (Columbus) : 1 events
  36. Indivisible Columbus District 3 (Columbus) : 10 events
  37. International Socialist Organization – Columbus (Columbus) : 2 events
  38. Resist (Columbus) : 2 events
  39. Socialist Alternative Columbus, OH (Columbus) : 3 events
  40. Dayton Indivisible for All (Dayton) : 1 events
  41. Dayton Women’s Rights Alliance (Dayton) : 2 events
  42. Action Together Lakewood Area (Lakewood) : 5 events
  43. Fulton County Indivisible Alliance (Maumee) : 1 events
  44. Indivisible Toledo (Toledo) : 2 events
  45. Wood County Progressives (Toledo) : 1 events
  46. Upper Arlington Progressive Action (Upper Arlington) : 1 events


  1. Nappy Roots Books (Oklahoma City) : 1 events
  2. Oklahoma City Pow Wow Club (Oklahoma City) : 1 events
  3. Green Country Sierra Club (Tulsa) : 1 events


  1. Basic Rights Oregon : 1 events
  2. Cascadia Action Network – CAN : 1 events
  3. Civil Liberties Defense Center : 1 events
  4. Coos County Women’s March Action Group : 1 events
  5. Family Forward Action : 1 events
  6. Health Care for All Oregon : 1 events
  7. Indivisible of Coos County : 4 events
  8. Indivisible OR-1 : 1 events
  9. Milenio.org : 5 events
  10. National Popular Vote – Oregon : 2 events
  11. Oregon District 2 – Indivisible : 3 events
  12. Oregon Strong Voice: Southern Oregon : 2 events
  13. Protect Our Progress Coalition : 3 events
  14. Southern Oregon Resist : 1 events
  15. Unidos Bridging Community : 1 events
  16. Voz Hispana Cambio Comunitario : 7 events
  17. Corvallis IWW (Corvallis) : 1 events
  18. Corvallis Progressive Events (Corvallis) : 2 events
  19. 350 EUG (Eugene) : 1 events
  20. Churchill High School Native American Student Union (Eugene) : 1 events
  21. Community Alliance of Lane County (CALC) (Eugene) : 3 events
  22. Indivisible Eugene (Eugene) : 3 events
  23. Lane Community College Employees Federation (LCCEF) (Eugene) : 1 events
  24. Sanctuary Movement Lane County (Eugene) : 1 events
  25. Take Action Eugene (Eugene) : 2 events
  26. UO Climate Justice League (Eugene) : 1 events
  27. Jackson County Democratic Party (Medford) : 1 events
  28. Bus Project (Portland) : 1 events
  29. Dont Shoot Portland (Portland) : 3 events
  30. LC Office of Religious and Spiritual Life (Portland) : 1 events
  31. Portland Indivisible Oregon D-3 (Portland) : 8 events
  32. Portland National Lawyers Guild (Portland) : 1 events
  33. Black Lives Matter – Salem (Salem) : 1 events
  34. Salem Environmental Education (Salem) : 1 events
  35. Salem Solidarity Network (Salem) : 2 events


  1. ACLU People Power – Lancaster County, PA : 1 events
  2. Action Together Northeastern PA : 4 events
  3. Columbia County PA Democrats : 1 events
  4. East Penn Democratic Club : 1 events
  5. Fair Districts NEPA : 2 events
  6. Fair Districts PA : 7 events
  7. Fair Districts PA Dauphin County : 1 events
  8. Health of the Valley Coalition : 1 events
  9. HIAS Pennsylvania : 1 events
  10. Indivisible Chester County : 4 events
  11. Indivisible Resistance in Laurel Highlands PA : 1 events
  12. Keystone Progress : 11 events
  13. Lehigh Valley For All : 1 events
  14. National Lawyers Guild Central Pennsylvania Chapter : 1 events
  15. Our Water, Our Air, Our Rights : 1 events
  16. PA District 11 Indivisible : 1 events
  17. Pennsylvania Democratic Party : 1 events
  18. Women’s March Pennsylvania : 1 events
  19. POWER Northeast (Allentown) : 2 events
  20. Columbia County Progressives (Bloomsburg) : 2 events
  21. Green Party of Butler and Venango County (Butler) : 1 events
  22. Keystone Progress Erie (Erie) : 5 events
  23. PPWP–Planned Parenthood of Western PA (Erie) : 4 events
  24. Indivisible Berks (Harrisburg) : 1 events
  25. March On Harrisburg (Harrisburg) : 1 events
  26. Cambria County Believes in Our Revolution (Johnstown) : 1 events
  27. Citizens’ Immigration & Refugee Action Committee (Lancaster) : 2 events
  28. CWS – Lancaster Immigration & Refugee Program (Lancaster) : 2 events
  29. inVISIBLE_americans (Lancaster) : 1 events
  30. Islamic Community Center of Lancaster (Lancaster) : 1 events
  31. Lancaster Interfaith Coalition (Lancaster) : 1 events
  32. Lancaster Stands Up (Lancaster) : 9 events
  33. Delco PA Indivisible (Media) : 3 events
  34. Delaware Valley Democratic Club (Milford) : 1 events
  35. 15 Now Philadelphia (Philadelphia) : 1 events
  36. 215 People’s Alliance (Philadelphia) : 1 events
  37. Clean Air Council (Philadelphia) : 1 events
  38. For Pennsylvania’s Future (Philadelphia) : 1 events
  39. International Action Center – Philadelphia (Philadelphia) : 1 events
  40. JACK Worldwide (Philadelphia) : 1 events
  41. Jewish Voice for Peace – Philadelphia (Philadelphia) : 3 events
  42. Juntos (Philadelphia) : 3 events
  43. Lucha Pro Licencias PA: HB 1648 (Philadelphia) : 1 events
  44. Make the Road Pennsylvania (Philadelphia) : 5 events
  45. National Lawyers Guild – Philadelphia (Philadelphia) : 1 events
  46. Philadelphia Federation of Teachers (Philadelphia) : 1 events
  47. Philadelphia Jobs with Justice (Philadelphia) : 1 events
  48. Philadelphia Socialist Alternative (Philadelphia) : 3 events
  49. Philadelphia South Asian Collective (Philadelphia) : 1 events
  50. PhilaPosh (Philadelphia) : 1 events
  51. Philly for REAL Justice (Philadelphia) : 1 events
  52. Philly Socialists (Philadelphia) : 4 events
  53. Planned Parenthood Keystone (Philadelphia) : 3 events
  54. Planned Parenthood Pennsylvania Advocates (Philadelphia) : 4 events
  55. Pussy Division (Philadelphia) : 1 events
  56. Reclaim Philadelphia (Philadelphia) : 1 events
  57. ResistTrump PHL (Philadelphia) : 1 events
  58. The Equality Coalition (Philadelphia) : 1 events
  59. ANSWER Pittsburgh (Pittburgh) : 1 events
  60. Delta Foundation of Pittsburgh (Pittburgh) : 2 events
  61. LCLAA Pittsburgh (Pittburgh) : 1 events
  62. National Lawyers Guild – Pittsburgh Chapter (Pittburgh) : 1 events
  63. One Pennsylvania (Pittburgh) : 3 events
  64. PA 12 for Progress (Pittburgh) : 1 events
  65. Pitt College Democrats (Pittburgh) : 1 events
  66. Pittsburgh DSA (Pittburgh) : 2 events
  67. Socialist Alternative Pittsburgh (Pittburgh) : 1 events
  68. Concerned Constituent Action Group (Pottstown) : 1 events
  69. Lycoming County Progressives (Williamsport) : 1 events

Rhode Island

  1. Climate Action RI : 1 events
  2. Coalition of Advocates for Student Opportunities (CASO) : 1 events
  3. National Lawyers Guild – Rhode Island Chapter : 1 events
  4. Indivisible RI (Providence) : 1 events
  5. No DAPL RI (Providence) : 1 events
  6. Women’s March on Washington – Rhode Island (Providence) : 2 events

South Carolina

  1. Grand Strand Action Together : 3 events
  2. Greater Columbia Action Together : 4 events
  3. Indivisible Midlands : 6 events
  4. Indivisible SC4 : 2 events
  5. Just Democrats : 1 events
  6. Justice for All – South Carolina : 1 events
  7. Moms Demand Action – SC : 1 events
  8. South Carolina Indian Affairs Commission : 1 events
  9. Women’s March on Washington – South Carolina : 3 events
  10. Women’s Rights and Empowerment Network- WREN : 1 events
  11. CharlestonGOOD (Charleston) : 1 events
  12. Indivisible Charleston (Charleston) : 5 events
  13. Knowledge Erases Hate – Columbia Chapter (Columbia) : 1 events
  14. Georgetown NAACP Branch #5520 (Georgetown) : 1 events

South Dakota

  1. Indivisible Rapid City (Rapid City) : 5 events


  1. Indivisible TN3 Coalition : 2 events
  2. Loudon County Democratic Party : 2 events
  3. Tennessee Health Care Campaign : 1 events
  4. We Are Watching – Tennessee : 6 events
  5. Chattanooga InterTribal Association (Chattanooga) : 1 events
  6. Chattanooga Light Brigade (Chattanooga) : 1 events
  7. Chattanooga Organized for Action (Chattanooga) : 1 events
  8. Concerned Citizens for Justice (Chattanooga) : 1 events
  9. Mercy Junction Justice and Peace Center (Chattanooga) : 2 events
  10. Occupy Chattanooga (Chattanooga) : 2 events
  11. Indivisible Jackson – TN (Jackson) : 1 events
  12. Latino Memphis (Memphis) : 1 events
  13. Memphis Women’s March (Memphis) : 1 events
  14. Showing Up for Racial Justice Memphis (Memphis) : 2 events
  15. Indivisible Middle Tennessee (Nashville) : 1 events
  16. Nashville Antifa (Nashville) : 2 events
  17. Nashville Feminist Collective (Nashville) : 2 events
  18. Power Together Tennessee (Nashville) : 1 events
  19. Tennessee Citizen Action (Nashville) : 1 events


  1. Annie’s List: Texas : 1 events
  2. Basta Texas : 1 events
  3. Beaumont Humanist Society : 1 events
  4. CAIR-Texas Dallas Fort Worth : 1 events
  5. Children’s Defense Fund-Texas : 1 events
  6. Cover Texas Now : 1 events
  7. Equality Texas : 2 events
  8. Guadalupe County, Texas Democrats : 1 events
  9. Indivisible DFW : 5 events
  10. Indivisible to Flip Texas District 7 : 1 events
  11. Jolt Texas : 1 events
  12. La Union del Pueblo Entero – LUPE : 1 events
  13. Liberty County Indivisible : 3 events
  14. Planned Parenthood Texas Votes : 4 events
  15. Reform Immigration for Texas Alliance (RITA) : 2 events
  16. Robson Ranch Democratic Club – RRDC : 1 events
  17. Save Texas Schools : 1 events
  18. South Plains Advocates for Rights and Community : 2 events
  19. Texas Alliance for Retired Americans : 1 events
  20. Texas Here to Stay : 2 events
  21. Texas Water Protectors : 1 events
  22. TX 23rd District Indivisibles : 3 events
  23. Women Organizing Women Democrats : 2 events
  24. 350 Austin (Austin) : 2 events
  25. ATXEJ – Austin Environmental Justice Team (Austin) : 1 events
  26. Austin NOW (Austin) : 3 events
  27. Austin Voices for Education and Youth (Austin) : 1 events
  28. Black Lives Matter Austin (Austin) : 7 events
  29. Immigrants United (Austin) : 3 events
  30. Indivisible AF (Austin) : 1 events
  31. Indivisible Rosedale Huddle (Austin) : 2 events
  32. Indivisibleatx (Austin) : 2 events
  33. March On Texas – Awesome Women in Action Chapter (Austin) : 1 events
  34. NARAL Pro-Choice Texas (Austin) : 2 events
  35. NOW Williamson County Task Force (Austin) : 2 events
  36. Public Citizen Texas (Austin) : 2 events
  37. Lower Rio Grande Valley Sierra Club (Brownsville) : 1 events
  38. SAVE RGV from LNG (Brownsville) : 2 events
  39. Our Revolution – Coastal Bend (Corpus Christi) : 1 events
  40. Democratic Socialists of America – North Texas (Dallas) : 1 events
  41. In Solidarity (Dallas) : 2 events
  42. No Scion Dallas (Dallas) : 1 events
  43. Indivisible El Paso (El Paso) : 1 events
  44. Indivisible Galveston (Galveston) : 1 events
  45. Democratic Socialists of America – Houston (Houston) : 1 events
  46. Greater Houston Democrats (Houston) : 2 events
  47. Greenpeace Houston (Houston) : 2 events
  48. Houston GLBT Political Caucus (Houston) : 1 events
  49. Houston Rising (Houston) : 1 events
  50. Houston Socialist Movement (Houston) : 1 events
  51. Houston Unido (Houston) : 1 events
  52. Indivisible Houston (Houston) : 13 events
  53. United We Dream – Houston (Houston) : 1 events
  54. Women & Allies Houston (Houston) : 2 events
  55. Holding Institute Community Center (Laredo) : 1 events
  56. Laredo Humanitarian Relief Team (Laredo) : 1 events
  57. Southeast Texas Progressives (Orange) : 1 events
  58. Esperanza Peace & Justice Center (San Antonio) : 1 events
  59. Indivisible SATX (San Antonio) : 4 events
  60. Liberty League of San Antonio (San Antonio) : 1 events
  61. Our Revolution – San Antonio (San Antonio) : 1 events
  62. San Antonio DSA (San Antonio) : 1 events
  63. Indivisible Sherman, TX (Sherman) : 2 events


  1. Action Utah : 1 events
  2. Alliance for a Better Utah : 1 events
  3. AMAR U.S. Utah Supporters : 1 events
  4. Black Lives Matter – Utah : 1 events
  5. Our Utah : 3 events
  6. Running4Refugees : 1 events
  7. Save Medicaid Utah : 1 events
  8. UofU Students for a Democratic Society : 1 events
  9. Utah Indivisible : 2 events
  10. Utah League of Native American Voters : 2 events
  11. Utah Pride Center : 1 events
  12. Utah Privacy Network : 1 events
  13. Utahns Speak Out : 6 events
  14. Women and Allies of Utah : 1 events
  15. Queer Friends (Salt Lake City) : 1 events


  1. ForVirginia.org : 2 events
  2. HR Grassroots Progressive Coalition : 1 events
  3. La ColectiVa : 1 events
  4. NAKASEC : 1 events
  5. NLIRH VA Latina Advocacy Network – VA LAN : 2 events
  6. Our Revolution Northern Virginia : 1 events
  7. Planned Parenthood Advocates of Virginia : 6 events
  8. SAW VA – Action Movement : 2 events
  9. Sierra Club NOVA Hub : 2 events
  10. Sierra Club Virginia Chapter : 3 events
  11. Speak out Against Corey Stewart : 1 events
  12. SURJ Northern Virginia : 1 events
  13. VA 7th District Concerned Citizens : 1 events
  14. Grassroots Alexandria (Alexandria) : 1 events
  15. International Youth and Students for Social Equality at NOVA (Annandale) : 2 events
  16. Coalition for Justice, Blacksburg, VA (Blacksburg) : 6 events
  17. TransSpace at Virginia Tech (Blacksburg) : 1 events
  18. Charlottesville DSA (Charlottesville) : 1 events
  19. Indivisible Charlottesville (Charlottesville) : 3 events
  20. Planned Parenthood Charlottesville (Charlottesville) : 1 events
  21. Refugee Outreach (Charlottesville) : 1 events
  22. Together Cville (Charlottesville) : 2 events
  23. Harrisonburg Indivisible (Harrisonburg) : 1 events
  24. Indivisible Richmond (Richmond) : 4 events
  25. Women’s March on Roanoke (Roanoke) : 1 events
  26. Indivisible Staunton (Staunton) : 4 events
  27. Local and Vocal in Staunton, VA (Staunton) : 6 events
  28. I Stand With Planned Parenthood: Virginia Beach (Virginia Beach) : 1 events


  1. 350 Vermont : 2 events
  2. Good Human Party : 1 events
  3. Planned Parenthood Vermont Action Fund : 1 events
  4. Rights & Democracy VT : 4 events
  5. Sierra Club – Vermont Chapter : 1 events
  6. Vermont Workers’ Center : 1 events
  7. Positive Geek (Brattleboro) : 1 events
  8. Women’s March Vermont (Montpelier) : 1 events


  1. Americans for Refugees & Immigrants : 2 events
  2. Familias Unidas por la Justicia : 1 events
  3. Fuse Washington : 6 events
  4. Indivisible Thurston County : 2 events
  5. King County Young Democrats : 2 events
  6. Our Revolution SWWA : 1 events
  7. Science Appreciators of the Tri-Cities : 1 events
  8. Sierra Club Washington State Chapter : 1 events
  9. Washington Wild : 2 events
  10. Women for Washington : 1 events
  11. 350 Bellingham (Bellingham) : 2 events
  12. Community to Community Development (Bellingham) : 2 events
  13. Everett Resistance Movement (Everett) : 1 events
  14. Cowlitz County Democratic Women (Longview) : 1 events
  15. SVC DREAMers (Mt. Vernon) : 1 events
  16. Olympic Climate Action (Port Angeles) : 1 events
  17. Indivisible Palouse (Pullman) : 1 events
  18. Young Democrats Tri-Cities (Richland) : 1 events
  19. 350 Seattle (Seattle) : 6 events
  20. Black Freedom Front -Seattle (Seattle) : 4 events
  21. El Comité (Seattle) : 1 events
  22. Greater Seattle Neighborhood Action Coalition – Communities of Resistance (Seattle) : 7 events
  23. Indivisible North Seattle (Seattle) : 3 events
  24. Indivisible Seattle (Seattle) : 1 events
  25. May 1st Action Coalition (Seattle) : 1 events
  26. Mazaska Talks (Seattle) : 1 events
  27. Radical Women Seattle Branch (Seattle) : 1 events
  28. SAFE in Seattle (Seattle) : 1 events
  29. Seattle Chapter, National Organization for Women (Seattle) : 2 events
  30. Seattle Clinic Defense (Seattle) : 3 events
  31. Seattle Indivisible (Seattle) : 5 events
  32. Seattle Taking Action (Seattle) : 1 events
  33. Seattle Transit Riders Union (Seattle) : 5 events
  34. Social Justice Fund NW (Seattle) : 1 events
  35. Socialist Students of Seattle (Seattle) : 2 events
  36. Peace and Justice Action League of Spokane (Spokane) : 1 events
  37. Spokane Indivisible (Spokane) : 1 events
  38. HUMAN: Humanitarian United Movement & Action Network (Vancouver) : 1 events
  39. Progressive Activists Coalition (Vancouver) : 1 events
  40. Indivisible Wenatchee (Wenatchee) : 1 events
  41. Wenatchee Progressives (Wenatchee) : 1 events
  42. Act Yakima (Yakima) : 4 events


  1. ACLU of Wisconsin : 2 events
  2. Citizen Action of Wisconsin : 2 events
  3. Indivisible Tosa : 2 events
  4. One Wisconsin Now : 1 events
  5. Planned Parenthood Advocates of Wisconsin : 1 events
  6. Stop the Speaker : 2 events
  7. Wisconsin Progressive Alliance : 1 events
  8. Women’s March on Fort Atkinson (Fort Atkinson) : 1 events
  9. Forward Kenosha (Kenosha) : 3 events
  10. Focus On Jobs, Not Vaginas (Madison) : 1 events
  11. IMT Madison: International Marxist Tendency – Madison, WI (Madison) : 1 events
  12. Indivisible Madison (Madison) : 6 events
  13. Madison Socialist Alternative (Madison) : 2 events
  14. Socialist Students Madison (Madison) : 2 events
  15. UTI- Union de Trabajadores Inmigrantes (Madison) : 2 events
  16. Milwaukee Coalition Against Trump (Milwaukee) : 4 events
  17. Welfare Warriors (Milwaukee) : 1 events

West Virginia

  1. American Civil Liberties Union of West Virginia : 5 events
  2. Ohio Valley Environmental Coalition : 1 events
  3. Progressive Democrats of Wood County : 1 events
  4. West Virginia Citizen Action Group : 3 events
  5. West Virginians for Affordable Health Care : 4 events
  6. Women’s March on Washington – West Virginia : 6 events
  7. OFA – West Virginia (Charleston) : 2 events
  8. Planned Parenthood Votes South Atlantic (Charleston) : 1 events
  9. WV FREE (Charleston) : 4 events
  10. Coalition For Democracy (Shepherdstown) : 1 events
  11. WV Eastern Panhandle Young Democrats (Shepherdstown) : 1 events


  1. Wyoming Women March on Equality (Cheyenne) : 3 events

Source:  http://www.resistandprotest.com/organizers

Rise Stronger Buddies

Groups:  https://www.risestronger.org/groups

Other Educrats

These are guys that aren’t already listed as Gates funded, aren’t listed as CTE supporters, and are not on my other lists but that I am fairly certain are tied to the Common Core/Fed Ed stuff.

Education Networks of America Buddies


AASA, the School Superintendents Association, advocates for the highest quality public education for all students. AASA is the foremost national and global professional organization for educational leaders including CEOs, superintendents, senior level school administrators, and aspiring school system leaders. AASA members are the chief education advocates for children. They advance the goals of public education and champion children’s causes in their districts and nationwide. As school system leaders, AASA members set the pace for academic achievement. They help shape policy, oversee its implementation, and represent school districts to the public at large. ENA is a member and corporate sponsor of AASA.



The Council of Chief State School Officers (CCSSO) is a nonpartisan, nationwide, nonprofit organization of public officials who head departments of elementary and secondary education in the states, the District of Columbia, the Department of Defense Education Activity, the Bureau of Indian Education and the five U.S. extra-state jurisdictions. As an organization, they are committed to ensuring that all students participating in the public education system — regardless of background — graduate prepared for college, careers, and life. To realize this, CCSSO brings together dedicated leaders and exceptional ideas to achieve measurable progress for every student. Their work includes supporting states as they implement new standards, reinvent systems that develop effective teachers, explore and adopt new technologies, and navigate political turmoil-all in the pursuit of helping students succeed.  ENA is a Collaborative Partner in the Education Information Management Advisory Consortium (EIMAC).


The Center for Digital Education serves as a resource for the education market, researching K-12 and higher education technology trends, policy and funding, and providing insight and information on technology issues to both education experts and industry leaders. The organization unites public and private sector partners to advance the utilization of new technologies in school districts and on campuses nationwide. ENA sponsors several events including the Large District Fly-in and DELC.

Common Sense Media

Common Sense Media is dedicated to helping kids thrive in a world of media and technology. They empower parents, teachers, and policymakers by providing unbiased information, trusted advice, and innovative tools to help them harness the power of media and technology as a positive force in all kids’ lives. Common Sense Education provides teachers and schools with free research-based classroom tools to help students harness technology for learning and life. Their K–12 Digital Citizenship Curriculum teaches students how to make safe, smart, and ethical decisions in the digital world and their educational rating system, Graphite, helps educators discover, use, and share high-quality digital products that propel student learning. ENA has a strategic partnership with Common Sense Media.


The Consortium for School Networking (CoSN) is the premier professional association for district technology leaders. For over two decades, CoSN has provided leaders with the management, community building, and advocacy tools they need to succeed. Today, CoSN represents over 10 million students in school districts nationwide and continues to grow as a powerful and influential voice in K–12 education. ENA is an active member and Gold sponsor of CoSN. Our Vice President of Client Services, Lillian Kellogg, is a member of their Board of Directors and works on their Finance committee. ENA participates in several initiatives and committees including the Smart Education Networks by Design (SEND)Becoming Assessment Ready (BAR), the Empowered Superintendent, and Advocacy Dinner and Auction.


CGCS is a national organization that exclusively represents the needs of urban public schools and its students. It is composed of 68 large city school districts whose special mission is to educate the nation’s most diverse student body to the highest academic standards and prepare them to contribute to our democracy and the global community. The organization promotes the cause of urban schools and advocates for inner-city students through legislations, research, and media relations. The CGCS’s objectives include educating all urban school students to the highest academic standards and leading, governing, and managing our urban public schools in ways that advance the education of our children and inspire the public’s confidence. ENA actively supports and sponsors several events with the CGCS.


Education Commission of the States (ECS) is committed to providing unbiased, factual information and resources to help policymakers make informed decisions to improve public education from early childhood to postsecondary. ECS partners with education policy leaders to address issues by sharing resources and expertise. The organization is proud to serve the people who develop and implement education policy and the students who directly benefit from effective policy change. ENA is a sponsor of ECS and participates in ECS events.


EDUCAUSE® is a nonprofit association and the foremost community of IT leaders and professionals committed to advancing higher education. The organization actively engages with colleges and universities, corporations, foundations, government, and other nonprofit organizations to further the mission of transforming higher education through the use of information technology. Through various programs and activities, EDUCAUSE and its members contribute to thought leadership on major issues, help clarify the current environment, document effective practices, and highlight how emerging trends and technologies may influence the evolution of IT in higher education. ENA is a corporate member of EDUCAUSE.


Internet2 is a member-owned advanced technology community founded by the nation’s leading higher education institutions in 1996. Internet2 provides a collaborative environment where US research and education organizations can solve common technology challenges and develop innovative solutions in support of their educational, research and community service missions. The community touches nearly every major innovation that defines our modern digital lives—and continues to define “what’s next.” ENA is a corporate member of the organization and is an active participant on the Internet2 K–20 Advisory Committee. Learn about Internet2-qualified ENA customer benefits.

National Minority Supplier Development Council Inc ®

The National Minority Supplier Development Council Inc ® (NMSDC®) is one of the country’s leading corporate membership organizations. Whether you are a small minority-owned business or a billion dollar powerhouse, the NMSDC helps organizations solve the growing need for supplier diversity. The NMSDC is committed to advancing Asian, Black, Hispanic, and Native American suppliers in a globalized corporate supply chain. ENA is proud to be a member of this esteemed organization.


The National School Boards Association (NSBA) is a nonprofit organization representing state associations of school boards and member districts across the United States. Its mission is to foster excellence and equity in public education through school board leadership. NSBA achieves that mission in three ways: 1. It represents the school board perspective before federal government agencies. 2. It works with national organizations that affect education. 3. It provides vital information and services to state associations of school boards and local school boards throughout the nation. NSBA has created an “army of advocates” poised to influence key federal legislative issues. ENA supports NSBA and is a corporate sponsor.


The Partnership for 21st Century Learning (P21) was founded in 2002. The coalition was formed to bring the business community, education leaders, and policymakers together to position 21st century readiness at the center of K–12 education and to kick-start a national conversation on the importance of 21st century skills for all students. P21’s mission is to serve as a catalyst for 21st century learning, and to build collaborative partnerships among education, business, community and government leaders. ENA is a Gold sponsor and member of P21. ENA’s Vice President of Client Services, Lillian Kellogg, is a past chair and holds a seat on the executive board. ENA associates also participate in several P21 committees.



The SHLB Coalition promotes government policies and programs to enable schools, libraries, health care providers, and other anchor institutions and their surrounding communities to obtain open, affordable, high-speed, broadband connections to the Internet. The SHLB Coalition is based in Washington, DC and has a diverse membership of commercial and non-commercial organizations that support their mission from across the United States. ENA is a founding member, sponsor, and active participant of SHLB. ENA’s Bob Collie is a member of SHLB’s Board of Directors and serves as Vice Chairman.


The Software and Information Industry Association (SIIA) is the principal trade association for the software and digital content industries. The Education Technology Industry Network (ETIN) of SIIA represents and supports developers of educational software applications, digital content, online learning services, and related technologies across the K–20 sector. SIIA provides leadership, industry advocacy, critical market information, and a forum for connecting and shaping the software and digital content industry. ENA is an active member of SIIA and the ETIN, and we are members of their Education Board of Directors Alumni Committee.


The State Educational Technology Directors Association (SETDA) is a not-for-profit membership association launched by state education agency leaders in 2001 to serve, support, and represent their emerging interests and needs with respect to the use of technology for teaching, learning, and school operations. Their mission is to build and increase the capacity of state and national leaders to improve education through technology policy and practice. In carrying out their mission, they are committed to: serving every U.S. state and territorial education agency to help maintain a future-focused, holistic view on how to leverage technology for education; fostering collaboration among their members, strategic partners, and other education leaders and policymakers; and taking action on important issues facing public education. ENA is an active member and corporate Platinum sponsor and participates in several SETDA projects and programs.

The Quilt

The Quilt is a national coalition of advanced regional networks for research and education representing 36 networks across the country. Participants in The Quilt provide advanced network services and applications to over 200 universities and thousands of other educational institutions. The Quilt’s goals are to promote consistent, reliable, interoperable, and efficient advanced networking services that extend to the broadest possible community, and to represent common interests in the development and delivery of advanced network services. The Quilt facilitates collaboration among regional networks, advocates on behalf of regional networks, and helps regional networks leverage their collective experience and buying power. ENA is an active member and participates in the organization’s steering committee.

Women’s Business Enterprise National Council

The Women’s Business Enterprise National Council (WBENC) is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization whose vision is to be the leader in women’s business development. Founded in 1997, WBENC is the largest third-party certifier of businesses owned, controlled, and operated by women in the United States. The organization is committed to accelerating opportunities and creating a superior resource pool for all constituents. Through its strategic partnerships, WBENC is able to deliver world-class programming that enhances business development and growth by maximizing relevant knowledge programs and capitalizing on the wealth of industry expertise in its community. ENA is a proud supporter of WBENC and its dedication to fostering diversity in the world of commerce.

Source:  https://www.ena.com/company/partnerships/national-affiliates/

Partnership for 21st Century Learning Buddies

Platinum Members: 

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Gold Members:


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Basic Level Members:

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eLearning Solutions



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Source:  http://www.p21.org/members-states/member-organizations 


Source:   https://www.educause.edu/eli/about

StriveTogether Buddies


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Source:   https://www.strivetogether.org/investors/





















New Mexico

New York

North Carolina



  • ImpactTulsa Tulsa, OK
  • Partners in Education Ardmore, OK


South Carolina







District of Columbia

International Affiliates

Source:   https://www.strivetogether.org/the-network/

Education Groups that Gates is Buying Off Part 2

I decided to make a part 2.

Education Commission of the States Buddies

Platinum Partners

Strada Education Network

Strada Education Network, formerly USA Funds, is a new kind of nonprofit organization that takes a fresh approach to improving the college-to-career connection. Through a unique combination of strategic philanthropy, research and insights, and innovative solutions, Strada Education Network advances Completion With a Purpose, building a more purposeful path for America’s students to rewarding careers and fulfilling lives. Learn more at www.stradaeducation.org and follow Strada Education on Twitter @StradaEducation.

The Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation

Guided by the belief that every life has equal value, the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation works to help all people lead healthy, productive lives. In developing countries, it focuses on improving people’s health and giving them the chance to lift themselves out of hunger and extreme poverty. In the United States, it seeks to ensure all people – especially those with the fewest resources – have access to the opportunities they need to succeed in school and life. For more information, please visit www.gatesfoundation.org.

The Wallace Foundation

The Wallace Foundation is a national philanthropy that seeks to improve learning and enrichment for disadvantaged children and foster the vitality of the arts for everyone. For more information, please visit http://www.wallacefoundation.org.

Walton Family Foundation

The philanthropic vision of Sam and Helen Walton has driven the work of the Walton Family Foundation for nearly three decades. Their legacy is more important than ever as we accelerate our efforts to improve K-12 education for all students in America, to protect our rivers and oceans and the communities they support, and to give back to the region that first gave Sam and Helen Walton opportunity. Learn more at www.waltonfamilyfoundation.org or follow us on Twitter (@waltonfamilyfdn).

Gold Partners


ACT is an international, mission-driven, nonprofit organization providing highquality assessments grounded in more than 50 years of research. The ACT® test is the most widely used US college admissions test, taken in 2015 by 1.9 million high school seniors. Our ACT Aspire® assessment system measures student growth from grades 3 to 10 and links to the ACT to build a complete picture of college and career readiness. More than 3 million people have earned the ACT National Career Readiness CertificateTM, powered by ACT WorkKeys®, to demonstrate they have foundational workplace skills. Learn more at www.act.org.


AdvancED is a non-profit, non-partisan organization serving the largest community of education professionals in the world. Founded on more than 100 years of work in continuous improvement, AdvancED combines the knowledge and expertise of a research institute, the skills of a management consulting firm and the passion of a grassroots movement for educational change to empower pre-K to 12 schools and school systems to ensure that all learners realize their full potential. AdvancED’s position as a global leader in school improvement and accreditation continues to expand by providing a national and international voice to inform and influence policy and practice on issues related to education quality. Learn more at www.advanc-ed.org.

National Institute for Excellence in Teaching (NIET)

Recognizing that an effective teacher is the most important school-based factor impacting student achievement, the National Institute for Excellence in Teaching (NIET) is committed to ensuring a highly skilled, strongly motivated and competitively compensated teacher for every classroom in America. NIET supports states, districts and schools in attracting, developing, supporting and retaining high-quality human capital in order to raise achievement levels for all students. Learn more at http://www.niet.org/.


Pearson is the world’s leading learning company, providing educational materials and services to learners of all ages around the globe. For more information, please visit www.pearsoned.com.

Scholastic Corporation

Scholastic Corporation (NASDAQ: SCHL) is the world’s largest publisher and distributor of children’s books and a leader in educational technology and related services and children’s media. Scholastic creates quality books and ebooks, print and technology-based learning materials and programs, magazines, multimedia and other products that help children learn both at school and at home. The Company distributes its products and services worldwide through a variety of channels, including school-based book clubs and book fairs, retail stores, schools, libraries, on-air and online at www.scholastic.com.

State Farm Foundation

The State Farm® mission is to help people manage the risks of everyday life, recover from the unexpected, and realize their dreams. We achieve our mission through the products and services we offer, as well as through our involvement in and commitment to the community. We make it our business to be like a good neighbor, helping to improve the quality of life in the communities where our associates live and work. For more information, please visit www.statefarm.com.

Silver Partners


KnowledgeWorks is a social enterprise focused on ensuring that every student experiences meaningful personalized learning that allows him or her to thrive in college, career and civic life. By offering a portfolio of innovative education approaches and advancing aligned policies, KnowledgeWorks seeks to activate and develop the capacity of communities and educators to build and sustain vibrant learning ecosystems that allow each student to thrive. Learn more at www.knowledgeworks.org.


MetaMetrics® is focused on improving education for students of all ages. The organization developed The Lexile® Framework for Reading and its companion scale, The Quantile® Framework for Mathematics. The Lexile Framework provides a common scale for matching reader ability and text complexity. For more information, please visit www.lexile.comand www.quantiles.com.


Founded in 1975, Microsoft (Nasdaq “MSFT”) is the worldwide leader in software, services, devices and solutions that help people and businesses realize their full potential. For more information, please visitwww.microsoft.com.

National Association of Charter School Authorizers (NACSA)

The National Association of Charter School Authorizers (NACSA) is committed to advancing excellence and accountability in the charter school sector and to increasing the number of high-quality charter schools across the nation. NACSA provides training, consulting, and policy guidance to authorizers. For more information, please visit www.qualitycharters.org.


NWEA™ is a research-based, not-for-profit organization that supports students and educators worldwide by creating assessment solutions that precisely measure growth and proficiency—and provide insights to help tailor instruction. For 40 years, NWEA has developed Pre-K – 12 assessments and professional learning offerings to help advance all students along their optimal learning paths. Our tools are trusted by educators in 140 countries and more than half the schools in the US. For more information, visit www.nwea.org.

Renaissance Learning

Renaissance Learning is a leading provider of cloud-based assessment and teaching and learning solutions that fit the K12 classroom, improve school performance, and accelerate learning for all. Renaissance Learning enables educators to deliver highly differentiated and timely instruction while driving personalized student practice in reading, writing, and math, every day. For more information, please visit www.renaissance.com.


Some educators see data as facts and figures. But it’s more than that. It’s the lifeblood of your schools. It contains history. And it can tell you something about the future. SAS helps you make sense of the data. As the leader in education analytics software and services, SAS transforms your data into insights that give you a fresh perspective on your students and schools. You can identify what’s working. Fix what isn’t. And discover new opportunities. Please visit sas.com/k12.

Bronze Partners


AVID, Advancement Via Individual Determination, is a global nonprofit organization that operates with one guiding principle: Hold students accountable to the highest standards, provide academic and social support, and they will rise to the challenge. AVID’s kindergarten through higher education system brings research-based curriculum and strategies to students each day that develop critical thinking, literacy, and math skills across all content areas. For more than 30 years, AVID has prepared students for college readiness and success. It now impacts the lives of almost 1.3 million students throughout the United States and the world. For more information, please visit www.avid.org.

Education Networks of America

Education Networks of America ® is the leading provider of Infrastructure as a Service (IaaS) solutions to K-12 schools, higher education institutions, and libraries. Since 1996, we have worked with our customers to ensure they have the robust and reliable high-capacity broadband, Wi-Fi/LAN, communication, and cloud solutions they require to meet the present and emerging technology needs of the communities they serve. For more information, please visit www.ena.com.


At ETS, we advance quality and equity in education for people worldwide by creating assessments based on rigorous research. ETS serves individuals, educational institutions and government agencies by providing customized solutions for teacher certification, English language learning, and elementary, secondary and postsecondary education, and by conducting education research, analysis and policy studies. Founded as a nonprofit in 1947, ETS develops, administers and scores more than 50 million tests annually — including the TOEFL® and TOEIC ® tests, the GRE® tests and The Praxis Series® assessments — in more than 180 countries, at over 9,000 locations worldwide. For more information, visit www.ets.org.


Questar Assessment Inc. is a K–12 assessment solutions provider focused on building a bridge between learning and accountability. As a wholly-owned, independently-operated subsidiary of Educational Testing Service (ETS), we share a belief that better measurement solutions can make a positive impact on education. We take a fresh and innovative approach to design, delivery, scoring, analysis, and reporting. And we are reimagining how assessments can empower educators by giving them the insights they need to improve instructions and fully prepare students for college or career. Our high-quality, reliable assessment products and services are easily scaled and tailored to meet the specific needs of states and districts at an unprecedented value. Educators trust our high-performing teams and dependable technology to minimize risks and ensure success for states, districts, schools, teachers, and students.

Source:   https://www.ecs.org/about-us/partners/

Digital Promise Buddies


Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation

The Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation supports our League of Innovative Schoolsinitiative, which connects the most forward-thinking leaders of the nation’s school districts; our procurement research; and our Marketplace program, which supports education leaders to use research and data to select edtech products.

Carnegie Corporation of New York

The Carnegie Corporation of New York supports Digital Promise Micro-credentials, to recognize educators for the skills they learn throughout their careers; our Research initiatives; and our Education Innovation Clusters, which are local communities of practice that bring together educators, entrepreneurs, funders, researchers and other community stakeholders to support innovative teaching and learning in their region.

Chan Zuckerberg Initiative

The Chan Zuckerberg Initiative supports Digital Promise’s Research@Work project by investing in the development of videos that broadly communicate relevant and applicable findings from learning science research.


Chevron supports Digital Promise’s Maker Promise initiative by investing in efforts to elevate the stories of maker students, teachers and schools, and by partnering on a campaign to advance the understanding and application of safety in school makerspaces.

Ewing Marion Kauffman Foundation

The Kauffman Foundation supports Digital Promise’s Education Innovation Cluster initiative, which are local communities of practice that bring together educators, entrepreneurs, funders, researchers and other community stakeholders to support innovative teaching and learning in their region.

The Gordon and Betty Moore Foundation

The Gordon and Betty Moore Foundation supports our maker learning efforts including the development of the Maker Promise network of educators to facilitate and engage youth in science and engineering.

The Grable Foundation

The Grable Foundation supports our Education Innovation Cluster, which are local communities of practice that bring together educators, entrepreneurs, funders, researchers, and other community stakeholders to support innovative teaching and learning in their region; as well as and our Maker Learning efforts.

The Joyce Foundation

The Joyce Foundation supports Digital Promise’s work to expand access to learning opportunities for adults through technology.

The Michael & Susan Dell Foundation

The Michael & Susan Dell Foundation invests in Digital Promise Micro-credentials, which provides teachers with the opportunity to gain recognition for skills throughout their careers; and supports the League of Innovative Schools and League Chief Technology Officers.

The Overdeck Family Foundation

The Overdeck Family Foundation supports Digital Promise’s Marketplace Researchefforts to develop more efficient, evidence-based practices for creating and testing edtech products.


PricewaterhouseCoopers supports Digital Promise Micro-credentials by investing in the development of financial literacy micro-credentials and by funding research to assess the impact of these competency-based resources.


The Verizon Innovative Learning Schools directed by Digital Promise provides teachers and students in U.S. middle schools with always-available access to technology and empowers them to be content creators, adept problem-solvers and responsible consumers of digital media and learning resources.

The William and Flora Hewlett Foundation

The William and Flora Hewlett Foundation invests in our work to engage a coalition of educators and partners to develop Digital Promise Micro-credentials, which provides teachers with the opportunity to gain recognition for the deeper learning skills they master throughout their careers.


The XQ Institute is supporting Vista High in California, one of 10 high schools in the US that received an XQ Super School grant to reimagine teaching and learning.

Corporate Partners

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Source:  http://digitalpromise.org/about/supporters/

Pivot Learning Buddies


Since 2015, Pivot has received gifts from the following supporters:

California Collaborative for Education Excellence
California Community Foundation
California Education Policy Fund (a sponsored project of Rockefeller Philanthropy Advisors)
City National Bank
S.H. Cowell Foundation
Michael & Susan Dell Foundation
Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation
William & Flora Hewlett Foundation
James Irvine Foundation
Dirk and Charlene Kabcenell Foundation
Silicon Valley Community Foundation
Silver Giving Foundation
Sobrato Family Foundation
State Farm
Stuart Foundation

Executive Leadership Center and Masterful District Leadership Sponsors

Association of California School Administrators
BCA Architects
Bergman Dacey Goldsmith
Blach Construction
Dale Scott & Company
Girard & Edwards
Illuminate Education
Imperial County Office of Education
K12 Insight
Ray Morgan Company
SchoolsFirst Federal Credit Union

Source:  http://www.pivotlearning.org/about/supporters/


Adelanto Elementary School District Nevada Joint Union High School District
Apple Valley Unified School District Newcastle Elementary School District
Baldwin Park Unified School District Newhall School District
Bass Lake Joint Union Elementary School District North Monterey County Unified School District
Bassett Unified School District Pacific Grove Unified School District
Bellevue Union Elementary School District Palmdale School District
Belmont-Redwood Shores Elementary School District Paradise Unified School District
Berryessa Union Elementary School District Paramount Unified School District
Biggs Unified School District Parlier Unified School District
Black Oak Mine Unified School District Penn Valley Unified School District
Brawley Union High School District Pine Ridge Elementary School District
Buena Park Elementary School District Pleasanton Unified School District
Burrel Union Elementary School District Pollock Pines Elementary School District
Butte County Office of Education Pomona Unified School District
Cabrillo Unified School District Ravenswood City Elementary School District
Calexico Unified School District Redlands Unified School District
Central Unified School District Redwood City School District
Chino Valley Unified School District Rialto Unified School District
Clear Creek School District Richland School District
Colton Joint Unified School District Riverbank Unified School District
Corona-Norco Unified School District Riverside Unified School District
Covina-Valley Unified School District Saint Helena Unified School District
Delhi Unified School District Salinas City Elementary School District
Durham Unified School District San Bernardino County Office of Education
El Rancho Unified School District San Bruno Park Elementary School District
Enterprise Elementary School District San Diego Unified School District
Escondido Union High School District San Francisco Unified School District
Fremont Unified School District San Gabriel Unified School District
Fresno City College San Luis Coastal Unified School District
Fruitvale Elementary School District San Mateo County Office of Education
Galt Joint Union Elementary School District San Mateo-Foster City School District
Galt Joint Union High School District Santa Ana Unified School District
Glendale Unified School District Santa Maria Joint Union High School District
Glendora Unified School District Santa Paula Unified School District
Gonzales Unified School District Santa Rosa City Schools
Gorman Elementary School District Sebastopol Union Schools
Grass Valley School District Sequoia Union High School District
Gridley Unified School District Sierra Unified School District
Hayward Unified School District Sonoma County Office of Education
Houston Independent School District South San Francisco Unified School District
Huntington Beach Union High School District Sutter County Office of Education
Inglewood Unified School District Taft City School District
Kern County Office of Education Taft Union High School District
Kernville Union Elementary School District Tehachapi Unified School District
La Puente Valley Regional Occupational Program Thomas Edison Charter Academy
Lancaster School District Tracy Unified School District
Las Lomitas Elementary School District Twin Rivers Unified School District
Laytonville Unified School District Ukiah Unified School District
Lennox School District Union Hill School District
Linden Unified School District Victor Elementary Unified School District
Livermore Valley Joint Unified Walnut Valley Unified School District
Los Angeles Unified School District Wasco Union Elementary School District
Los Banos Unified School District Wasco Union High School District
Manzanita Elementary School District West Contra Costa Unified School District
Marin County Office of Education Westside Union School District
Middletown Unified School District Williams Unified School District
Mojave Unified School District Willits Unified School District
Monrovia Unified School District Willows Unified School District
Moreland School District Wornick Jewish Day School
Mt. Diablo Unified School District Wright Elementary School District
Mt. Pleasant Elementary School District Yucaipa-Calimesa Joint Unified School District
Nevada County Office of Education

Source:  http://www.pivotlearning.org/about/partners/ 

ASU + GSV Summit 2017 Buddies

Sponsoring Partners

Collaborating Partners

Achieving the DreamBellwether Education PartnersBlue 1647Camelback VenturesChronicle of Higher EducationCommon Ground FoundationedsurgeedSurgeFrontline EducationHundrEDIDEOinnovateducateLeap InnovationsMcKinsey AcademyMylestoneSurge InstituteThe Edtech Podcast

Source :  https://www.asugsvsummit.com/partners/collaborating-partners


Georgia Early College Initiative Buddies

Office of Educational Access & Success (OEAS)

The Office of Educational Access & Success (OEAS) advances P-20 student success through transformative partnerships, practices, and research. The Office leads seven programs structured around three broad areas: college access and completion; science, technology, engineering, and mathematics (STEM), and educator preparation within University System of Georgia (USG) institutions. It also facilitates faculty involvement in secondary school improvement and the transition from high school to college.

To learn more about OEAS and the University System of Georgia visit http://www.usg.edu/educational_access/ and http://www.usg.edu.

Georgia Department of Education

The Georgia Department of Education (GaDOE) oversees public education throughout the state. It ensures that laws and regulations pertaining to education are followed and that state and federal money appropriated for education is properly allocated to local school systems. We also provide education-related information to students, parents, teachers, educational staff, government officials, and the media. We hope this information will help answer people’s questions, empower them with resources, and allow them to navigate the state’s educational infrastructure with a minimum of difficulty. To learn more about the DOE, visit http://www.doe.k12.ga.us.

Jobs for the Future

Jobs for the Future is an action/research and policy organization that promotes innovative reform in education and workforce development. It is the lead coordinator, manager and policy advocate for the Early College High School Initiative. To learn more about the Jobs for the Future, visit http://www.jff.org and http://www.earlycolleges.org


The Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation

The Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation is dedicated to improving people’s lives by sharing advances in health and learning with the global community. The foundation believes all students can achieve at high levels. New standards, more diverse students, and new technologies provide both opportunities and challenges. Many educators and schools have already made great progress addressing these issues, but the challenge remains to “scale up” the success rate and the effective strategies. The foundation has a three-pronged investment strategy reflecting a commitment to building successful models that will help every student achieve at high levels. Grants support schools and districts, leadership development and scholarships.

To learn more about the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation visit http://www.gatesfoundation.org

The Robert W. Woodruff Foundation

The Robert W. Woodruff Foundation, Inc. is an independent private foundation with a broad charter to support charitable, scientific and educational activities. The Foundation is governed by a self-perpetuating Board of Trustees under the laws of the state of Georgia. Grants generally are limited to tax-exempt public charities located and operating in Georgia. Principal giving interests are focused on the following program areas:

  • Elementary, secondary and higher education
  • Health care and education
  • Human services, particularly for children and youth
  • Economic development and civic affairs
  • Art and cultural activities
  • Conservation of natural resources and environmental education

Traditionally, preference has been given to one-time capital projects and to other extraordinary needs of well established public charities.

To learn more about the foundation, visit http://www.woodruff.org/

The University System of Georgia

The primary goal of the University System of Georgia is to ensure access to academic excellence and educational opportunities for all Georgians. Its mission is to contribute to the educational, cultural, economic, and social advancement of Georgia by providing excellent undergraduate general education and first-rate programs leading to associate, baccalaureate, masters, professional, and doctorate degrees; by pursuing leading-edge basic and applied research, scholarly inquiry, and creative endeavors; and by bringing these intellectual resources, and those of the public libraries, to bear on the economic development of the State and the continuing education of its citizens.

To learn more about the University System visit http://www.usg.edu

Source:  http://gaearlycolleges.org/partners


IMS Global Learning Consortium Buddies

Educational Data & Analytics Initiative K-12 Institutional Leadership Board Platforms, Apps & Tools Initiative
Platinum Leaders

Gates Foundation Logo

eLumen Logo


Crystal Sponsors

Blackboard company logo


Instructure Logo


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Platinum Leaders


Safari Montage

Platinum Leaders







Digital Curriculum Initiative HED Institutional Leadership Board Digital Credentialing, Badges & CBE Initiative
Platinum Leaders

elumen Logo


Platinum Leaders
Crystal Sponsors
Learning Mate Logo
Platinum LeadersConcentric Sky logo


Crystal Sponsors


OneRoster Initiative
Houghton Mifflin Harcourt logo


McGraw Hill Education Logo


Pearson logo


Renaissance logo

Source: https://www.imsglobal.org/initiativesponsors.html 

Collaborations and Affiliations

American Association of Collegiate Registrars and Admissions Officers (AACRAO) is a higher education member organization that represents approximately 4,600 institutions worldwide to promote best practices for records management, enrollment management, admissions, student services and administrative information technology. IMS and AACRAO are collaborating to extend the traditional transcript as a comprehensive digital record of student achievement to support innovative new education models such as Competencey Based Education.

Achievement Standards Network (ASN) provides open access to machine-readable representations of learning objects published by education agencies and organizations, including the Common Core State Standards. IMS is in close partnership with ASN (powered by D2L) to enable use of the ASN RDF framework in conjunction with the IMS standards, such as Common Cartridge, Question and Test Interoperability, and Learning Tools Interoperability, both in the U.S. and around the world.

Association of Public & Land Grant Universities (APLU) is a research, policy, and advocacy organization dedicated to strengthening and advancing the work of public universities in the U.S., Canada, and Mexico. APLU is actively involved with the IMS institutional Caliper Analytics leadership group to identify metric profiles needed to support adaptive learning technologies at scale.

Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation awarded IMS a 3-year grant in the Fall of 2014 to accelerate deployment of IMS standards that provide a foundation for connectivity of learning platforms, digital courseware, tools and resources so that they can be used together to support the needs of instructors and students. It is anticipated that the results from this grant will greatly increase the number of personalized learning solutions that can be readily integrated by suppliers and institutions, providing greater choice for students, instructors and institutions to improve educational participation and achievement.

Coalition for Networked Information (CNI) is an organization dedicated to supporting the transformative promise of networked information technology for the advancement of scholarly communication and the enrichment of intellectual productivity. Some 220 institutions representing higher education, publishing, network and telecommunications, information technology, and libraries and library organizations make up CNI’s Members.

Competency Based Education Network (C-BEN) is a group of colleges and universities working together to address shared challenges to designing, developing and scaling competency-based degree programs. IMS and C-BEN have been collaborating since 2014 to identify the applications, platforms and tools used for CBE programs and to address interoperability challenges.

Consortium for School Networking (CoSN) is an association of K-12 technology leaders. IMS works closely with CoSN on K-12 initiatives and is a member of CoSN.

Dublin Core has established a widely accepted technical specification for meta-data for the content of digital libraries. The IMS Learning Resources Meta-data Specification incorporates major aspects of the Dublin Core by defining extensions that are appropriate specifically for educational and training materials.

Ed-Fi Alliance, funded by the Michael and Susan Dell Foundation, provides standards and software for the actionable use of data by K-12 states and school districts. IMS Global and Ed-Fi have joined forces to collaborate on K-12 standards – bringing together IMS’s “front-end” learning technology standards with Ed-Fi’s “back-end” data standards. The collaboration will focus on broad adoption of IMS’s OneRosterTM standards and targeting several additional high need areas in order to accelerate connecting district level to state level systems. These additional areas include assessment, learning analytics and digital credentials (competency-based education and digital badges).

EDUCAUSE is a non-profit association and the foremost community of IT leaders and professionals committed to advancing higher education. IMS came into existence as a project within EDUCAUSE in 1995. IMS continues to have a close relationship with EDUCAUSE, including a close affiliation with the EDUCAUSE Learning Initiative (ELI), to align efforts to advance the effective use of technology to support teaching and learning impact.

European Committee for Standardization/Information Society Standardization System (CEN/ISSS) is an international association, formally recognized by the European Community, managing the cooperation amongst the national standards bodies of the 15 EU states, Iceland, Norway, Switzerland and the Czech Republic. ISSS was formed to focus specifically on “Information Society” standardization requirements, and has established a number of open workshops. IMS is a participant in the CEN/ISSS Workshop on Metadata for Multimedia Information. In addition, IMS is involved in consideration of a Memorandum of Understanding with CEN/ISSS and other organizations to build consensus for educational technology, improving access to lifelong learning across Europe.

European University Information Systems (EUNIS) is an organisation focused on helping member institutions develop their IT landscape by sharing experiences and working together. IMS is frequently invited to participate in the their programs to expand awareness for IMS standards and practices.

GÉANT is a fundamental element of Europe’s e-infrastructure, delivering the pan-European GÉANT network for scientific excellence, research, education and innovation. Through its integrated catalogue of connectivity, collaboration and identity services, GÉANT provides users with highly reliable, unconstrained access to computing, analysis, storage, applications and other resources, to ensure that Europe remains at the forefront of research.

Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (IEEE) and the IMS Global Learning Consortium will continue to collaborate with the IEEE toward efforts to establish international learning technology standards. IMS GLC is a member of the IEEE Standards Association.

International Organization for Standardization (ISO/IEC JTC1 SC36) is a network of the national standards institutes of 157 countries, on the basis of one member per country, with a Central Secretariat in Geneva, Switzerland, that coordinates the system. IMS GLC is a Category A Liaison.

International Society for Technology in Education (ISTE) publishes K-12 curriculum standards to help guide the integration and application of tools and curriculum that are aligned with teaching and learning goals. The goal for ISTE and IMS collaboration is to help districts create a framework for technology adoption for teaching and learning that addresses both the critical infrastructure and pedagogy factors.

MacArthur Foundation is one of the nation’s largest independent foundations. Through the support it provides, the Foundation fosters the development of knowledge, nurtures individual creativity, strengthens institutions, helps improve public policy, and provides information to the public, primarily through support for public interest media. IMS and the MacArthur Foundation are participating in ongoing collaboration to evolve Open Badges as part of the IMS Digital Credentialing Initiative to fit the needs of educational institutions and corporations.

MERLOT is a community of educators in higher education who collaborate to develop and disseminate high quality online resources for faculty to incorporate into their courses.
Mozilla Foundation is a non-profit organization that promotes openess, innovation and participation on the Internet. Mozilla is best know for the Firefox browser, but they advance their mission through other projects. IMS and Mozilla collaborate to extend the work around Open Badges to unlock the full potential of the web by making it easy for users to get recognition for skills they learn online and offline.
Next Generation Learning Challenges (NGLC) accelerates educational innovation through applied technology to dramatically improve college readiness and completion in the United States. IMS is collaborating with NGLC, EDUCAUSE and ELI to align the IMS Centers of Excellence to help institutions of all types leverage innovative integrated digital curriculum, tools and data to achieve affordable student success.
Online Learning Consortium (OLC) The Online Learning Consortium is the leading professional organization devoted to advancing quality online learning providing professional development, instruction, best practice publications and guidance to educators, online learning professionals and organizations around the world. OLC and IMS are collaborating to align the IMS Centers of Excellence with OLC’s Digital Learning Innovation Awards.
The Learning Counsel is a research institute and news media hub, focused on providing context for the shift in education to digital curriculum. Our membership is comprised of over 170,000 Superintendents, tech and instructional administrators, curriculum specialists, thousands of publishers, and interested enthusiasts anywhere in the teaching and learning field. IMS and The Learning Counsel collaborate in various ways to promote the importance of interoperability as K-12 districts transition to digital.
WCET is a national, member-driven, non-profit which brings together colleges and universities, HED organizations and companies to collectively improve the quality and reach of e-learning programs. WCET and IMS actively pursue joint activities to raise awareness for the importance of open standards to enable educators to innovate with open digital content and educational technologies to improve outcomes.
World Wide Web Consortium (W3C) establishes specifications for the web. It is responsible for specifications such as HTML, XML, and RDF. It is not accredited but its specifications constitute industry standards. W3C creates specifications at a lower level than IMS. For example, IMS uses XML as a language for representing meta-data, profiles and other structured information.

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Accelerate Learning



Aeries Software

American Institutes for Research


Australian Institute of Higher Education 

Benchmark Education



Boise State University

Carolina Biological Supply Company 

Center for Applied Linguistics

Centric Learning

Certica Solutions 

CEV Multimedia



Coalition for Networked Information


Colorado State University Online

Common Goal Systems





Credo Education

Curriculum Associates

Davis Publications

Denver Public Schools




eCom Scotland Ltd





Educate Online

Education Services Australia

Erasmus Universiteit Rotterdam 

eScience Labs

Expert TA


FastBridge Learning

Fairfax County Public Schools 


Gabbart Communications

Georgia Institute of Technology

Georgia State University







Georgia Virtual School


Goodheart-Willcox Publisher 

Google, Inc.



Hall County Board of Education

Health World Education

Hong Kong Education City Limited

Identity Automation 




Jeff Davis County Schools 



K12 Federation

Learning A-Z


Learning Tapestry, Inc.



Lexia Learning Systems


Lord Fairfax Community College

Madison Area Technical College

Magic Software


Metropolitan School District of Wayne Township 

Michigan Virtual University

Monticello Central School District

Morgan County Board of Education

Nanyang Technological University

National Research Council Canada

NBC Learn

Newburgh Enlarged CSD


Northern Arizona University

Ontario Online Learning Consortium

Open University of Hong Kong

Origami 3 Inc.

Oxford University Press

Panopto, Inc.



Penn Foster

Perfection Learning

Piazza Technologies

Plano Independent School District

Polk State College








Quality Data Sciences & Analytics LLP

Quality Matters



Red Clay Consolidated School District

Regent Education

Rustici Software

Santillana Global

Savant Learning Systems

School Board of Lake County, Florida



Science Bits

Scientific Minds






Studia ehf

Studies Weekly

SunGard K-12 Education


Tk20, Inc.


Ulearn Education Ltd

Ultimate Medical Academy

Universiteit van Amsterdam

University of Colorado

University of Oregon

University of Washington, Office of Educational Assessment


Virginia Polytechnic Institute & State University

Wazzle Solutions


W. W. Norton & Company





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Accelerate Learning



Aeries Software

American Institutes for Research


Australian Institute of Higher Education 

Benchmark Education



Boise State University

Carolina Biological Supply Company 

Center for Applied Linguistics

Centric Learning

Certica Solutions 

CEV Multimedia



Coalition for Networked Information


Colorado State University Online

Common Goal Systems





Credo Education

Curriculum Associates

Davis Publications

Denver Public Schools




eCom Scotland Ltd





Educate Online

Education Services Australia

Erasmus Universiteit Rotterdam 

eScience Labs

Expert TA


FastBridge Learning

Fairfax County Public Schools 


Gabbart Communications

Georgia Institute of Technology

Georgia State University







Georgia Virtual School


Goodheart-Willcox Publisher 

Google, Inc.



Hall County Board of Education

Health World Education

Hong Kong Education City Limited

Identity Automation 




Jeff Davis County Schools 



K12 Federation

Learning A-Z


Learning Tapestry, Inc.



Lexia Learning Systems


Lord Fairfax Community College

Madison Area Technical College

Magic Software


Metropolitan School District of Wayne Township 

Michigan Virtual University

Monticello Central School District

Morgan County Board of Education

Nanyang Technological University

National Research Council Canada

NBC Learn

Newburgh Enlarged CSD


Northern Arizona University

Ontario Online Learning Consortium

Open University of Hong Kong

Origami 3 Inc.

Oxford University Press

Panopto, Inc.



Penn Foster

Perfection Learning

Piazza Technologies

Plano Independent School District

Polk State College








Quality Data Sciences & Analytics LLP

Quality Matters



Red Clay Consolidated School District

Regent Education

Rustici Software

Santillana Global

Savant Learning Systems

School Board of Lake County, Florida



Science Bits

Scientific Minds






Studia ehf

Studies Weekly

SunGard K-12 Education


Tk20, Inc.


Ulearn Education Ltd

Ultimate Medical Academy

Universiteit van Amsterdam

University of Colorado

University of Oregon

University of Washington, Office of Educational Assessment


Virginia Polytechnic Institute & State University

Wazzle Solutions


W. W. Norton & Company




Alliance Participants



American Psychological Association

Anglia Ruskin University

Atomic Learning

Aubrey Daniels International

Authentica Solutions


Barnes & Noble

Blue Earth Interactive

Bisk Education, Inc





Capital Education


Cattura Video


Claymore Inc

Codesters, Inc.

Computerized Assesments and Learning, LLC

CompuScholar, Inc.



Cypher Learning

Data Pacific

Defined Learning


Discovery Education

eBackpack, Inc.


Electric Paper Evaluation Systeme


Encore Technology Group

Evaluation Kit

Faria Education Group

Foundation for Educational Equity



Franklin University


Genuine Genuis Technologies

Great River Learning

Hawkes Learning Systems

Helix Education

Heritage Christian Online School

Hurix Systems

Impelsys India Pvt Limited

Innovative Learning Solutions, Inc.


ISS, Newcastle University



Kendall Hunt Publishing

Key Data Systems


Knowledgevision Systems

Lab Learning


Lesson Planet

LeQuest BV

Mackin Educational Resources



National Paralegal College

National University of Singapore (CIT)




Nystrom Education

Omninox Corp

OpenStax, Rice University

Overdrive, Inc.

Panther Learning


Planet Software

Positive Learning

Presbyterian Church (U.S.A.)



Progress Testing












Reazon Systems, Inc.

Rediker Software, Inc.


Sagence Learning Inc

Sano School of Culinary Medicine


School Loop, Inc.


SciMind AB



Smart Sparrow

Software Secure, Inc.

Sonic Foundry, Inc.

SPi Global

Talis Education Ltd


Teamie PTE LTD

Texthelp Systems

Time IT Newcastle

Triumph Learning

Tutteo Ltd.



Universidad Autónoma de Nuevo León

University of Hertfordshire

University of Southampton – Learning Societies Lab

University of Southampton

University of St Andrews

University of Warwick


Venture Highway

Verbena Consulting





Waseda University

WebStudy, Inc.


Wolters Klewer

Yuja Corporation





New York City Charter School Center Buddies

Source:  http://www.nyccharterschools.org/content/partners

New Classrooms Buddies

Bezos Family Foundation
Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation
Carnegie Corporation of New York
Chan-Zuckerberg Educational Alliance
New Profit Inc.
Oak Foundation
Michael & Susan Dell Foundation

New Classrooms is grateful for the support of the following individuals and funders, who make our work possible.

Anonymous Family Foundation
Ann & Richard Sarnoff Family Foundation
Aphorism Foundation
Arthur & Toni Rembe Rock
Booth Ferris Foundation
Carson Family Charitable Trust
Charles & Susan Harris
Charles & Lynn Schusterman Family Foundation
Chicago Public Education Fund
Crown Family Philanthropies
Chris Rush & Blair Heiser
Dalio Foundation
CityBridge Foundation
Dave Goldberg & Sheryl Sandberg
David B. Golub & Lisa Piazza Charitable Fund
David N. Shine & Karen E. Lanci
Doug Borchard & Barbara Talcott
Freeport McMoRan
Fried, Frank, Harris, Shriver & Jacobson LLP
GEM Foundation
Issroff Family Foundation
Izac & Abby Ben-Shmuel
J.C. Kellogg Foundation
Jeff Wetzler & Jennifer Goldman
Joel Klein & Nicole Seligman
Joel Rose & Doris Cooper
John Katzman
Jon Friedland
Josh & Tess Lewis
Joseph Gleberman
Kendall Family Foundation
Koshland Family Foundation
Louis & Susan Zinterhofer
The Moriah Fund
Naren & Manju Bewtra
Neeraj Bewtra & Barbara Deli
NewSchools Venture Fund
The Overdeck Family Foundation
Paul Hastings LLP*
Richard Salomon Family Foundation
Roland & Lisa Thompson
Reed Hastings & Patty Quillin
Robin Hood Foundation
William & Janine Spigonardo
Richard E. & Nancy P. Marriott Foundation
Robert & Lorraine Reeder
Charitable Trust
William R. Kenan, Jr. Charitable Trust

Source:  https://www.newclassrooms.org/about/supporters/ 


Achievement Network Buddies


Gates foundation
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Centerbridge Foundation
Carnegie Corp. of New York
Investing in Innovation (i3) Fund

Investing in Innovation (i3) Fund



The Lynch Family Foundation


Carson Foundation

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Office of the State Superintendent of Education
(Sorry for the gap again)

Alliance for College Ready Public Schools Buddies

Linda and David Shaheen
Ahmanson Foundation
Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation
Estate of Gayle Miller
W.M. Keck Foundation
Citicorp Credit Services, Inc.
Carol and James Collins
EDUCAUSE/Next Generation Learning Challenges
Eli and Edythe Broad Foundation
Reed Hastings Fund
Lauren B. Leichtman and Arthur E. Levine Family Foundation
Low Income Investment Fund (LIIF)
Joni and Jeff Marine
Patti and Peter Neuwirth
Silicon Valley Community Foundation
Walton Family Foundation$100,000+
American Endowment Foundation
Kathy and Ambassador Frank Baxter
Bloomfield Family Foundation
California Community Foundation
Confidence Foundation
Maggie and Joseph Drake
Johnny Carson Foundation
Kissick Family Foundation
Ayako and Dale Okuno
Carol and William Ouchi
Ralph M. Parsons Foundation
Schwab Charitable Fund
Dr. Olga Mohan and Fred Simmons
Susan and Eric Smidt
Eva and Marc Stern$50,000+
Marianna and David Fisher
Farah and Steve Gozini
Joseph Drown Foundation
Rachel Kaganoff Stern and Eric Stern
Cindy Sheldon Stone
Stuart Foundation
Conrad N. Hilton Foundation
Leslie and William Elkus
Fidelity Charitable Gift Fund
Frank Mchugh-O’Donovan Foundation
Ignition Creative
Jewish Community Foundation
K & F Baxter Family Foundation
Sempra Energy
Valerie and Ron Sugar
Superior Grocers
Wendy Tajima
Elaine Tajima-Johnston and Stanley Johnston
Judd Abrams
Avery and Andrew Barth
Robert Barth
The Capital Group Companies Charitable Foundation
Carol and James Collins Foundation
Ashley Chay-Fairty and Tim Fairty
Chevron Humankind Matching Gift Program
Crail-Johnson Foundation
Crown Family Philanthropies
Del Amo Construction
Laurie and Scott Dubchansky
Emily and Teddy Greenspan
Goldman Sachs Trust Company
Priscilla and James Halper
The Hauptman Family Foundation
Myna and Uri Herscher
Willow Bay and Robert Iger
James Irvine Foundation
Honnie and Scott Juda
Meredith and David Kaplan
Heidi and Richard Landers
Larry and Eris Field Family Foundation
Los Angeles Trial Lawyers’ Charities
Renee and Meyer Luskin
Glennis and Jim Malcolm
Mayer and Morris Kaplan Family Foundation
Nicole and Allan Mutchnik
Anne and Greg Neuwirth
Peggy and Charles Norris
Jean and Anthony Pritzker
Ric and Suzanne Kayne Foundation
Riordan Foundation
Brenda and Virgil Roberts
Janet Crown and Steven Robinson
Ronus Family Foundation
Allison and Bennett Rosenthal
Skadden, Arps, Slate, Meagher & Flom LLP
Tajima Creative Partners
Linda Tajima
Pam Tajima Praeger
Wells Fargo
Whittier Trust Company
Affiliated University Neurosurgeons
Beth and Wilbur Woo Family Foundation
Dahlia and Art Bilger
Robin and Elliot Broidy
Katherine and William Burford
Caldwell Leslie & Proctor, PC
Cynthia L. and William E. Simon Jr. Foundation
The Devto Support Foundation
Doran Companies
Vicki Pearson and Marshall Ezralow
Thomas Feiman
First Presbyterian Church
Jimmy Horowitz
Jewish Communal Fund
Colleen and Matt Karis
Martha and Bruce Karsh
Kayne Anderson Rudnick Investment Management, LLC
Kinky Curly Hair Products
Lockton Insurance Brokers, LLC
Colleen and Neil Martin
Heather and Mark McCormick
Marianne and Lance Miller
Lisa and Bradley Mindlin
Marie and Geoffrey Moore
Tom Nadeau
NBC Entertainment
Timothy Noonan
Piper Jaffray & Co.
Arthur Rebell
Kristy Jorgensen Schaffer and Patrick Schaffer
Joan Takayama-Ogawa
Harold Williams
A & M Church and School Furniture
Sophie and Alan Alpert
The Alpert & Alpert Foundation
Alan Arkatov
Asian American Journalists Association
Atlas Embroidery & Print
Ed Bagdasarian
Bank of the West
Barrio Planners Inc.
Leah and Gregory Bergman
Better 4 You Meals
Lynn Beyer
Carol and Frank Biondi
Francesca and Thomas Boobar
Sky and Brent Brewer
Carole and Dan Burack
Kevin Burns
Phyllis Cannom
Canyon Partners, LLC
Capital Impact Partners
Jim and Terrie Carmack
Lisa and Charles Chevalier
Kee Sun and Kenneth Choi
Cox, Castle & Nicholson
Jan and Charles Davis
Eric Derrington
Deutsche Bank Wealth Management
Lynne and James DeWitt
Digital Networks Group, Inc.
Diane and Roger Duhl
Jaye and Neal Eigler
Aimee Epstein
Nancy and Alan Epstein
Feed You Well, Inc.
Trish and William Flumenbaum
Fondazione Italia
Franco Architects
Frank Kamer
Harlee and Alan Gasmer
Cindi and Dennis Gilbert
Great Public Schools Now
Renato Halili
Patricia and Lewis Halpert
Charles Harper
Leslie Heisz
Brian Henry
Deanne and Tom Heymann
Donna and David Hughes
Lee and Andrea Hutter
Idealab Charitable Foundation
Debbie Laub and Eddie Israel
Pauline Itow
Emi Iwakiri
Andrea John
Nathan Kahane
Mary Ellen and Chistopher Kanoff
Nancy Kawasaki
Monica Sarang and Bryan Kenny
The Kikuchi family
Natalie and Brian Kirkdoffer
Alexandra and Charles Kivowitz
Patricia and Michael Klowden
Konica Minolta
Shoaib Kothawala
Susie and Kurt Krieser
Erik Kronstadt
Gavin Lazarus
Mira and Brian Lee
Lionsgate Entertainment
Jody and David Lippman
Shelley and Frank Litvack
LLBH Private Wealth Management
M & O Construction
Jemela Macer
Kathy and Bruce Makowsky
Thelma Maltz
Dede and Billy Mandel
Rachel and Antonio Marquez
Milken Family Foundation
Lowell Milken
Gregory and EJ Milken Foundation
Shari and Jerry Mitchell
Kevin Mizuhara
Yosuke Mizuhara
Hannah Cannom and Aaron Moore
Martha Mortenson
Jun and Art Nakagawa
Angela and David Nazarian
Sherri and Arnold Nelson
Irene Neuwirth
Oaktree Capital Management, LLC
Robyn Field and Anthony O’Carroll
Alice Okuno
Susan Okuno
Ostuma Partners, Inc.
Lisa Park
Kathleen and Larry Paul
Susan and David Pechman
Kelly and David Pokress
PricewaterhouseCoopers, LLP
Shirley and Marvin Rahn
Catherine Suitor and Jorge Ramirez
Win Rhodes
Elaine Johnson and Phil Roman
Jeffrey and Gayle Rosenthal
Glenn and Dorit Rotner
Ralph and Rita Rudin
Louella Kanew and Michael Sachs
Kristin Salaya
Linda Sanada
Richard Sandler
Sarah Ketterer Family Foundation
Satoh Brothers
Donna and Peter Schlessel
Mark Schwartz
John Seto
Shigetomi Family
Michelle and Robert Shipp
Ronald Silverman
SingerLewak LLP
Jane and Howard Smith
Babs Sobel
South Hills Presbyterian Church
Southern California Gas Company
Marilyn and Eugene Stein
Janis and Jeff Susskind
Carrie Odell and Simon T
Marie and Calvin Tajima
Telacu Construction
Cindy and Richard Troop
Sarah Ouchi and Vince Tsai
Maria and Bob Tuttle
Mark Vidergauz
Sarah and Alan Vorwald
Walker Stevens Cannom Yang LLP
Sylvia Weber
Chacha and Mark Weinstein
Dale and Dennis Weiss
Marilyn and Roger Wolk
Elaine Woo
Michael Woo
Ann and Hank Wright
Jacqueline Yellin
David Yenoki
Young, Minney, & Corr, LLP
Shauna and John Barger
Lindsay Bozzani
Harold Brody
Kathleen Bryson
Sean Callery
Denise and Mike DeSantis
Leighton French
Chuck Friedlander
Darin Smith-Gaddis
Andrew Gumpert
Antonia Hernández
Kathleen Holliday
John Holman
Leslie Weisberg and James Hyman
Jules Berlin Agency
Blair Kohan
Jessica Kronstadt-Turner
David and Tam Lachoff
Sandra and Roger Lee
Liberty Hill Foundation
Paula and Barry Litt
Jennifer Malkin
Whitney McCormick
Kristin Salaya and Angus McWilliams
Rozalynd and George Merrill
Theodore R. Mitchell
Marilyn and John Mohan
Nimi Nagalingam
Brooke Perez
Kamala and Marvin Avila-Salmon
Monica Shilling
Priscilla and Edward Simmons
Cynthia and Bradford Thiel
Thomas Traynor
Triway Enterprise, Inc.
Whalen, Hennig & Merritt
Kevin Wu
Guy Zapoleon
Up to $499
ACME Hospitality Group
AEGON Transamerica Foundation
Candice Afia
Rebecca Agonafir
Arik Ahitov
Joanne Armstrong
Josephine Aniobi
Tiffany Atabek
Lara Beebower
Michelle and Todd Beiley
Nicole Bennett
Julie Bloom
Lyn Boland
Jessica Bonham
Noah Branman
Louise Bryson
Ruth Bryson
Charlene Casey
Jocelyn Castro
Stephen Chang
Samantha Chui
Yujeannie Chung
The Clark Family Trust
Michael Colvard
Hannah Cowherd
Quincy Curry
Eli Daquioag
Rob Delfino
Linda Delsack
Addison Devone
Pilar Diaz
Rebecca Doessant
Kathy Dominguez
Jody Edwards
Ann Enkoji
Alexandra English
Ezra Evangelista
Far West Restaurant Group, LLC
Krystal O’Leary Flores
David Flores, Jr.
Evan Fong
Zach Friedland
Phyllis Fries
Grayce Frink
Sandra and George Froley
Jordanna Gessler
Chrissie Gorman
Christine Green
Lesley Guenette
Courtney Halseth
Yuree Han
Barbara Hensleigh
Allison Hewitt
Lemar Hight
Lynette Hight
Houghton Mifflin Harcourt
Sam Jang
Jackson Johnson
Victor Kang
Jane and Peter Kim
Jin Kim
Grace Kim
David Kim
Silvia Kodzhikian
Helen Bendix and John Kronstadt
Bali Kumar
Howard Lappin
Nick Lee
Jonathan Lieberman
Hiram Lim
Kevin Linehan
Ashlee Lin
Farhan Mahmood
Jordan Mangaliman
Adithya Mani
Elizabeth Marshall
Jessica Massa
Kamala Mattiuzzi
Julie and Patrick McCormick
Rachel McDaniel
Megan McGuane
Rena and Carl McKinzie
Cathleen McMullen
Mary McWilliams
Diane Medley
Danette Meyers
Joel Millikin
Amanda Miyahira
Mizuhara Family Trust
Raamla Mohamed
Rebecca and Paul Moir
Susan and Laurence Nadel
Sinthuja Nagalingam
Heddy Nam
Sandra Nguyen
Patrick Nichols
Dana Noh
Stephanie Novick
Angelina Ochoa
Jason Oclaray
Kasie Okoro
Phillip O’Leary
Cynthia Olmstead
Tim Ortman
Leandro Otero
Anne and Rodney Pearlman
Sarah Pedersen
Mariana Preciado
Emi Preiser
Kate and Ernie Prudente
Nancy and Steve Rasmussen
Dahlia Reoganis
Revolution Foods
Susan and Robin Richards
Pacific Rim
Hayley Roberts
Laura Rogers
Emily Rosenthal
Roux Associates, Inc.
Adrian Roxas
Arlene Ruschac
Kim Salaya
Wreta Salmon
Thomas Sandonato
Schindler Elevator Corporation
Kate Scott
David Sewell
Briana Sharp
Shaun Marie Sheehan
Moises Silva
Kourtney Simons
Edward Simpson
Linda Sirithananan
Candace Smith
Ceci and Steven Solton
Patrick Soricone
Paul Sosa
Chantel Soverall
Amy Starr
Joan Stern
Bethany and Andy Stevens
Abel Sun
Dana Szyka
Renee Tajima
Jonathan Tiongco
Steven Truong
Carol Landrith Tyson
Amber Valverde
Ryan Vergara
Will Vincent
Delilah Vinzon
Sarah Virkus
Karen and James Wagstaffe
Eliza Walper
Michelle Wattana
Chris Weber
Rachel Weintraub
Paula Wilson
Cynthia Woo
Christine Wu
Martha Yarnell
Kaitlin Yount

Educational Results Partnership Buddies

Source:  http://www.edresults.org/Partnerships 

The National Academy of Advanced Teacher Education  (NAATE) Buddies


Edgerley Family 

School Partners

Achievement First – New York, NY
The Achievement School District (ASD) – Memphis, TN
Alpha Public Schools – San Jose, CA
Archdiocese of Philadelphia – Philadelphia, PA
Aspire Public Schools – Bay Area, CA & Memphis, TN
Carmen Schools of Science and Technology  – Milwaukee, WI
Cristo Rey Boston – Boston, MA
Democracy Prep Public Schools – New York, NY
Denver Public Schools – Denver, CO
DSST Public Schools – Denver, CO
Education for Change Public Schools – Oakland, CA
Envision Education – Oakland, CA
Explore Charter Schools – New York, NY
Friendship Public Charter Schools – Washington, DC
Great Oaks Charter School – Wilmington, DE
Harlem Village Academies – New York, NY
HOPE Christian Schools – Milwaukee, WI
IDEA Public Schools – Rio Grande Valley, TX
KIPP Bay Area – Bay Area, CA
KIPP Memphis – Memphis, TN
Lawrence Public Schools – Lawrence, MA
LEAD Public Schools – Nashville, TN
Memphis Business Academy – Memphis, TN
MESA Charter School – New York, NY
New Haven Public Schools – New Haven, CT
Expeditionary Learning School of Community Leaders – New York, NY
Promise Academy – Memphis, TN
Providence Public School District – Providence, RI
San Antonio Independent School District  – San Antonio, TX
Shelby County Schools – Memphis, TN
STRIVE Preparatory Schools – Denver, CO
The Soulsville Charter School – Memphis, TN
VOICE Charter School – Queens, NY

Source:  http://www.naate.org/page/partners

Sector Partnerships

Harvard Business School
Schools That Can – Milwaukee
Teach for America 

Vanderbilt University, Owen School of Management 
Yale School of Management

Coaching Ourselves

Source: http://www.naate.org/page/partners/sector_partnerships

Educurious  Buddies

Blend My Learning Buddies

The Clayton Christensen Institute is a nonprofit, nonpartisan think tank dedicated to improving the world through disruptive innovation. Founded on the theories of Harvard professor Clayton M. Christensen, the Institute offers a unique framework for understanding many of society’s most pressing problems. Our mission is ambitious but clear: work to shape and elevate the conversation surrounding these issues through rigorous research and public outreach.

Next Generation Learning Challenges (NGLC) is a collaborative, multi-year initiative created to address the barriers to educational innovation and tap the potential of technology to dramatically improve college readiness and completion in the United States. NGLC is guided by the belief that providing investment capital to expand the use of proven and emerging learning technologies, collecting and sharing evidence of what works, and fostering a community of innovators and adopters will result in a robust pool of solutions and greater institutional adoption which, in turn, will dramatically improve the quality of learning experiences in the United States. Many potentially breakthrough solutions are being developed and tested by educators, institutions, technologists, and entrepreneurs, but too often they operate with little access to each other or to opportunities to disseminate their innovations. Support is needed to refine and rigorously test their solutions, to connect with other like-minded innovators, and to develop strategies to broaden their reach and impact.

NGLC is led by EDUCAUSE in partnership with the League for Innovation in the Community Collegethe International Association for K-12 Online Learning (iNACOL), and the Council of Chief State School Officers (CCSSO). Funding is being provided by the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation and The William and Flora Hewlett Foundation.

Silicon Schools Fund is a new non-profit venture philanthropy fund in the Bay Area of California that supports the creation and replication of blended-learning schools. Silicon Schools Fund seeks to encourage innovative models that personalize learning for students and reimagine what is possible in schools. Committed to a research and development approach, Silicon Schools Fund works to attract the best educators and technologists in the world to the Bay Area to launch or re-design next-generation schools.

The Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation is guided by the belief that every life has equal value. The Gates Foundation works to help all people lead healthy and productive lives. In developing countries, it focuses on improving people’s health and giving them the chance to lift themselves out of hunger and extreme poverty. In the United States, it seeks to ensure that all people – especially those with the fewest resources – have access to the opportunities they need to succeed in school and life.

The Charter School Growth Fund (CSGF) is a non-profit venture capital fund working to transform K-12 education by investing in innovative charter school networks that offer outstanding educational options for underserved students. Founded in 2005, its mission is to invest philanthropic venture capital in the nation’s highest performing charter school operators to dramatically expand their impact on low-income and minority students. Its Next Generation School initiative supports entrepreneurs developing next generation schools in the charter sector. Many of these schools will blend learning by combining online learning technology with the key tenets of successful bricks-and-mortar CMO’s, creating personalized learning experiences for students, and delivering dramatically better results.

Source:   http://www.blendmylearning.com/who-we-are/

Parent Revolution Buddies

California Community Foundation

Katherine and Frank Baxter Foundation

Lisa and Maury Friedman Foundation

Joseph Drown Foundation

Walton Family Foundation

Wasserman Foundation

Laura and John Arnold Foundation

Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation

California Education Policy Fund

Rogers Family Foundation

Broad Foundation

Biller Family Foundation

The Hastings/Quillin Fund

Silicon Valley Community Foundation

East Bay Community Foundation

Source:  http://parentrevolution.org/our-funders-1/

Relay Graduate School of Education Buddies

Charles and Lynn Schusterman Family Foundation

Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation

The Walton Family Foundation

City Education Partners

Carnegie Corporation of New York

Daniels Fund

Education Forward  DC

Project  Renaissance

Overdeck Family Foundation

New Schools for Baton Rouge

The William R Kenan, Jr. Charitable Trust

Laura and John Arnold Foundation

Houston Endowment

RAISE Your Hand Texas

Memphis Education Fund

Source:  https://www.relay.edu/about-us/partners 

Assessment for Learning Project (ALP) Buddies

Center for Innovation in Education (CIE) at the University of Kentucky

Next Generation Learning Challenges (NGLC) at EDUCAUSE


William and Flora Hewlett Foundation

Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation

Source:   https://www.assessmentforlearningproject.org

Radical Hard Left Groups Part 2


The first one was getting pretty long and hard to edit so I made a second part to it.

Antifa Buddies

Torch Antifa Buddies

Anti-Racist Action Los Angeles / People Against Racist Terror
POBOX 1055
Culver City, CA 90232
Turning The Tide

Central Florida Antifa

Central Texas Anti-Racist Action

Western North Carolina Antifa

Philly Antifa
Twitter: @PhillyANTIFA

South Side Chicago Anti-Racist Action
Twitter: @Chicago_ARA

Rocky Mountain Antifa
Twitter: @RckyMtnAntifa

Antifa Sacramento
Facebook: AntifaSac

Rose City Antifa
Facebook: sometimesantisocialalwaysantifascist
Twitter: @RoseCityAntifa
Tor: cii57rkdtcgg55fe.onion

Atlanta Antifascists
Facebook: Atlanta-Antifa
Twitter: @afainatl

Pacific Northwest Antifascist Workers Collective
Facebook: pnwawc
Twitter: @PNWAWC

Antifa Seven Hills
Facebook: AntifaSevenHills
Twitter: @ash_antifa

Source:   https://torchantifa.org/?page_id=42

Source:   https://nycantifa.wordpress.com

Mitt Romney

Source:  http://www.dailywire.com/news/19777/mitt-romney-tweets-support-antifa-robert-kraychik

Anathema – A Philadelphia Anarchist Periodical

Antifa International

Asheville Anti-Racism

Central Pennsylvania Antifa

Hub City (New Brunswick, NJ) Anti-Racist Action


ItsGoingDown – media platform for revolutionary anarchist, anti-fascist and autonomous anti-capitalist movements.

La Horde – French Antifa

Maryland Antifa

New York City Antifa

One People’s Project

Rocky Mountain Antifa

Rose City (Portland, OR) Antifa

South Side Chicago Anti-Racist Action

Threewayfight – An Insurgent Blog on the Struggle Against State and Fascism

TORCH Anti-Fascist Network

Source:   https://phillyantifa.org/links/

John McCain

Marco Rubio

Source:  http://www.breitbart.com/big-government/2017/08/16/mccain-romney-rubio-join-republicans-antifa-club/

Left Voice

Source:  http://www.leftvoice.org/In-Support-of-the-Anti-Milo-Berkeley-Antifa-Action

Hoods for Justice

Source:  https://actionnetwork.org/groups/hoods4justice 


Source:  https://rockymountainantifa.blogspot.com

It’s Going Down
Anti-Fascist News
Three Way Fight
Idavox / One People’s Project

Source:  https://itsgoingdown.org/wp-content/uploads/2017/02/howtoantifa-revised.pdf

National Lawyers Guild (NLG) in San Francisco

Source:  https://hotair.com/archives/2017/09/06/national-lawyers-guild-san-francisco-antifa/

Rally List (Protester Site) Buddies

The Ruckus Society

With an ambitious commitment to social justice and environmental activism and a small staff, Ruckus is busy. To achieve our goals we rely on a diverse network of over 150 talented, committed trainers, coordinators and workers who volunteer their time to train other people to be effective nonviolent activists and direct action organizers. http://ruckus.org/


Training For Change

Training for Change builds capacity for powerful training and education among activists and organizers. We work with groups taking nonviolent direct action, building strong teams, and working for grassroots social change. Since 1992, we’ve trained over 15,000 participants in over 20 countries across diverse sectors and issues. http://www.trainingforchange.org/

Beyond the Choir

Beyond the Choir

To build movements capable of winning real change, we need to do more than just “preach to the choir.” Beyond the Choir partners with social justice organizations to craft resonant messaging, plan strategic campaigns, and mobilize larger bases of support.


350* is building a global grassroots climate movement that can hold our leaders accountable to the realities of
science and the principles of justice.
That movement is rising from the bottom up all over the world, and is uniting to create the solutions that will ensure a better future for all. Our online campaigns, grassroots organizing, and mass public actions bring together a global network active in over 188 countries.

Source:  http://www.rallylist.com/organize/

NAACP Buddies

Win Without War Coalition

Source:  http://www.discoverthenetworks.org/groupProfile.asp?grpid=6935

Open Society Institute

Aetna Foundation, the American Express Foundation, the Andrew W. Mellon FoundationAnnie E. Casey Foundation, the AT&T Foundation, the Bank of America Foundation, the Bauman Family Foundation, the Ben and Jerry’s Foundation, the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation, the Boston Foundation, the Carnegie Corporation of New York, the Charles Stewart Mott Foundation, the Clinton Family Fund, the Compton Foundation, the David and Lucile Packard Foundation, the Fannie Mae Foundation, the Ford Foundation, the Heinz Trust, the JEHT Foundation, the John D. and Catherine T. MacArthur Foundation, the Joyce Foundation, the Open Society Institute, the Park Foundation, the Ploughshares Foundation, the Public Welfare Foundation, the Rockefeller Foundation, the Sara Lee Foundation, the Scherman Foundation, the Simons Foundation, the Surdna Foundation, the Tides Foundation, the Verizon Foundation, the William and Flora Hewlitt Foundation, the W.K. Kellogg Foundation. and the Z. Smith Reynolds Foundation.

Source:  http://www.discoverthenetworks.org/groupProfile.asp?grpid=6160

Wal-Mart, Shell Oil, General Motors and American Airlines

Source:   http://www.washingtontimes.com/news/2003/jul/21/20030721-113723-6114r/


NAACP Legal Defense and Education Fund Board of Directors

Hope Enterprise Corporation/Hope Credit Union

Byrd Retail Group, LLC

McGuire Woods Los Angeles

CBS Corporation

Williams & Connolly

The Sunlight Foundation

Akin Gump

Madstone Company, Inc.

Eland Capital Partners

The UNICEF Bridge Fund

Global Infrastructure Partners

Corporate Group Cahill Gordon & Reindel LLP

Fulbright & Jaworski LLP

National Basketball Players Association

JS Capital Management, LLC

VallotKarp Consulting, LLC.

Source:  http://www.naacpldf.org/board

Americans for Democratic Action Education Fund Buddies


Source:  http://adaedfund.org

Movement 2017 Buddies

Source:  https://movementvote.org/about 

Movement Match Buddies

New York City

ACT UP New York
African Communities Together
Audre Lorde Project
Autistic Self Advocacy Network
Bend the Arc
Black Alliance for Just Immigration
Black and Pink
Black Youth Project
Brooklyn For Peace
Brooklyn Movement Center
Brooklyn NAACP
Organizing Asian Communities
Center for Frontline Retail
Chinese Staff and Workers Association
Churches United for Fair Housing
Cidadao Global/Global Citizen
Community Voices Heard
Council on American Islamic Relations
Critical Resistance
Damayan Migrant Workers Association
Desis Rising Up and Moving (DRUM)
Domestic Workers United
Equality for Flatbush
Faith in NY
Families for Freedom
Families United for Racial and Economic Equality (FUREE)
Foster Parent Advocacy Foundation
Girls for Gender Equity
Global Action Project
GOLES Good Ole Lower East Side
Hand in Hand
Iraq Veterans Against the War
Jewish Voice for Peace
Jews for Racial & Economic Justice
Jobs With Justice
Laundry Workers Center
Make the Road NY
Malcolm X Grassroots Movement
Mass Transit Street Theater and Video
Mekong NYC
Met Council on Housing
Milk not Jails
National Action Network
National Lawyer’s Guild
National Network for Immigrant and Refugee Rights
Native Organizers Alliance
Neighbors Helping Neighbors, Inc.
Neighbors Together
New York Campaign for Alternatives to Isolated Confinement
New York Communities for Change
Northwest Bronx Community & Clergy Coalition
NY/NJ Teamsters for a Democratic Union
NYC Coalition for Educational Justice
NYC Community Garden Coalition
Omo Obatala Egbe, Inc
Open Hillel
Paper Tiger Television
Peoples Power Assemblies
Picture the Homeless
Police Reform Organizing Project (PROP)
Project Reach
Raza Youth Collective
Resource Generation
Restaurant Opportunities Center
Retail Action Project
Revolutionary Students Coordinating Council
Riders Alliance
Right to the City
Rockaway Youth Task Force
Sikh Coalition
Street Vendor Project
Sylvia Rivera Law Project
T’ruah: The Rabbinic Call for Human Rights
Teachers Unite
Tenants and Neighbors
The Correctional Association of NY Women in Prison Project
Time’s Up
Transgender & Intersex Justice Project
Ugnayan Youth for Justice and Social Change
Urban Youth Collective
US Department of Arts and Culture
Voices of Women Organizing Project
War Resisters League
Women in Media and News
Women on the Rise Telling HerStory
Worker’s Justice Project

Source:  https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets/d/12Je1kwtXEripmNSDeGJEbZ2YhRPISw-EAmOqisoZ58E/edit#gid=0

Bay Area

350 Bay Area
Anti Police Terror Project
Arab Resource and Organizing Center
Asian Pacific Environmental Network
Bend the Arc
Black Lives Matter
Bloom Health Care
California Coalition for Women Prisoners
Causa Justa:: Just Cause
Chinese Progressive Association
Coleman Advocates
Communities United Againt Violence
Critical Resistance – Oakland
Ella Baker Center
Filipino Advocates for Justice
Hand in Hand
International Jewish Anti-Zionist Network
Iraq Veterans against the war
Jewish Voice for Peace
Jewish Youth for Community Action
Mujeres Unidas y Activas
National Resource Defense Council
Phat Beets
Resource Generation
Restorative Justice for Oakland Youth
SF Women Against Rape
Showing Up for Racial Justice
Sierra Club
Women’s Donors Network
Young Workers United
Youth Uprising

Source:  https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets/d/12Je1kwtXEripmNSDeGJEbZ2YhRPISw-EAmOqisoZ58E/edit#gid=357258582

A San Francisco Bay Area Progressive Directory

Saturday 19 Aug 2017       On the Web at http://bapd.org      With an Index Below

1000 Mothers to Prevent Violence     Eases the detrimental & traumatic impact of violence on homicide & violent crime victim-survivors. Family-focused continuum of care provides mental health & grief support, groceries, home decor, outreach, networking & advocacy. To date, the organization has served more than 500 families throughout the greater S.F. bay area(Oakland, Antioch, Fremont, San Francisco, Sacramento, Stockton, Richmond, Berkeley, Hayward) and beyond.&With the help of seven volunteers, 1K MPV serves approximately 50 victim-survivor families each month dealing with grief-related illnesses by way of legal referral services, peer and grief support groups, delivering groceries, networking & and advocacy.     Address: POBox 781, Hayward CA 94543     Voice: (510) 583-0100     Email: mothers1000@aol.com     Web: http://1000mothers.org/     [07 Jan 2017]

100Reporters     A news organization dedicated to forging new frontiers in responsible journalism. It joins scores of the planet’s finest professional reporters with whistle-blowers and citizen journalists across the globe to report on corruption in all its forms. The organization, spearheaded by veteran correspondents of top-tier news outlets, aims to raise the caliber, impact and visibility of citizen-driven investigative journalism, as a means of promoting transparency and good government.     Web: http://100r.org     [15 Jul 2017]

2-1-1     211 is an easy to remember, toll-free phone number that connect callers with local community services, such as food, shelter, counseling, employment assistance, quality child care and more. During a disaster, 211 provides critical information about evacuation routes, food and shelter, as well as job search and permanent housing support during long-term recovery. 211 is confidential and available 24 hours a day in more than 150 languages.     Voice: 211     Web: http://www.211BayArea.org     [16 Jan 2016]

350BayArea.org     Building a grassroots climate movement, working for deep CO2 emission reductions in the San Francisco Bay Area & beyond.     Web: http://www.350bayarea.org     [09 Oct 2016]

48 Hills     A new kind of newspaper – the progressive daily that San Francisco has always needed. Not a blog, not a content aggregator, but a place where you can read original work by reporters and critics who know the city. Breaking news, analysis, investigative reporting, cutting-edge arts and culture … that’s 48 Hills. We are a nonprofit venture, under the auspices of the San Francisco Progressive Media Center, formed by former Bay Guardian editors with a community-based board and a mission to serve a city battered by evictions, displacement, and economic inequality. We are unafraid of controversy, proud of our politics, owned by no investors, driven not by profit but by a passion for journalism that matters.     Web: http://48hills.org/     [23 Jan 2017]

51Oakland     A non-profit that is committed to building opportunity for ALL of Oakland’s youth to have access to culturally vibrant art and music programming across all schools in the district. By working closely with Oakland public school educators and administrators, parents, and involved community members, 51Oakland strives to provide students access to mentoring, nurturing, instruction and training by dedicated professional artists and musicians, thereby filling the gaps in Arts & Music opportunities caused by spending cuts, and re-engaging the full potential of Oakland youth.     Address: 328 63rd Street, Oakland CA 94618     Web: https://51oakland.org/     [16 Jun 2017]

A1 Sun, Inc.     Installs solar systems of the highest quality. We are committed to providing the best value for our clients, while benefitting the planet by doing business sustainably. Our office is solar powered and charges our expanding electric vehicle fleet. We precycle, recycle, and use environmentally-friendly materials. We are proud of our environmental commitment and socially conscious business practices.     Address: 1435 4th Street, Berkeley CA 94710     Voice: (510) 526-5715     Email: info@a1suninc.com     Web: http://www.a1suninc.com     [09 Jan 2015]

ABADÁ-Capoeira San Francisco Brazilian Arts Center (ACSF)     ACSF works to preserve, develop, and share the art of capoeira with integrity and to use capoeira to build a healthy, just, and vibrant society in which people feel connected to and responsible for their community. By exploring creative ways of sharing capoeira and related arts, ACSF remains a pioneering force in the preservation and development of Brazilian arts.     Address: 3221 22nd Street (at Mission), San Francisco CA 94110     Voice: (415) 206-0650     Email: info@abada.org     Web: http://www.abada.org/     [09 Apr 2016]

Abilities United     Supports children and adults with disabilities, their families and the community, and champions a culture in which all members of society are included and appreciated for their distinctive contributions. Abilities United provides a lifetime of services to individuals with developmental and physical disabilities. During our 50 year history, we have served over 65,000 people in San Mateo and Santa Clara counties.     Address: 525 East Charleston Road, Palo Alto CA 94306     Voice: (650) 494-0550     Fax: (650) 855-9710     Email: info@abilitiesunited.org     Web: http://www.AbilitiesUnited.org     [05 Apr 2015]

ABODE Services     Mission is to end homelessness by assisting low-income, un-housed people, including those with special needs, to secure stable, supportive housing; and to be advocates for the removal of the causes of homelessness. We develop and implement innovative programs to end homelessness. Our agency is built on the principles of Housing First, a proven approach that has demonstrated results far superior to the traditional approaches to homelessness.     Address: 40849 Fremont Blvd, Fremont CA 94538     Voice: (510) 657-7409     Fax: (510) 657-7293     Email: info@abodeservices.org     Web: http://www.abodeservices.org     [09 Oct 2016]

Abolition 2000     An international global network of organisations and individuals working for a global treaty to prohibit and eliminate nuclear weapons. Abolition 2000 is open to all organisations endorsing the Abolition 2000 Founding Statement. The Network provides a forum for the exchange of information and development of joint initiatives and campaigns. We meet once a year and communicate on an ongoing basis via a number of list servers an through conferences, teleconferencing, and period mailings.     Web: http://www.abolition2000.org     [08 Apr 2017]

Abortion Clinics OnLine (ACOL)     A directory service comprised of websites of over 400 providers of abortion services and other reproductive healthcare. They may be private physician’s offices, state licensed abortion clinics, private abortion clinics, or hospital abortion services. To the best of our knowledge, no anti-abortion “pregnancy consultation” centers are included here.     Web: http://www.gynpages.com     [09 Apr 2014]

About-Face     We equip women and girls with tools to understand and resist harmful media messages that affect their self-esteem and body image. Our workshops and workshop leader trainings take place throughout the San Francisco Bay Area, and our online presence reaches across the United States in all directions. Why we do it All the major studies point to the problem: Western culture’s emphasis on stereotypes of women and girls, and thinness as the beauty ideal, is a risk factor for depression, negative mood, and binge eating. In turn, dieting is linked with eating disorders.     Address: POBox 191145, San Francisco CA 94119     Voice: (415) 839-6779     Web: http://www.about-face.org     [12 Jul 2014]

ACCESS     ACCESS Fights Barriers and Builds the Power of Women to Achieve Reproductive Justice. Most people believe that reproductive health care is easy to get in California, because our reproductive rights are stronger than in many other states. Yet despite our legal rights millions of women in California still suffer consistent and persistent health care inequities and injustice, and continue to lack the resources and support to make the sexual and reproductive choices that are best for them, their families and communities.     Address: POBox 3609, Oakland CA 94609     Voice: (510) 923-0739     Fax: (510) 923-0014     Email: info@accesswhj.org     Web: http://www.whrc-access.org/     [05 Apr 2015]

Access Institute for Psychological Services     We offer low and no-fee psychological services to those who want and need psychological support, but aren’t able to access it for any number of reasons including: income, cultural barriers, stigma around mental health, and lack of mobility. Our dual mission: (1) Serve the people in our community who too often fall through the cracks. Help them develop healthier behaviors and relationships so they may thrive. (2) Provide clinical internship training to the next generation of therapists who believe that everyone matters and deserves high-quality care.     Address: 110 Gough Street, Suite 301 (at Page), San Francisco CA 94102     Voice: (415) 861-5449     Fax: (415) 8961-3252     Email: info@accessinst.org     Web: http://www.accessinst.org     [09 Jan 2015]

ACCION International     A global nonprofit dedicated to building a financially inclusive world with economic opportunity for all, by giving people the financial tools they need to improve their lives. We are building the next generation of top-tier microfinance institutions, and over the last 50 years have helped create 64 such institutions in 32 countries on four continents that today reach millions of clients. Our impact investing initiatives are pushing beyond microfinance to catalyze more than 20 innovative start-ups dedicated to improving the efficiency, reach and scope of financial services for the poor. And our Center for Financial Inclusion is helping to build a stronger industry with high standards.     Web: http://www.accion.org     [11 Oct 2015]

Accion Latina     A nonprofit organization with a 40-year history enriching the lives of Bay Area Latinos by engaging them in the arts and connecting them to culturally relevant news, information and ideas. Since 1970, we have produced El Tecolote, a free, bilingual print and online publication. We also produce an annual Encuentro del Canto Popular Festival, the Mission Latin Jazz Festival, the S.F. Son Jarocho Festival (with Brava Theater), and other performing, literary and visual arts events.     Address: 2958 24th Street (between Harrison and Alabama), San Francisco CA 94110     Web: http://accionlatina.org     [05 Apr 2017]

Act for Love     The online personals service that lets you take action while getting action. The idea is simple. Everyone wants to meet their perfect match. And in recent years, millions have turned to online personals services as a way to do that. So we figured, why not channel all that energy towards some good? Why not create a site where 100% of the profits were specifically earmarked to support progressive activism? If you’re going to try searching for the perfect date, why not do it via a service that promotes activism at the same time?     Web: http://www.actforlove.org/     [09 Apr 2014]

Acta Non Verba: Youth Urban Farm Project (ANV)     Elevates life in the inner city by challenging oppressive dynamics and environments through urban farming. ANV’s quarter acre farm located in the City of Oakland’s Tassafaronga Park (83rd Ave & E Street, 94621) is planned, planted, harvested and sold by youth grades K-8 and 100% of the proceeds are placed into individual savings accounts for those who have participated.     Web: http://anvfarm.org     [30 Aug 2014]

Acterra: Action for a Sustainable Earth     A 501(c)(3) nonprofit based in Palo Alto that brings people together to create local solutions for a healthy planet. We focus on what you can do locally to address current environmental problems. In the face of daunting environmental challenges, our science-based approach instills hope while building community. Acterra’s staff provides environmental education in the areas of energy and climate change, corporate sustainability, and advocacy to build an informed and empowered citizenry. Our programs include Energy and Climate, Business Partnerships for Sustainability, a Public Lecture Series, and an Environmental Library and Resource Center. Our programs engage people and companies in the Bay Area, with a focus on Santa Clara and San Mateo counties.     Address: 3921 East Bayshore Road, Palo Alto CA 94303-4303     Voice: (650) 962-9876     Web: http://www.Acterra.org     [08 Apr 2017]

Action For Nature (AFN)     An international non-profit organization based in San Francisco, California, that encourages young people to take personal action to better their environments and to foster love and respect for nature. Honors Eco-Heroes: 8-16 year olds who have completed a substantial project to help sustain our planet. Eco-Heroes have gone onto work as ambassadors for the UN, save cheetahs in Namibia, and work for Google while creating partnerships between China and the United States. Eco-Heroes are often creating connections between ecosystems and humans, making the world a more livable, breathable, and healthier place.     Address: 2269 Chestnut Street #263, San Francisco CA 94123     Email: mail@actionfornature.org     Web: http://www.actionfornature.org     [09 Apr 2017]

The Action Network     A progressive online organizing platform. Anyone can become an organizer by creating a free account. With that account, organizers can publish actions to the public, such as a petition to an elected official, an event RSVP form for a meeting the organizer is holding, a survey form to collect answers from a community, a fundraising form to collect money for an upcoming campaign, a ticketed event page to sell tickets to an event, or a letter campaign to have activists email elected officials. As other activists take action and fill out the forms an organizer has published, those activists are opted in to the organizer’s email list. Using our built-in mass mailing tool, organizers can contact that list of activists whenever they want, and download the data on their list too!     Web: https://actionnetwork.org/     [01 Feb 2017]

Active Voice Lab     Builds tools that help people use stories, art, and culture to advance social change. We leverage three decades of hands-on experience to conduct research, test pilot projects, and consult with creative leaders.     Address: 145 Ninth Street, Suite 102, San Francisco CA 94103     Voice: (415) 487-2000     Fax: (415) 487-2260     Email: info@activevoice.net     Web: http://www.activevoice.net/     [09 Apr 2016]

Activist San Diego     A social justice organization that promotes and facilitates the development of an active, inter-related, progressive community in San Diego through networking, culture and electronic technology.     Web: http://www.activistsandiego.org/     [11 Oct 2015]

Adams ESQ (Oakland office)     Over a decade ago, attorney Jean Murrell Adams opened the law firm of ADAMS ESQ, a Professional Corporation, to provide high quality legal service at no cost to qualifying parents of children with special needs. Her own experience fighting for the rights of her exceptional child prompted her to dedicate her career to helping other parents. ADAMS ESQ focuses exclusively on special education law. With locations in Los Angeles, Oakland, Riverside, Sacramento and Las Vegas, our staff, paralegals, advocates and attorneys are committed to helping children with disabilities obtain a free and appropriate education throughout California and Nevada.     Address: 1300 Clay Street, Suite 600, Oakland CA 94612     Voice: (510) 832-6000     Email: oaklandadmin@adamsesq.com     Web: http://www.adamsesq.com     [09 Jan 2015]

Adopt A Special Kid (AASK)     AASK believes that every child has the right to a safe, stable, and nurturing home and that all children are adoptable. AASK America provides education and support services to adoptive and foster families and children. We also promote positive changes to benefit children who are in the child welfare system. AASK inspires change in the lives of children in foster care by promoting and sustaining permanent families. We identify and train competent, caring foster care and adoptive parents, provide education and support services, and nurture stable homes for foster kids. AASK has promoted permanency for foster youth and placed thousands of children with loving families since 1973.     Address: 1330 Arnold Drive, Suite 241, Martinez CA 94553     Voice: (888) 680-7349     Web: http://aask.org/     [09 Oct 2016]

Adult Survivors of Child Abuse Program (ASCA)     An innovative and effective support program designed specifically for adult survivors of physical, sexual, and/or emotional child abuse or neglect. The program was designed to support and assist survivors of child abuse, irrespective of their financial situation, in moving on with their lives. The two basic components of the ASCA program are individually reading and working the Survivor to Thriver manual and participating in ASCA meetings. Meetings are the backbone of the ASCA recovery program.     Address: The Morris Center, POBox 281535, San Francisco CA 94128     Email: info@ascasupport.org     Web: http://www.ascasupport.org     [16 Jul 2016]

Afghan Women’s Mission     Founded in January 2000 by a small group of Americans to support the humanitarian and political work of RAWA. Projects include many programs run by Afghan women including Malalai Clinic, schools, orphanages, agricultural programs, demonstrations and functions in support of women’s and human rights. We are an all-volunteer organization based in the United States.     Web: http://afghanwomensmission.org     [11 Oct 2015]

afghans for Afghans     A humanitarian and educational people-to-people project that sends hand-knit and crocheted blankets and sweaters, vests, hats, mittens, and socks to the beleaguered people of Afghanistan. This grassroots effort is inspired by Red Cross volunteers who made afghans, socks, slippers, and other items for soldiers and refugees during World Wars I and II and other times of crisis and need.     Address: POBox 475843, San Francisco CA 94147-5843     Web: http://www.afghansforafghans.org/     [09 Jan 2015]

African Advocacy Network (AAN)     Serves the growing Diaspora with community-based services focusing in Immigration Legal services, social services and psycho-social case management, as well as promoting cultural integration through the arts. AAN couples these programs with experienced and trained linguistic capacity in more than ten languages that span the African continent such as Amharic, Tigrinya, and Arabic to French, Wolof, Berber, Haitian Creole, and more. AAN is a program of Dolores Street Community Services (DSCS).     Address: 938 Valencia Street, San Francisco CA 94110     Voice: (415) 503-1032; (415) 282-6209 x128     Fax: (415) 282-2826     Email: adoubou@dscs.org     Web: http://africanadvocacynetwork.org     [09 Jan 2015]

African American Art and Culture Complex     A community based, 501(c)3 arts and cultural organization. Our mission is to empower our community through Afro-centric artistic and cultural expression, mediums, education and programming. We are dedicated to inspiring children and youth to serve as agents of change, cultivating their leadership skills and fostering a commitment to community service and activism. In addition, we encourage, support and promote the work of young, aspiring Bay Area artists. We also strive to develop partnerships with organizations that are similarly committed to our mission, and offer our space to the community for special events.     Address: 762 Fulton Street (between Webster and Laguna), San Francisco CA 94102     Voice: (415) 922-2049     Email: info@aaacc.org     Web: http://www.aaacc.org/     [05 Oct 2014]

Against the Grain     A radio and web media project whose aim is to provide in-depth analysis and commentary on a variety of matters — political, economic, social and cultural — important to progressive and radical thinking and activism. We’re based at the studios of Pacifica station KPFA-FM in Berkeley, California. ATG focuses on meaty theoretical and action-oriented issues that the mainstream media tends to ignore, matters like political economy, the global justice movement, philosophical and cultural ideas, and race and gender relations. We strive to bring these perspectives to the airwaves in a way that’s accessible, engaging, and, most of all, useful to people working for social change.     Web: http://www.againstthegrain.org     [11 Oct 2015]

Agrarian Trust     Mission is to support land access for next generation farmers, and is a project of the Schumacher Center for New Economics. In the next two decades, 400 million acres of U.S. farmland will change hands, and the question of what will happen to that land when it reaches the market is crucial to the future of our food system. Just in time for this pivotal land transition is a new generation of young farmers, eager to become stewards of our land and healthfully provide for their communities. However, these farmers face ever greater odds in accessing affordable and secure land tenure; the price of land in the US has skyrocketed in the past decade, and one acre of farmland is lost to development every minute.     Web: http://agrariantrust.org     [19 May 2014]

Agroecology in the Brazilian Landless Movement     This film examines a cooperative of the Brazilian Landless Movement (MST) in the South of Brazil, which struggled for access to land and then transitioned to ecological agriculture, or agroecology. This MST cooperative is demonstrating the possibility of an alternative model of flourishing rural life, which provides thriving livelihoods for farmers, produces high quality and low cost food for the region, and rehabilitates the earth.     Web: http://www.soilstruggleandjustice.org     [23 Nov 2014]

Agua Para la Vida (APLV)     Helps communities in rural Nicaragua to build their own gravity-flow clean drinking water systems and sanitation. We develop sustainable local health education programs in the communities and also run a technical school which is providing the next generation of water technicians to Nicaragua. All APLV projects follow a community-driven process. The community requests the project, organizes itself to build, and does the manual labor of the building, resulting in a project which can maintain itself indefinitely. APLV provides technical leadership, community organization support, and materials.     Address: 2311 Webster Street (near Telegraph and Ashby), Berkeley CA 94705     Voice: (510) 914-1988     Web: http://www.aplv.org     [09 Apr 2016]

AIDS Emergency Fund     Responds compassionately to the AIDS crisis by providing immediate, short-term financial assistance to help people disabled by HIV/AIDS to cover their basic human needs and stabilize their living situations.     Address: 12 Grace Street, Suite 300 (between 9th and 10th Streets), San Francisco CA 94103     Voice: (415) 558-6999     Fax: (415) 558-6990     Email: mikesmith@aef-sf.org     Web: http://www.aef-sf.org     [09 Apr 2014]

AIDS Housing Alliance / SF     Believes in a world where all people have a safe, decent, and affordable home. Toward this vision, we prevent homelessness for people with HIV/AIDS by protecting the housing we already have, providing resources to secure new housing, and promoting public policy to increase opportunity for all.     Address: 350 Golden Gate Avenue, San Francisco CA 94102     Voice: (415) 552-3242     Email: brian.basinger@ahasf.org     Web: http://www.ahasf.org     [09 Apr 2014]

AIDS Legal Referral Panel (ALRP)     The only institution in the San Francisco Bay Area solely dedicated to providing free and low-cost legal assistance and education on virtually any civil matter to persons living with HIV/AIDS. This includes such widely disparate areas as housing, bankruptcy/credit, immigration, employment, insurance, confidentiality matters, family law, government benefits, and public accommodations. We accomplish this mission through either direct representation of clients by one of ALRP’s eight attorneys or by careful placement of clients with one of ALRP’s 700 Panel attorneys.     Address: 1663 Mission Street, Suite 500, San Francisco CA 94103     Voice: (415) 701-1100 (client line); (415) 701-1200 (business line)     Fax: (415) 701-1400     Web: http://www.alrp.org/     [10 Jan 2015]

AK Press     A worker-run collective that publishes and distributes radical books, visual and audio media, and other mind-altering material. We’re small: seven people who work long hours for short money, because we believe in what we do. We’re anarchists, which is reflected both in the books we provide and in the way we organize our business. Decisions at AK Press are made collectively, from what we publish, to what we distribute and how we structure our labor. Our goal isn’t profit (although we do have to pay the rent). Our goal is supplying radical words and images to as many people as possible. The books and other media we distribute are published by independent presses, not the corporate giants.     Address: 370 Ryan Avenue, Unit 100, Chico CA 95973     Voice: (510) 208-1700     Email: info@akpress.org     Web: http://www.akpress.org     [27 Nov 2016]

Akha Heritage Foundation     Seeks to defend the human rights and culture of the Akha people and promote self determination for the Akha while assisting with nutrition, medical and educational needs. We believe that the security and well-being of Akha communities must take priority over “development” by outside interests. We are strongly opposed to mission organizations which would remove Akha Children and destroy Akha language, literature, culture and identity. We believe that the defense of land rights and other human rights is at the heart of any just system, and we would oppose those who remain silent while these abuses continue.      Web: http://www.akha.org/     [16 Jul 2016]

Al Jazeera America     An American news channel reporting unbiased, fact-based and in-depth journalism that gets you closer to the people at the heart of the news. First announced in January of 2013 and launched on August 20th, Al Jazeera America has one of the largest newsgathering capabilities of any news organization in the United States with 12 bureaus in major cities around the country, 3 broadcast centers, a headquarters in New York City and a team of close to 800 journalists and staff.     Web: http://america.aljazeera.com     [09 Apr 2014]

Al-Awda: The Palestine Right to Return Coalition     A broad-based, non-partisan, democratic, and charitable organization of grassroots activists and students committed to comprehensive public education on the rights of all Palestinian refugees to return to their homes and lands of origin, and to full restitution of all their confiscated and destroyed property in accordance with the Universal Declaration of Human Rights, International law and the numerous United Nations Resolutions upholding such rights.     Web: http://al-awda.org/     [11 Oct 2015]

Alameda County Community Food Bank     We are the hub of a vast collection and distribution network that provides food for 240 nonprofit agencies in Alameda County. In 2014, the Food Bank distributed 25 million meals — more than half of the food was fresh fruits and vegetables. Since moving into our permanent facility near the Oakland Airport in 2005 and leading the national food bank movement for a ban on the distribution of carbonated beverages, the Food Bank has ramped up distribution of fresh fruits and vegetables by more than 1,000%. Located at 7900 Edgewater Drive, Oakland, CA 94621.     Address: POBox 2599, Oakland CA 94614     Voice: (510) 635-FOOD (3663)      Fax: (510) 635-3773     Email: info@accfb.org     Web: http://www.accfb.org     [11 Jan 2015]

Alameda Creek Alliance     Works to restore native wildlife, plants, habitats and ecosystems within the Alameda Creek watershed as much as possible given modern constraints. We also seek to protect undeveloped areas along the creek for their habitat value to native flora and fauna. Our efforts are focused on bringing wild steelhead trout, often cited as an “indicator species” of watershed health, back to our watershed. But restoration involves far more than charismatic fish, for as John Muir famously said, “When we try to pick out anything by itself, we find it hitched to everything else in the Universe.”     Address: POBox 2626, Niles CA 94536     Voice: (510) 499-9185     Web: http://www.alamedacreek.org     [05 Apr 2015]

Alameda Family Services     A human services organization, active in Alameda and the East Bay, whose programs improve the emotional, psychological, and physical health of children, youth, and families.     Address: 2325 Clement Avenue, Suite A, Alameda CA 94501     Voice: (510) 629-6300     Fax: (510) 865-1930     Email: info@alamedafs.org     Web: http://www.alamedafs.org/     [09 Apr 2017]

Alameda Food Bank     Mission is to provide nutritious food to the low-income residents of the City of Alameda on a non-discriminating basis. The Alameda Food Bank is a private, non-affiliated, non-profit, tax-exempt agency. The Food Bank is overseen by a board of directors composed of community volunteers. Its day to day operation is run by two paid staff members and over 150 volunteers. Located at 1900 Thau Way in Alameda.     Address: POBox 2167, Alameda CA 94501     Voice: (510) 523-5850     Email: director@alamedafoodbank.org     Web: http://www.alamedafoodbank.org     [05 Apr 2015]

Alameda Green Parties     The web site of the City of Alameda Greens, Oakland Greens, and Campus Greens.     Web: http://cagreens.org/alameda/     [09 Oct 2016]

Alameda Peace Network     Believes that peaceful solutions to local, national and international conflicts are possible and desirable. We are committed to nonviolence and welcome diversity and new ideas.     Web: http://woodard.freemanbusiness.com/apn/     [09 Apr 2014]

Alameda Point Collaborative (APC)     A supportive housing community that uses all its resources to help families and individuals break the cycle of homelessness and poverty. We are the largest supportive housing provider for homeless families in Alameda County, and our wide range of services give residents the tools they need for long-term success. Residents work with on-site case managers and counselors to break down barriers to stability. Adults in the community may participate in our workforce development program and take advantage of one of our on-the-job training opportunities. The nearly 300 children and youth who call APC home get the help they need for academic success.     Address: 677 West Ranger Avenue, Alameda CA 94501     Voice: (510) 898-7800     Fax: (510) 898-7858     Web: http://www.apcollaborative.org/     [16 Jan 2016]

Ali Ebrahimzadeh, Esq.     Rated a “Top 100 Trial Lawyer” by the National Trial Lawyers Organization, I am dedicated to providing aggressive, intelligent, and ethical legal representation in the areas of Business & Property Law, Criminal Defense, Divorce Law, and Education Law in California, New York, Massachusetts, and Washington, DC. You can read more about me on my website.     Voice: (510) 910-3198     Email: info@AEesq.com     Web: http://www.AEesq.com     [09 Apr 2017]

All Of Us Or None poster archive project (AOUON)     Started by Free Speech Movement activist Michael Rossman in 1977 to gather and document the poster-work of modern progressive movements in the United States. Though earlier work is included, its focus is on the domestic political poster renaissance, which began in 1965 and continues to this day. The Archive gathered posters from all streams of progressive activity — from movements of protest, liberation, and affirmative action, trade union and community struggles, to electoral and environmental organizing, community services, and visionary manifestos.     Web: http://www.docspopuli.org/articles/AOUON   http://www.museumca.org     [09 Oct 2016]

Alliance for Advancing Nonprofit Health Care     Purpose is to protect and enhance the abilities of nonprofit health care organizations to serve society and their individual communities. Through research, public education, and advocacy, the Alliance seeks to provide a strong, cohesive and persistent “voice” for a wide range of nonprofit health care organizations sharing many common goals and challenges–hospitals, health insurers, nursing homes, home care providers, and others. In addition, through education and other types of programs, the Alliance seeks to enhance the performance of nonprofit health care organizations in carrying out their unique roles and responsibilities.     Web: http://www.nonprofithealthcare.org/     [12 Jul 2014]

Alliance for Girls     A membership-based association developing leadership in the service sector in the San Francisco Bay Area. Nationally, we are the largest regional alliance of girl-serving organizations, which now includes 150 organizations and individuals that employ 2,400 people with more than 5,100 volunteers serving more than 300,000 girls across 6 Bay Area counties. Our member organizations collectively support girls in a wide range of issues including education, STEM, media literacy, outdoor exploration and athletics, domestic violence, leadership skills, political participation, restorative justice, human trafficking and sexual exploitation, and physical and mental health.     Address: c/o Girls Inc. of Alameda County, 510 16th Street, Oakland CA 94612     Voice: (510) 629-9464     Fax: (510) 318-5399     Email: emma@alliance4girls.org     Web: http://www.alliance4girls.org     [22 Jan 2017]

Ally Electric and Solar     A locally owned and operated electric and solar company serving the greater San Francisco Bay Area since 1998. We specialize in creating energy efficient solutions for residential and commercial properties. We are also a full service electrical company so you get two solutions under one roof! No need to deal with extra vendors for electrical upgrades and energy assessments, we get you ready to go solar and can upgrade your electrical needs! We strive to be an ally for the environment, for our customers and for our business partners. We value our employees and foster a company culture that supports growth and forward thinking in our own lives. ALLY Electric and Solar works towards a brighter future.     Address: 855 Marina Bay Pkwy, Suite 29, Richmond CA 94804     Voice: (510) 559-7700     Email: info@allyelectricandsolar.com     Web: http://www.AllyElectricAndSolar.com     [03 Oct 2016]

Alternative Family Services, Inc. (AFS)     They say, “It takes a village to raise a child.” AFS is that village for hundreds of Northern California foster children and their families. AFS is a foster, adoptions and mental health agency that has been creating safe, permanent connections for foster children and youth in the Bay Area since 1978.     Address: 401 Roland Way, Suite 100, Oakland CA 94621     Voice: (510) 839-3800     Fax: (510) 839-3888     Web: http://www.afs4kids.org/     [12 Jul 2014]

Alternative Radio     A weekly one-hour public affairs program offered free to all public radio stations in the U.S., Canada, Europe and beyond. AR provides information, analyses and views that are frequently ignored or distorted in other media. Our program airs on over 185 radio stations. Our headquarters, with three paid staff, is located in Boulder, Colorado.     Web: http://www.alternativeradio.org/     [09 Apr 2016]

AlterNet (Alternative News Network)     An award-winning news magazine and online community that creates original journalism and amplifies the best of hundreds of other independent media sources. AlterNet’s aim is to inspire action and advocacy on the environment, human rights and civil liberties, social justice, media, health care issues, and more. Since its inception in 1998, AlterNet.org has grown dramatically to keep pace with the public demand for independent news. We provide free online content to millions of readers, serving as a reliable filter, keeping our vast audience well-informed and engaged, helping them to navigate a culture of information overload and providing an alternative to the commercial media onslaught. Our aim is to stimulate, inform, and instigate.     Web: http://www.alternet.org     [09 Apr 2017]

AlterNetRides.com     The premier way to encourage all forms of alternative transportation: carpooling, vanpooling, biking, walking, using public transportation and more. It is fast, simple to use, and easy to setup.     Web: http://AlterNetRides.com     [09 Apr 2017]

Amazigh Cultural Association in America (ACAA)     Organized and operated exclusively for cultural, educational, and scientific purposes to contribute to saving, promoting, and enriching the Amazigh (Berber) language and culture. While the heartland of Amazigh culture lies in North Africa, including the Canary Islands, people of Amazigh background also live around the globe, by reason of emigration. The need for many people of Amazigh descent in America to connect culturally with the Amazigh world can be seen, ultimately, as the major reason for the birth of ACAA.     Web: http://www.tamazgha.org     [12 Jul 2014]

Amazon Watch     Works to protect the rainforest and advance the rights of indigenous peoples in the Amazon Basin. We partner with indigenous and environmental organizations in campaigns for human rights, corporate accountability and the preservation of the Amazon’s ecological systems.     Web: http://www.amazonwatch.org/     [12 Jul 2014]

American Civil Liberties Union of Northern California (ACLU-NC)     Defends and advances civil liberties and rights. We work to make constitutional rights a reality for everyone. Our legal and legislative advocacy fights for freedom, fairness, justice, and equality. With our organizing and public education, we empower communities and help people stand up for their rights.     Address: 39 Drumm Street (near 13th Street), San Francisco CA 94111     Voice: (415) 621-2493     Fax: (415) 255-1478     Web: http://www.aclunc.org     [12 Jul 2014]

American Community Gardening Association (ACGA)     A bi-national nonprofit membership organization of professionals, volunteers and supporters of community greening in urban and rural communities. The Association recognizes that community gardening improves people’s quality of life by providing a catalyst for neighborhood and community development, stimulating social interaction, encouraging self-reliance, beautifying neighborhoods, producing nutritious food, reducing family food budgets, conserving resources and creating opportunities for recreation, exercise, therapy and education.     Web: http://www.communitygarden.org     [09 Apr 2016]

American Disabled for Attendant Programs Today (ADAPT)     A national grass-roots community that organizes disability rights activists to engage in nonviolent direct action, including civil disobedience, to assure the civil and human rights of people with disabilities to live in freedom.     Web: http://www.adapt.org/     [13 Jul 2014]

American Farmland Trust (AFT)     Mission is to protect farmland, promote sound farming practices, and keep farmers on the land.     Web: http://farmland.org     [09 Apr 2017]

American Friends Service Committee (San Francisco office) (AFSC)     A Quaker organization that promotes lasting peace with justice, as a practical expression of faith in action. Drawing on continuing spiritual insights and working with people of many backgrounds, we nurture the seeds of change and respect for human life that transform social relations and systems.     Address: 65 Ninth Street, San Francisco CA 94103-1401     Voice: (415) 565-0201     Email: pmr@afsc.org     Web: http://www.afsc.org/     [09 Apr 2016]

American Hiking Society (AHS)     Ours is a vision in which hiking, foot trails and their surrounding natural areas inspire Americans to get outdoors, volunteer and protect trails. As the national voice for hikers, American Hiking Society will promote hiking, build a nationwide constituency of hikers and trail stewards, establish strategic alliances with national, regional and local partners and advocate for hikers in the nation’s capital. Sustainable hiking trails and trail systems will bring people together, connect them with our national and cultural heritage, promote healthy lifestyles and serve an integral role in conservation. We will expand our nation’s hiking community and recruit, motivate and educate tomorrow’s hiking leaders, advocates and volunteers.     Web: http://www.americanhiking.org/     [13 Jul 2014]

American Humanist Association (AHA)     We strive to bring about a progressive society where being good without a god is an accepted and respected way to live life. We are accomplishing this through our defense of civil liberties and secular governance, by our outreach to the growing number of people without traditional religious faith, and through a continued refinement and advancement of the humanist worldview. Humanism encompasses a variety of nontheistic views (atheism, agnosticism, rationalism, naturalism, secularism, and so forth) while adding the important element of a comprehensive worldview and set of ethical values – values that are grounded in the philosophy of the Enlightenment, informed by scientific knowledge, and driven by a desire to meet the needs of people in the here and now.     Web: http://www.americanhumanist.org/     [09 Apr 2016]

American Indian Movement – West (AIM-WEST)     AIM-West contains a spirit of resistance to colonization, respect for traditional knowledge and self-determination, and a commitment to inter-tribalism. Among the objectives of AIM-West is to raise awareness on issues that concern or impact upon Indians of the Americas on a daily basis ranging from racism in sports and public schools, to protection of sacred sites, mining and water contamination, youth and the rights of the child, honor and respect for treaties and agreements, political prisoners, police brutality, immigration and militarization of the borders, climate change, and implementation of the recent adoption by the United Nations General Assembly of the “Declaration on the Rights of Indigenous Peoples”.     Voice: (415) 577-1492     Email: eltony1492@gmail.com     Web: http://www.aim-west.org/     [16 Jul 2016]

American Muslim Voice (AMV)     Our mission is to foster friendships among all Americans by bridging cultural and religious gaps. We also work towards protecting and preserving civil liberties and constitutional rights for ALL. The AMV Foundation is committed to connect people from all walks of life. Through education and social interaction we will erase our fears and will joyously accept each other so we can celebrate our diversity. We are taking the interfaith dialog to the next level by fostering life long friendships among all Americans.     Address: 120 Park Avenue, Palo Alto CA 94306     Voice: (650) 387-1994     Email: saminasundas@gmail.com     Web: http://www.amuslimvoice.org     [09 Apr 2017]

American-Arab Anti-Discrimination Committee (ADC)     A civil rights organization committed to defending the rights of people of Arab descent and promoting their rich cultural heritage. ADC was founded by former U.S. Senator James Abourezk in 1980. Today, ADC is the largest Arab American grassroots organization in the U.S. ADC supports the human and civil rights of all people and opposes racism and bigotry in any form.     Web: http://www.adc.org/     [09 Apr 2017]

Americans for a Palestinian State     Our mission is to provide support to congressional representatives in order to enable them to help find a fair solution to the Palestinian/Israeli conflict. The peace and security of the United States are tied to the peace and security of both Israel and the Palestinians. No one can be safe until all are safe. While both sides are committing atrocities, the cause of the conflict is the occupation, settlements and crimes against humanity committed by Israel on the Palestinians. These crimes are aided and abetted by us, the American taxpayer.     Address: POBox 99635, Emeryville CA 94662     Voice: (888) 878-3708     Web: http://apstate.us/     [11 Jan 2015]

Americans for Nonsmokers’ Rights (ANR)     The leading national lobbying organization (501 (c) 4), dedicated to nonsmokers’ rights, taking on the tobacco industry at all levels of government, protecting nonsmokers from exposure to secondhand smoke, and preventing tobacco addiction among youth. ANR pursues an action-oriented program of policy and legislation.     Address: 2530 San Pablo, Suite J, Berkeley CA 94702     Voice: (510) 841-3032     Fax: (510) 841-3071     Web: http://www.no-smoke.org     [13 Jul 2014]

Americans for Safe Access (ASA)     Mission is to ensure safe and legal access to cannabis (marijuana) for therapeutic uses and research. ASA works with our grassroots base of over 50,000 members to effect change using public education and direct advocacy at the local, state, and federal level. ASAF trains and educates patients, advocates, health care professionals and other stakeholders. ASAF also provides direct legal support and uses impact litigation to protect and expand patients’ rights.     Web: http://www.safeaccessnow.org     [13 Jul 2014]

Americans United for Separation of Church and State (AUSV)     We are dedicated to preserving the constitutional principle of church-state separation as the only way to ensure religious freedom for all. AU represents members and supporters in all 50 states and the District of Columbia. We come from different religious, political and philosophical viewpoints, but we share a common commitment to church-state separation and individual freedom.     Web: http://www.au.org     [09 Apr 2017]

Amnesty International (AI)     Through our detailed research and determined campaigning, we help fight abuses of human rights worldwide. We bring torturers to justice. Change oppressive laws. And free people jailed just for voicing their opinion.     Web: http://www.amnesty.org/     [05 Apr 2015]

AnewAmerica     Exists to enrich the lives of its participants and their families while strengthening their contributions to America as a whole. AnewAmerica provides training and technical assistance to targeted communities for economic and social empowerment through a focus on green entrepreneurship, asset building, social responsibility and civic engagement. We work with traditionally challenged communities, which include new Americans (new citizens, refugees and immigrants), women, minorities and low to moderate income households, to empower them to make their American dream a reality while contributing to the economic growth and social capital of their communities.     Address: 1918 University Avenue, Suite 3A, Berkeley CA 94704     Voice: (510) 540-7785     Fax: (510) 540-7786     Email: info@anewamerica.org     Web: http://www.anewamerica.org     [09 Oct 2016]

Animal Legal Defense Fund (ALDF)     For more than three decades, the Animal Legal Defense Fund has been fighting to protect the lives and advance the interests of animals through the legal system. Founded in 1979 by attorneys active in shaping the emerging field of animal law, ALDF has blazed the trail for stronger enforcement of anti-cruelty laws and more humane treatment of animals in every corner of American life. Today, ALDF’s groundbreaking efforts to push the U.S. legal system to end the suffering of abused animals are supported by thousands of dedicated attorneys and more than 100,000 members and supporters.     Address: 170 East Cotati Avenue, Cotati CA 94931     Voice: (707) 795-2533     Fax: (707) 795-7280     Email: info@aldf.org     Web: http://aldf.org     [13 Jul 2014]

Animal Place     One of the oldest and largest sanctuaries for farmed animals in the country. Nestled on 600-acres in Grass Valley, CA, Animal Place provides refuge to hundreds of neglected farmed animals. In addition to permanent sanctuary, Animal Place’s Rescue Ranch is a 60-acre adoption center, placing needy farmed animals into permanent homes. Sanctuary is important work, but Animal Place strives to create meaningful change for farmed animals through advocacy and education. Thousands of visitors flock to the sanctuary each year to learn more about the animals and farming. Volunteer classes introduce folks to the more intense ways people can help. Internships are also available.     Address: POBox 1118, Grass Valley CA 95945     Voice: (530) 477-1757     Email: info@animalplace.org     Web: http://AnimalPlace.org/     [11 Oct 2015]

Animal Rescue Foundation (ARF)     Saves dogs and cats who have run out of time at public shelters and brings people and animals together to enrich each others lives. ARF strives to create a world where every loving dog and cat has a home, where every lonely person has a companion animal, and where children learn to care.     Address: POBox 30215, Walnut Creek CA 94598     Voice: (925) 256-1273 (1ARF)     Fax: (925) 977-9079      Web: http://www.arf.net/     [11 Jan 2015]

Animal Switchboard     Providing information, connections, resources, and referrals on animal rights, animal welfare, animal legislation, spay/neuter, rescue/adoption, volunteer opportunities, animal organizations, and other animal-related issues and concerns.     Voice: (415) 533-0133     Email: info@animalswitchboard.net     [09 Aug 2017]

Animals Voice     An independent online resource for helping animals and the people who defend them. We are an award-winning networking source of recent media coverage, timely information, and an incalculable volume of resources for animals and their defenders. We feature the latest animal rights news, multimedia, events, victories, thought-provoking and inspirational editorial, graphic and compelling photography, and in-depth investigative reports.     Web: http://www.animalsvoice.com/     [16 Jul 2016]

Anita Borg Institute for Women and Technology (ABI)     A social enterprise founded on the belief that women are vital to building technology that the world needs. Women in technology are at the heart of ABI’s mission. We are on a quest to accelerate the pace of global innovation by working to ensure that the creators of technology mirror the people and societies who use it.     Address: 1501 Page Mill Road, MS 1105, Palo Alto CA 94304     Voice: (650) 236-4756     Fax: (650) 618-6802     Web: http://www.anitaborg.org     [25 Jul 2014]

Anti-Defamation League     Founded in 1913 “to stop the defamation of the Jewish people and to secure justice and fair treatment to all.” Now the nation’s premier civil rights/human relations agency, ADL fights anti-Semitism and all forms of bigotry, defends democratic ideals and protects civil rights for all.     Web: http://www.adl.org/     [12 Nov 2016]

Anti-Slavery International     Works at local, national and international levels to eliminate all forms of slavery around the world.      Web: http://www.antislavery.org/     [25 Jul 2014]

antiwar.com     This site is devoted to the cause of non-interventionism and is read by libertarians, pacifists, leftists, “greens,” and independents alike, as well as many on the Right who agree with our opposition to imperialism. Our initial project was to fight against intervention in the Balkans under the Clinton presidency. We applied the same principles to Clinton’s campaigns in Haiti and Kosovo and bombings of Sudan and Afghanistan. Our politics are libertarian: our opposition to war is rooted in Randolph Bourne’s concept that “War is the health of the State.” With every war, America has made a “great leap” into statism, and as Bourne emphasized, “it is during war that one best understands the nature of that institution [the State].” At its core, that nature includes an ever increasing threat to individual liberty and the centralization of political power.     Web: http://www.antiwar.com/     [09 Apr 2016]

API Equality – Northern California (APIENC)     Builds LGBTQ API power to amplify our voices and increase visibility of our communities. Through organizing, we inspire and train leaders, establish intergenerational connections, and document and disseminate our histories. We envision a world where Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender, Queer Asians and Pacific Islanders can be present and affirmed in our families and communities as our full authentic selves.     Address: c/o Chinese for Affirmative Action, 17 Walter U. Lum Place, San Francisco CA 94108     Voice: (415) 274-6750 x317     Fax: (415) 397-8770     Email: info@apiequalitync.org     Web: http://apiequalitync.org/     [16 Jul 2016]

API Wellness     We are an LGBTQ and people of color health organization that transforms lives by advancing health, wellness, and equality. We believe everyone deserves to be healthy and needs access to the highest-quality health care. We foster resilience, strength, connection, health, and wellness for all communities. To us, health care will always be grounded in social justice.     Address: 730 Polk Street (between Ellis and Eddy streets), San Francisco CA 94109     Voice: (415) 292-3400     Fax: (415) 292-3404     Email: info@apiwellness.org     Web: http://www.apiwellness.org     [15 Jul 2017]

Arab Cultural and Community Center (ACCC)     Devoted to preserve, promote and strengthen Arab culture and the community through art, education and culturally relevant social services in the San Francisco Bay Area. The ACCC is a leading resource for social services and referrals for Arab American communities in the San Francisco Bay Area, and is the only agency in Northern California providing domestic violence and sexual assault education and prevention programs, as well as intensive case management and mental health care in Arabic for Arab and Muslim survivors of domestic violence.     Address: 2 Plaza Street, San Francisco CA 94116     Voice: (415) 664-2200     Fax: (415) 664-2280     Email: info@arabculturalcenter.org     Web: http://www.arabculturalcenter.org     [05 Apr 2015]

Arab Resource & Organizing Center (AROC)     A grassroots organization working to empower and organize our community towards justice and self-determination for all. AROC members build community power in the Bay Area by participating in leadership development, political education, and campaigns.     Address: 522 Valencia Sreet, San Francisco CA 94110     Voice: (415) 861-7444     Email: info@araborganizing.org     Web: http://www.araborganizing.org/     [16 Jul 2016]

Arc Ecology (Arc)     A technical services provider to environmental and economic justice communities struggling with the impacts of pollution, urban planning, community development, and military activities and communities seeking to develop new strategies to improve their environment and quality of life. Arc Ecology is an advocacy organization promoting civic engagement in governmental policy making.     Address: 1331 Evans Avenue, San Francisco CA 94124     Voice: (415) 643-1190     Fax: (415) 643-4779     Email: info@arcecology.org     Web: http://www.arcecology.org     [25 Jul 2014]

Architects / Designers / Planners for Social Responsibility (Northern California Chapter) (ADPSR)     Works for peace, environmental protection, ecological building, social justice, and the development of healthy communities. ADPSR programs aim to raise professional and public awareness of critical social and environmental issues, further responsive design and planning, and honor persons and organizations whose work exemplifies social responsibility.     Address: POBox 9126, Berkeley CA 94709-0126     Voice: (510) 845-1000     Web: http://adpsr.org     [25 Jul 2014]

Armenian National Committee, San Francisco Bay Area Chapter (ANC)     A grassroots public affairs organization serving to inform, educate, and act on a wide range of issues concerning Armenian Americans throughout the San Francisco Bay Area. The San Francisco Bay Area ANC, or “Hai Tad” committee has been an important presence for Armenian American political action in the Bay Area for decades. Our efforts span a wide range: meeting with political representatives and diplomats about issues affecting our community, participating in local campaigns, publicizing the Armenian Cause and educating the community, fighting historic revisionism, and promoting recognition of the Armenian Genocide.     Address: 51 Commonwealth Avenue, San Francisco CA 94118     Voice: (415) 387-3433     Fax: (415) 751-0617     Email: mail@ancsf.org     Web: http://www.ancsf.org     [09 Oct 2016]

Art in Action     Provides a high quality, comprehensive K-8 visual arts curriculum. Students learn about works of art from cultures around the world, how to look at art using art vocabulary and concepts; and how to express themselves by creating their own unique masterpieces. Taught by parent volunteers or teacher, the program is supported by training classes and online resources and creates a community of art at schools. The multifaceted lessons develop students’ critical-thinking skills, creativity, visual literacy, self-esteem, and an appreciation of other cultures.     Address: 3925 Bohannon Drive, Suite 300, Menlo Park CA 94025     Voice: (650) 566-8339     Fax: (650) 566-8319     Email: info@artinaction.org     Web: http://www.artinaction.org     [12 Oct 2015]

Art of Yoga Project     Designed to help at-risk girls by focusing on early intervention and preparing girls for a positive future. We are leaders in revolutionizing the rehabilitation of girls by offering trauma-informed, strength-based, gender-responsive services. Our mission is to lead teenage girls in the California juvenile justice system toward accountability to self, others and community by providing practical tools to affect behavioral change.     Address: 555 Bryant Street #232, Palo Alto CA 94301-1704     Web: http://www.theartofyogaproject.org/     [09 Apr 2016]

Artists’ Television Access (ATA)     A San Francisco-based, artist-run, non-profit organization that cultivates and promotes culturally-aware, underground media and experimental art. We provide an accessible screening venue and gallery for the presentation of programmed and guest-curated screenings, exhibitions, performances, workshops and events. We believe in fostering a supportive community for the exhibition of innovative art and the exchange of non-conformist ideas.     Address: 992 Valencia Street (near 21st), San Francisco CA 94110     Voice: (415) 824-3890     Email: ata@atasite.org     Web: http://www.atasite.org     [11 Oct 2015]

ArtSpan     Committed to cultivating a vibrant, accessible, and world-class art community in San Francisco and to promoting the city’s unique creative energy locally and globally. We champion an inclusive art experience by providing hundreds of local artists with the equal opportunity to showcase their work and make direct connections to diverse audiences and patrons. We are guided by the belief that artists play a vital role in society and that broad public engagement with their work is essential to defining a new cultural environment for our changing city.     Address: SOMArts Cultural Center, 934 Brannan Street, 2nd Floor, San Francisco CA 94103     Voice: (415) 861-9838     Email: info@artspan.org     Web: http://www.artspan.org     [17 Jan 2015]

As You Sow     Promotes environmental and social corporate responsibility through shareholder advocacy, coalition building, and innovative legal strategies. Our efforts create large-scale systemic change by establishing sustainable and equitable corporate practices. As You Sow was founded on the belief that many environmental and human rights issues can be resolved by increased corporate responsibility. As investor representatives, we communicate directly with corporate executives to collaboratively develop and implement business models that reduce risk, benefit brand reputation, and protect long term shareholder value while simultaneously bringing about positive change for the environment and human rights.     Address: 1611 Telegraph Avenue, Suite 1450, Oakland CA 94612     Voice: (510) 735-8158     Fax: (510) 735-8143     Web: http://www.asyousow.org     [12 Jan 2014]

Asexuality Visibility and Education Network (AVEN)     Hosts the world’s largest online asexual community as well as a large archive of resources on asexuality. AVEN strives to create open, honest discussion about asexuality among sexual and asexual people alike. Unlike celibacy, which is a choice, asexuality is a sexual orientation. Asexual people have the same emotional needs as everybody else and are just as capable of forming intimate relationships.     Web: http://www.asexuality.org     [17 Apr 2016]

Ashkenaz Music and Dance Community Center (Ashkenaz)     Presents concerts, classes, and workshops of participatory dance and music rooted in traditional cultures from around the world. We are committed to providing a great place to dance that supports local and international bands of both established and emerging artists in a respectful, comfortable, safe, and family atmosphere. Through this we build friendship and culturally inclusive community that encourages social awareness, education, and dedication to fairness, honor, and equality.     Address: 1317 San Pablo Avenue (near Gilman), Berkeley CA 94702     Voice: (510) 525-5099 (office); (510) 525-5054 (showline)     Fax: (510) 525-3630     Web: http://www.ashkenaz.com/     [25 Jul 2014]

Asian Americans for Community Involvement (AACI)     Santa Clara County’s largest community-based organization focused on the Asian community. Our mission is to improve the health, mental health and well-being of individuals, families and the Asian community by: * Providing an array of high quality health and human services. * Sharing expertise about the Asian community’s needs and best service delivery practices. * Providing Asian leadership in advocating on key health and human services issues.     Address: 2400 Moorpark Avenue, Suite 300, San Jose CA 95128     Voice: (408) 975-2730     Fax: (408) 975-2745     Email: info@aaci.org     Web: http://www.aaci.org     [17 Jan 2015]

Asian Americans for Community Outreach (AACO)     An organization dedicated to creating a forum in the San Francisco Bay Area where Asian American professionals and students can meet and foster the common goal of community service, benefiting the extended community as a whole. AACO members can be found throughout the Bay Area. AACO organizes community service and social events and promotes awareness of social and political issues relevant to Asian Americans. By bringing together people from many diverse fields, AACO hopes to pool its members’ knowledge, strength, and experience to make a positive impact on our community.     Email: info@aaco-sf.org     Web: http://www.aaco-sf.org     [15 Jul 2017]

Asian Community Mental Health Services     Provides multicultural and multilingual services, empowering the most vulnerable members of our community to lead healthy, productive and contributing lives. Our vision is to grow as a responsive and innovative organization, embracing diversity and compassionate care, setting the standard of excellence for integrated services to Asian & Pacific Islander communities.     Address: 310 Eighth Street, Suite 201, Oakland CA 94607     Voice: (510) 869-6000     Fax: (510) 268-0202     Email: info@acmhs.org     Web: http://www.acmhs.org     [17 Jan 2015]

Asian Health Services     We are a community health center that offers primary health care services with 36 exam rooms and a dental clinic with 7 chairs. Our mission is to serve and advocate for the medically underserved, including the immigrant and refugee Asian community, and to assure equal access to health care services regardless of income, insurance status, language, or culture. Our staff is fluent in English and eleven Asian languages: Cantonese, Vietnamese, Mandarin, Karen Korean, Khmer (Cambodian), Mien, Mongolian, Tagalog, Lao and Burmese.     Address: 818 Webster Street, Oakland CA 94607     Voice: (510) 986-6800     Web: http://www.asianhealthservices.org/     [17 Jan 2015]

Asian Immigrant Women Advocates (AIWA)     As a community based organization, AIWA is primarily concerned with developing the collective leadership of low-income immigrant women and youth to organize for positive changes in their living and working conditions. Since 1983, AIWA has focused its programs in three major areas: Education, Leadership Development and Collective Action.     Address: 310 Eighth Street #301 (near Harrison), Oakland CA 94607     Voice: (510) 268-0192     Fax: (510) 268-0194     Email: info@aiwa.org     Web: http://www.aiwa.org     [25 Jul 2014]

Asian Law Caucus     The nation’s first legal and civil rights organization serving the low-income Asian Pacific American communities. Advancing Justice – ALC focuses on housing rights, immigration and immigrants’ rights, labor and employment issues, student advocacy (ASPIRE), civil rights and hate violence, national security, and criminal justice reform. As a founding affiliate of Asian Americans Advancing Justice, the organization also helps to set national policies in affirmative action, voting rights, Census and language rights.     Address: 55 Columbus Avenue, San Francisco CA 94111     Voice: (415) 896-1701     Fax: (415) 896-1702     Web: http://www.asianlawcaucus.org     [15 Jul 2017]

Asian Neighborhood Design     Dedicated to providing low- and moderate-income community residents with a full range of high quality professional architectural and planning services. Plus we plan, design, and build affordable and sustainable housing.     Address: 1245 Howard Street, San Francisco CA 94103     Voice: (415) 575-0423     Web: http://www.andnet.org     [05 Apr 2015]

Asian Pacific Environmental Network (APEN)     Brings together a collective voice to develop an alternative agenda for environmental, social and economic justice. Through building an organized movement, we strive to bring fundamental changes to economic and social institutions that will prioritize public good over profits and promote the right of every person to a decent, safe, affordable quality of life, and the right to participate in decisions affecting our lives. APEN holds this vision of environmental justice for all people. Our work focuses on Asian and Pacific Islander communities.     Address: 426 17th Street, Suite 500, Oakland CA 94612     Voice: (510) 834-8920     Fax: (510) 834-8926     Web: http://www.apen4ej.org     [15 Jul 2017]

Asian Pacific Islander Legal Outreach      A community-based, social justice organization serving the Asian and Pacific Islander, and other communities of the Greater Bay Area. With offices in Oakland and San Francisco, our work is focused in the areas of violence against women/family law, immigration and immigrant rights, senior law and elder abuse prevention, the rights of those with disabilities, anti-human trafficking, youth violence prevention, affordable housing preservation and tenants’ rights, and other social justice issues.     Address: 1121 Mission Street, San Francisco CA 94103     Voice: (415) 567-6255     Fax: (415) 567-6248     Web: http://www.apilegaloutreach.org     [09 Apr 2017]

Asian Women’s Shelter     Mission is to eliminate domestic violence by promoting the social, economic and political self-determination of women and all survivors of violence and oppression. AWS is committed to every person’s right to live in a violence-free home. AWS works with all survivors and has specific expertise to address the cultural and language needs of Asian and other immigrant and refugee survivors, as well as others who face barriers to accessing existing sources of safety and support. In order to address how domestic violence is compounded for survivors and communities as it combines with sexism, classism, racism, homo/bi/transphobia, xenophobia, ableism and ageism, AWS operates through a margin-to-center anti-oppression framework that can create holistic and lasting change toward peace. This perspective is reflected in our broad strategy that integrates culturally relevant and language-accessible shelter and transitional services, training and capacity-building programs, systems and public policy work, and community mobilization initiatives and advocacy.     Address: 3543 18th Street #19, San Francisco CA 94110     Voice: (415) 751-7110     Fax: (415) 751-0806     Email: info@sfaws.org     Web: http://www.sfaws.org     [16 Jul 2016]

Aspect Foundation     Mission is to build international goodwill, cross-cultural understanding and a peaceful future through educational and cultural exchange. Aspect Foundation was founded in 1985 as a small non-profit organization offering affordable study-abroad opportunities to students from around the world. We continue our mission today by providing a variety of outstanding educational and cultural exchange programs both in the United States and countries abroad. Students and host families alike have the opportunity to make lasting connections and meaningfully experience new cultures, traditions, and points of view.     Address: 211 Sutter Street, 10th Floor, San Francisco CA 94108     Voice: (800) 879-6884     Fax: (415) 228-8051     Email: exchange@aspectfoundation.org     Web: http://www.aspectfoundation.org     [25 May 2015]

Aspire Education Project     Because better education builds communities, increases economic potential and enriches lives, Aspire Education Project is dedicated to providing the best academic support to all K-12 students. In order to make a lasting impact, our educators build relationships with students, model lifelong learning and empower those they teach to educate others.     Address: POBox 10083, Oakland CA 94610     Voice: (510) 658-7500     Fax: (510) 452-1727     Email: info@aspireeducation.org     Web: http://www.aspireeducation.org     [25 Jul 2014]

Association for India’s Development (AID)     A volunteer movement promoting sustainable, equitable and just development. AID supports grassroots organizations in India and initiates efforts in various interconnected spheres such as education, livelihoods, natural resources including land, water and energy, agriculture, health, women’s empowerment and social justice.     Web: http://www.aidindia.org     [07 Jan 2017]

Asylum Access     An innovative international nonprofit dedicated to making refugee rights a reality. Asylum Access empowers refugees in Africa, Asia and Latin America to live safely, work, send children to school and rebuild their lives.     Address: 1611 Telegraph Avenue, Suite #1111, Oakland CA 94612     Voice: (510) 891-8700     Email: info@asylumaccess.org     Web: http://www.asylumaccess.org/     [25 Jul 2014]

Atheist Advocates of San Francisco     We are inspired by a vision of a vibrant Bay Area atheist and freethinker movement that is tied into the national movement. We strongly advocate activism, including rallies and speaking at government meetings on issues of vital importance to atheists and freethinkers. We certainly welcome atheists and freethinkers who want to socialize at picnics and have discussions at educational meetings without getting more active. We will continue to organize such events, as we have done in the past, but are convinced that we must go beyond meetings and dinners to activism in order to affect change.     Web: http://atheistadvocatesofsanfrancisco.com/     [17 Jan 2015]

Atheists of Silicon Valley     We are an atheist organization founded by atheists for atheists. We want to live religion-free lives and promote our U.S. Constitutional right of freedom from religion. We are affiliated with American Atheists, and are committed to: Defending the separation of government & religion, and the civil rights of atheists Promoting critical thinking, with science as our basis for knowledge Understanding our love and compassion Promoting respect toward all Freethinkers Educating the public about atheists & atheism Meeting other atheists for mutual learning and enjoyment     Web: http://www.godlessgeeks.com/     [15 Jul 2017]

Attitudinal Healing Connection, Inc. (AHC)     Empowers individuals to be self aware and inspired through arts, creativity and education, making positive choices to break the cycle of violence for themselves and their communities.     Address: 3278 West Street (near 33rd Street), Oakland CA 94608     Voice: (510) 652-5530     Fax: (510) 652-8233     Email: info@ahc-oakland.org     Web: http://www.ahc-oakland.org     [17 Jan 2015]

Attorneys for the Rights of the Child (ARC)     Mission is to secure equal protection for, and broaden public and legal recognition of, children’s legal and human rights to bodily integrity and self-determination that are violated by unnecessary genital cutting of male, female and intersex children. By understanding the medical and psychological harm caused by circumcision and by positioning ourselves to enforce the legal and human rights guarantees of physical integrity and self-determination, we can work for the best interests of children, by guaranteeing them equal protection under the law.     Address: c/o J. Steven Svoboda, Esq., 2961 Ashby Avenue, Berkeley CA 94705     Voice: (510) 464-4530     Web: http://www.arclaw.org/     [15 Jul 2017]

Automobile Moratorium     A grassroots organization committed to the realization of a Car-Free Day in towns and cities across America… A day in which the streets will be open to people, bicycles and other human powered vehicles – but closed to private fossil-fueled transportation.     Address: POBox 9409, Berkeley CA 94709     Voice: (510) 967-4722     Email: moxieman@marctwang.com     Web: http://www.marctwang.org/auto.html     [05 Apr 2015]

BADIL Resource Center for Palestinian Residency & Refugee Rights     An independent, human rights non-profit organization committed to protect and promote the rights of Palestinian refugees and internally displaced persons. Our vision, mission, programs and relationships are defined by our Palestinian identity and the principles of international humanitarian and human rights law. We seek to advance the individual and collective rights of the Palestinian people on this basis.     Web: http://www.badil.org/     [09 Apr 2017]

Baker Creek Heirloom Seeds     Carries one of the largest selections of seeds from the 19th century, including many Asian and European varieties. The company has become a tool to promote and preserve our agricultural and culinary heritage. They also work extensively to supply free seeds to many of the world’s poorest countries, as well as here at home in school gardens and other educational projects. It is their goal to educate everyone about a better, safer food supply and fight gene-altered, Frankenfood and the companies that support it. Their West Coast store is the Petaluma Seed Bank, in a historic bank building.     Web: http://www.rareseeds.com     [04 Dec 2014]

Bank Information Center (BiC)     Partners with civil society in developing and transition countries to influence the World Bank and other international financial institutions (IFIs) to promote social and economic justice and ecological sustainability. BIC is an independent, non-profit, non-governmental organization that advocates for the protection of rights, participation, transparency, and public accountability in the governance and operations of the World Bank Group and regional development banks.     Web: http://www.bankinformationcenter.org/     [28 Jan 2017]

Baring Witness     A global partnership of men and women who create words of peace with their bodies. A project of Mow and Sow, a 501(c)(3) organization, we manifest a continuum of global peace and environmental actions. Baring Witness maintains the website BaringWitness.org and provides international media contacts and communications for the global network of the hundreds of thousands of people in our extended community. Our mission is to promote non-violent community-based action by educating the public through media, web, print and film venues. Our aim is to create a peace-based culture of partnership between men and women, without blame.     Web: http://www.baringwitness.org/     [09 Apr 2014]

Bay Area American Indians Two-Spirits (BAAITS)     A community-based volunteer organization offering culturally relevant activities for Gay, Lesbian, Bisexual, Transgender and Intersex Native Americans, their families and friends. Two-Spirit refers to the commonly shared notion among many Native American tribes that some individuals naturally possessed and manifested both a masculine and feminine spiritual qualities. American society commonly identifies Two-Spirit People as Gay, Lesbian, Bisexual or Transgender.     Address: SF LGBT Center, 1800 Market Street, Box 95, San Francisco CA 94102-6227     Web: http://www.baaits.org     [05 Apr 2015]

Bay Area Animal Rights Network (BAARN)     A network of animal advocates and organizations within the San Francisco Bay Area working on behalf of animals and animal rights. BAARN activists may be concerned with factory farming, vivisection and animal research/testing, animals used for their fur, circuses, rodeos, pet issues, promoting vegetarianism/veganism, and more.     Web: http://groups.yahoo.com/group/baarn/     [25 Apr 2015]

Bay Area Association of Disabled Sailors (BAADS)     Seeks to make all aspects of sailing accessible. To fulfill this mission, we offer weekly dinghy sailing, keelboat sailing, and Veterans sailing out of South Beach Marina, adjacent to AT&T Park. In addition to our weekly sailing programs, BAADS hosts and participates in a variety of regattas and informal races both locally and internationally.     Address: Pier 40, The Embarcadero, San Francisco CA 94107     Voice: (415) 281-0212     Web: http://www.baads.org     [09 Oct 2016]

Bay Area Barns and Trails     Assists landowners and land managers with preservation and maintenance of publicly accessible barns, stables, pastures, staging areas, horse camps, and trails throughout Alameda, Contra Costa, Marin, Napa, San Mateo, San Francisco, Santa Clara, Solano, and Sonoma Counties.     Address: POBox 2435, Mill Valley CA 94942-2435     Voice: (415) 457-1940     Email: babtt@sonic.net     Web: http://bayareabarnsandtrails.com     [11 Oct 2015]

Bay Area Bisexual Network (BABN)     Based in San Francisco with members from all over the Bay Area. Our mission is to develop a healthy, vibrant, multicultural bisexual community in the San Francisco Bay Area and to promote better understanding of bisexual lives and issues within the larger lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, queer (LGBTIQQ) community and the public. We offer: * Two email lists. The events list is a low-volume, moderated list. Our chat list is a free-form discussion of whatever you fancy. * Facebook Open Group with about 250 members. This Open Group is lightly moderated and is high volume. * Information and referral. * A monthly trans/bi brunch group that meets at Crepevine on Church and Market at 12:30pm on the 4th Saturday. * Other Cultural & social events.     Address: SFLGBT Community Center, 1800 Market Street, PMB #101, San Francisco CA 94102     Email: director@bayareabisexualnetwork.org     Web: http://www.bayareabisexualnetwork.org     [09 Feb 2014]

Bay Area Center for Nonviolent Communication (BayNVC)     BayNVC is home to a number of projects and groups working under the same umbrella to apply and promote the principles and practices of Nonviolent Communication. Most of these are operated and run by BayNVC staff and trainers and include private sessions, classes, organizational services, retreats, and a variety of projects designed for social transformation. In addition, BayNVC provides fiscal sponsorship and financial services to other relevant projects by request.     Address: POBox 22872, Oakland CA 94609     Voice: (510) 433-0700     Fax: (510) 452-3900     Email: nvc@baynvc.org     Web: http://www.baynvc.org/   http://www.cnvc.org     [15 Jul 2017]

Bay Area Coalition for Headwaters Forest (BACH)     Mission is to educate and build support in the Bay Area for the preservation of biologically viable redwood and other forests, and to provide links to rural grassroots organizations and campaigns in Northern California. BACH connects local environmentalists with forest activists to strengthen campaigns to preserve old growth native ecosystems, with real solutions for forest workers and communities.     Address: 2530 San Pablo Avenue, Berkeley CA 94702     Voice: (510) 548-3113     Email: bach[at]headwaterspreserve[dot]org     Web: http://www.headwaterspreserve.org     [17 Apr 2016]

Bay Area Community Exchange (BACE Timebank)     With BACE Timebank, the currency is time, and everyone’s time is equal. For every hour you spend doing something for someone in your community, you earn one hour to use to have someone do something for you. It is an alternative way to give and receive resources. It’s that simple. Timebanks have been helping to rebuild the informal, village economy for over twenty years. There are now over 300 communities in 22 countries that are using this (pay it forward) system to help their communities grow and thrive.      Web: http://timebank.sfbace.org/     [09 Apr 2017]

Bay Area Crisis Nursery     Free residential childcare (1 to 30 days) for families in crisis or parents just needing a break (respite). Children must be aged zero to 11 years. No other restrictions such as family location or financial means.     Address: 1506 Mendocino Drive, Concord CA 94521     Voice: (925) 685-8052     Web: http://www.bayareacrisisnursery.org/     [27 Mar 2016]

Bay Area Fair Trade Coalition     An all volunteer group of students, community leaders, business leaders and people of faith to raise awareness and build demand for fair trade products here in the Bay Area. Through our community outreach events, retail canvasses and product giveaways, we work to increase awareness of the benefits of fair trade for farmers and workers in the developing world.     Web: http://bayareafairtradecoalition.blogspot.com/     [15 Jul 2017]

Bay Area Friends of Tibet (BAFoT)     Mission is to study, promote interest in, and actively preserve Tibetan culture in all its aspects; to educate the general public in matters pertaining to Tibet and the Tibetan people; and to provide assistance to Tibetans.     Address: 1310 Fillmore Street, Suite 401, San Francisco CA 94115     Voice: (415) 409-6353     Email: bafot@friends-of-tibet.org     Web: http://www.friends-of-tibet.org     [15 Jul 2017]

Bay Area Girls Rock Camp (BAGRC)     Empowers girls through music, promoting an environment that fosters self-confidence, creativity and teamwork. Although our camp centers the experiences of young women, we are committed to gender justice and creating an inclusive environment that supports a wide range of marginalized gender identities and expressions. BAGRC challenges gender stereotypes, encourages collaboration and tolerance among peers, and provides a comfortable space for people of all backgrounds to express themselves. Through music lessons, workshops, group activities, and performances, girls acquire skills that help guide them throughout their lives.     Address: POBox 72213, Oakland CA 94612     Voice: (510) 267-1808     Web: http://www.bayareagirlsrockcamp.org     [15 Jul 2017]

Bay Area Green Business Program     Verifies that businesses meet our higher standards of environmental performance. Our partnership of government agencies and utilities helps local businesses comply with environmental regulations and take additional actions to conserve resources, prevent pollution, minimize waste, and reduce their carbon footprint. We offer businesses and agencies an easy-to-use framework for improving environmental performance. More than 2,300 businesses and public agencies have been certified since 1996.     Web: http://www.greenbiz.ca.gov/     [17 Jan 2015]

Bay Area Green Tours     We provide educational tours and events that demonstrate the sustainable economy in action, inspire support of local green businesses, and empower people to incorporate environmental responsibility and social justice into their personal and professional lives. Serves as a conduit to solutions for a more sustainable future and a bridge from the past to all new possibilities.The fundamental idea of Bay Area Green Tours arose from a fourth grade field trip to a waste water treatment plant in New York City which our Founding Executive Director, Marissa LaMagna, attended. She couldn’t help but wonder: “Where does all the waste go”?     Address: 339 15th Street, #208, Oakland CA 94612     Voice: (510) 704-0379     Email: info@bayareagreentours.org     Web: http://www.bayareagreentours.org/     [27 May 2017]

Bay Area Intactivists     A human rights organization comprised of community members who are working to end forced genital modification. Our mission is to defend the human right to genital integrity and to ensure that the genital autonomy of every individual is respected without discrimination based on sex, age, ethnicity, religious beliefs, disability, gender identity, or sexual orientation. We oppose all forms of unnecessary genital modification such as non-therapeutic circumcision and genital “normalizing” surgery when performed on individuals who are unable to provide informed consent.     Web: http://www.bayareaintactivists.org     [14 May 2016]

Bay Area Iranian American Democrats (BAIAD)     A grassroots political organization that stands for protecting the rights and interests of Iranian-Americans by empowering the Iranian-American political voice. BAIAD seeks to promote progressive values such as social justice, responsibility and fairness through education, political participation, public and political advocacy, and grassroots activism. A 100% volunteer-based organization that was founded in June 2004 on the basic principle that the time has come for Iranian Americans to develop a powerful political voice and influence by becoming active and responsible participants of American democracy.     Voice: (415) 315-9959     Email: info1-at-baiad.org     Web: http://www.baiad.org/     [11 Oct 2015]

Bay Area Labor Heritage Rockin’ Solidarity Chorus     Based in the San Francisco Bay Area and is made up of workers from many unions, as well as students and independent folks who love to sing. We are dedicated to building more democracy and representation within our unions and we come together to celebrate our love of music and workers’ culture.     Voice: (415) 648-3457     Email: wynnegilbert@igc.org     Web: http://laborchorus.com/     [25 Apr 2015]

Bay Area Legal Aid (BayLegal)     Provides free civil legal advice, counsel and representation to low-income people living in the counties of Alameda, Contra Costa, Marin, Napa, San Francisco, San Mateo, and Santa Clara.     Address: 1735 Telegraph Avenue, Oakland CA 94612     Voice: (510) 663-4745     Web: http://baylegal.org/     [12 Jan 2014]

Bay Area Legal Aid, Contra Costa County     See description at Bay Area Legal Aid, Alameda County.     Address: 1025 Macdonald Avenue, Richmond CA 94801     Voice:  (510) 233-9954     Fax: (510) 236-6846     Web: http://www.baylegal.org     [05 Apr 2015]

Bay Area Legal Aid, Marin County     See description at Bay Area Legal Aid, Alameda County.     Address: 30 North San Pedro Road, San Rafael CA 94903     Voice: (415) 479-8224     Fax: (415) 479-8549     Web: http://www.baylegal.org     [05 Apr 2015]

Bay Area Legal Aid, San Francisco County     See description at Bay Area Legal Aid, Alameda County.     Address: 1035 Market Street, 6th Floor, San Francisco CA 94103     Voice: (415) 982-1300     Fax: (415) 982-4243     Web: http://www.baylegal.org     [05 Apr 2015]

Bay Area Legal Aid, San Mateo County     See description at Bay Area Legal Aid, Alameda County.     Address: 1048 El Camino Real, Suite A, Redwood City CA 94063     Voice: (650) 358-0745     Fax: (650) 358-0751     Web: http://www.baylegal.org     [05 Apr 2015]

Bay Area Legal Aid, Santa Clara County     See description at Bay Area Legal Aid, Alameda County.     Address: 2 West Santa Clara Street, 8th Floor, San Jose CA 95113     Voice: (408) 283-3700     Fax: (408) 283-3750     Web: http://www.baylegal.org     [05 Apr 2015]

Bay Area Literacy (BALIT)     Serves adults in the Bay Area who choose to improve their reading and writing skills. BALit’s 24 member programs are located in libraries from Marin County to Santa Clara County. Each year these programs serve some 6,500 adults, helping them to achieve their goals and expand their opportunities. Library-based literacy programs offer free, individualized and confidential tutoring with trained volunteer tutors from the community. Learners gain the skills they need to read to their children, complete job applications, pass the driver’s test, write a birthday card and achieve whatever goals they have set for themselves. Tutors are amazed by what they learn from their partners.     Web: http://www.balit.org     [15 Jul 2017]

Bay Area Naturists     A loosely-knit collection of people in the San Francisco and Monterey Bay areas who believe that the human species must live in harmony with itself and the other species which populate Planet Earth, believe in the fundamental wholesomeness of the human body, and regard it as neither an object of shame nor a subject for degrading exploitation, and advocate the acceptance of suitable areas for nude recreation.     Address: POBox 23781, San Jose CA 95153-3781     Web: http://www.bayareanaturists.org/     [30 Jul 2014]

Bay Area Outreach and Recreation Program (BORP)     Works to improve the health, independence and social integration of people with physical disabilities through sports, fitness and recreation programs. At BORP, we believe that sports and recreation provide a path to greater achievement to which all people should have access, and we continually strive to make this a reality.     Address: 3075 Adeline Street, Suite 200, Berkeley CA 94703-2578     Voice: (510) 849-4663     Fax: (510) 849-4616     Email: info@borp.org     Web: http://www.borp.org     [05 Apr 2015]

Bay Area Reporter (BAR)     The nation’s oldest and highest circulation LGBT news weekly serving San Francisco’s lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender communities. Founded in 1971, B.A.R. is regarded for its original writing covering news and entertainment relevant to our lives. B.A.R. is published every Thursday by BAR Media Inc., and is distributed in San Francisco and surrounding cities of the Bay Area.     Address: 225 Bush Street, 17th Floor, San Francisco CA 94104     Voice: (415) 861-5019     Email: michael@ebar.com     Web: http://www.ebar.com/     [13 Apr 2014]

Bay Area Seed Interchange Library (BASIL)     A library of vegetable, herb, and flower seeds freely available to the public. Patrons check out seeds, grow them, let some plants go to so seed, then return those seeds to the library to share with other gardeners. We are located at the Berkeley Ecology Center.     Email: basil@ecologycenter.org     Web: http://www.ecologycenter.org/basil     [12 Apr 2015]

Bay Area United Against War Newsletter (BAUAW)     Anti-war news from Bay Area United Against War, an activist-oriented newsletter based in San Francisco, CA.     Web: http://www.bauaw.org     [11 Oct 2015]

Bay Area Vegetarians (BAVeg)     A grassroots, all-volunteer organization dedicated to supporting and promoting a compassionate, vegan lifestyle through our calendar/newsletter covering the 9 countines within the San Francisco Bay Area (Alameda, Contra Costa, Marin, Napa, San Francisco, San Mateo, Santa Clara, Solano and Sonoma). We also offer an online guide to vegan and vegetarian restaurants and services, and the email discussion list SFBAVeg. Volunteers welcome.     Web: http://bayareaveg.org     [09 Nov 2014]

Bay Area Video Coalition (BAVC)     A community hub and resource for media makers in the Bay Area and across the country, serving over 7,500 freelancers, filmmakers, job-seekers, activists, and artists every year. BAVC provides access to media making technology, storytelling workshops, a diverse and engaged community of makers and producers, services and resources. BAVC advocates for those whose stories aren’t being told, and provides the resources for anyone to create and share, and amplify their stories and those of their communities. BAVC’s diverse, innovative programs lead the field in media training for youth and educators, technology and multimedia focused workforce development, visually-driven new media storytelling and audio-visual preservation.     Address: 2727 Mariposa Street, Second Floor (at Bryant), San Francisco CA 94110     Voice: (415) 861-3282     Fax: (415) 861-4316     Email: info@bavc.org     Web: http://www.bavc.org     [16 Jul 2016]

Bay Area Wilderness Training (BAWT)     Founded with the idea that California’s bountiful wilderness areas are a vast – yet untapped – resource for local youth-serving organizations. BAWT promotes the wise use of these national, state and regional parks through our professional wilderness leadership training. Then, we connect the teachers and youth workers to our outdoor gear libraries. That way, youth organizations and schools may outfit their groups for trips of their own – free of charge! We believe that well led trips to granite cliffs, isolated beaches and ancient redwoods provide youth with powerful, life changing experiences.     Address: 1050 East 8th Street, Oakland CA 94606     Voice: (510) 452-BAWT (2298)     Email: info@bawt.org     Web: http://www.bawt.org     [12 Apr 2015]

Bay Area Women Against Rape (BAWAR)     From its beginnings in 1971, BAWAR has addressed the problem of sexual assault with two basic goals: 1) to establish a place where rape and incest survivors could receive the quality counseling and advocacy they need, and 2) to provide community education regarding sexual assault issues.     Address: 470 27th Street, Oakland CA 94612     Voice: (510) 430-1298 (office); (510) 845-7273 (24-hour crisis line)     Fax: (510) 430-2579     Email: bawar@bawar.org     Web: http://www.bawar.org/     [12 Jan 2014]

Bay Area Women in Black     Bay Area Women in Black are Jews and allies in the United States who stand against militaristic and fundamentalist leadership in all countries, including our own. We are committed to nonviolent resistance against injustice, believing that all people have the right to security, home, education, justice and freedom. We are part of the international movement of Women in Black, a transnational network of feminist activists which includes women of many ethnic and national backgrounds who cooperate across these and other differences. Our international solidarity is an expression of the political decision to attempt to create a moral and ethical way to live our interconnected lives.     Web: http://www.bayareawomeninblack.org     [30 Jul 2014]

Bay Bucks     We believe that our current monetary system, where private banks issues and controls debt-based money that necessitates infinite growth, is the root of many evils. Thus, we must first build a regional currency to serve as the foundation of a new regional economy. The currency must be designed to incentivize collaborative and sustainable rather than selfish and destructive behaviors. We learned from an immensely successful regional currency from Switzerland called the WIR, enhanced it with more social features, and implemented it in the Bay Area. This complementary monetary system operates through a business-to-business barter exchange.     Web: http://www.baybucks.com     [19 May 2014]

The Bay Institute     The leader in protecting and restoring the entire watershed which drains into San Francisco Bay. For nearly 30 years, we have been developing and leading model scientific research, education and advocacy programs to preserve this watershed, which includes the Sacramento and the San Joaquin rivers and their tributaries; Suisun Marsh; San Pablo Bay; and San Francisco Bay.     Address: 350 Bay Street, #100 PMB 316, San Francisco CA 94133     Voice: (415) 262-4735     Fax: (415) 623-5324     Email: bayinfo@bay.org     Web: http://www.bay.org     [30 Jul 2014]

Bay Nature Institute     Dedicated to educating the people of the San Francisco Bay Area about, and celebrating the beauty of, the surrounding natural world. We do so with the aim of inspiring residents to explore and preserve the diverse and unique natural heritage of the region, and of nurturing productive relationships among the many organizations and individuals working towards these same goals.     Address: 1328 Sixth Street, Suite 2, Berkeley CA 94710     Voice: (510) 528-8550     Fax: (510) 528-8117     Email: baynature@baynature.org     Web: http://www.baynature.org     [12 Apr 2015]

Bay Rising     A burgeoning network of high-impact community-led organizations that are building collaborative infrastructure to advance equity at the regional level through coordinated civic engagement and public policy change efforts. Bay Rising represents a regional expansion of a model that has been successfully piloted at the local level by Oakland Rising and San Francisco Rising. Working Partnerships USA who is focusing their work in the San Jose area is an additional steering committee member.     Web: https://bayrising.org/     [27 Oct 2016]

Bay Trail     The Bay Trail is a planned recreational corridor that, when complete, will encircle San Francisco and San Pablo Bays with a continuous 500-mile network of bicycling and hiking trails. It will connect the shoreline of all nine Bay Area counties, link 47 cities, and cross the major toll bridges in the region. To date, approximately 330 miles of the alignment—over 60 percent of the Bay Trail’s ultimate length—have been completed.     Web: http://www.baytrail.org     [09 Apr 2014]

BAY-Peace: Better Alternatives for Youth     Supports and empowers Bay Area youth to transform militarism and other forms of violence through youth organizing and artistic resistance. We offer a wholistic youth leadership program that integrates vocational development, artistic expression, socio-political education, community organizing, healing and personal transformation.     Voice: (510) 863-1737     Email: baypeace@baypeace.org     Web: http://www.baypeace.org     [16 Jul 2016]

BayRail Alliance     A non-profit, 501(c)4 organization founded in 1983. For more than 20 years, we have advocated for improvements to rail public transit in the San Francisco Bay Area that will efficiently produce a quantum leap in their quality and convenience. Our mission is to build public awareness of and support for these plans, so as to improve our environment and quality of life. We’re interested in rail’s current and future potential to help the Bay Area reduce its dependence on automobiles, stop climate change and improve air quality, and for many other benefits.     Address: 3921 East Bayshore Road, Palo Alto CA 94303     Web: http://www.bayrailalliance.org     [16 Jan 2016]

BayVajra.info     A guide to San Francisco Bay Area Tibetan Buddhism, with a list of selected events and a directory of organizations.     Web: http://bayvajra.info/     [12 Apr 2015]

Bayview Hunter’s Point Center for Arts & Technology (BAYCAT)     The Digital Divide is not news anymore. But it continues to grow and evolve. Many young people in the Bay Area’s underserved neighborhoods are being left behind. They are not equipped to build a future in the digital creative field. That’s what BAYCAT is changing. Through education, employment and entertainment in digital media, we empower underserved youth and young adults, helping them find their place in the world.     Address: 2415 Third Street, Suite 230, San Francisco CA 94107     Voice: (415) 701-8CAT (8228)     Web: http://www.baycat.org/     [11 Oct 2015]

Bayview Hunters Point Health and Environmental Resource Center (HERC)     Mission is to promote the health & wellness of residents in low-income communities and to improve the environment where residents live & work.     Address: 6301 Third Street, Floor 2, San Francisco CA 94124     Voice: (415) 467-5555     Fax: (415) 467-5172     Web: http://www.bayviewherc.org/     [30 Jul 2014]

Bee Holistic Cat Rescue and Care     The only holistically oriented animal rescue in the San Francisco bay area. We offer services including rescue, hospice, rehabilitation, counseling, and adoption. We also do “TNRC” (trap, neuter, return, care for) free-living cats in established colonies. We believe that cats need and deserve outdoor access: Hunting! Tree-sitting! Being part of the great web of life! We use therapeutic modalities such as homeopathy, acupuncture, flower essences, and chiropractic care, and we work with intuitive communicators. We feed only raw organic food (yes, they ALL eat it!) Our cats thrive, physically and emotionally, under our care. Located in Richmond Hills.     Voice: (510) 237-1190     Email: Cynthia@BeeHolistic.com     Web: http://www.BeeHolistic.com     [09 Oct 2016]

Ben Lomond Quaker Center     A self-service conference and retreat center in northern California that offers simple, modestly priced, comfortable accommodations. We are located on 80 acres of redwood forest, an hour and a half south of San Francisco and 25 minutes outside of Santa Cruz.     Address: POBox 686, Ben Lomond CA 95005     Voice: (831) 336-8333     Fax: (831) 336-0218     Email: mail(at)quakercenter.org     Web: http://www.quakercenter.org/     [18 Oct 2015]

berberworld.com     A web site covering the Berber (Amazigh) people and culture. Berbers are the indigenous people of Northern Africa (Tamazgha), and continue to comprise a substantial portion of the population of Morocco and Algeria and elsewhere, yet their culture and language (Tamazight) are being actively repressed.     Web: http://www.mondeberbere.com/     [17 Jan 2015]

Berkeley Climate Action Coalition (BCAC)     A strong and growing network of local organizations and community members joining together to help implement the City of Berkeley’s ambitious, forty-year Climate Action Plan. We include residents, non-profits, the City of Berkeley, neighborhood groups, faith b