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Alabama
Black Voters Matters - Alabama

Black Voters Matter Fund is dedicated to expanding Black voter engagement and increasing progressive power. In Alabama, led by LaTosha Brown, a Selma native, they were instrumental in defeating Republican Roy Moore and electing Democrat Doug Jones in a past Senate election, a win largely attributed to Black voters, and women in particular. The group raised money, provided grants to smaller GOTV efforts, organized rides to the polls, and created and distributed thousands of flyers and brochures.

Issue Areas: Economic Justice, Racial Justice, Voting Rights
Constituencies: African American, Faith-Based, Women
Group Type: 501c3, 501c4
Alabama
Faith in Action Alabama

PICO Affiliate in Alabama working with congregations around the state to build electoral engagement and mobilize faith communities on issues around mass criminalization and education.

Issue Areas: End Mass Criminalization
Constituencies: African American, Faith-Based, White Working Class
Group Type: 501c3
Alabama
Woke Vote / New Nations Rising Action Fund

WOKE VOTE surprised the nation by having trained college students and church-goers, organize and turn out African Americans across Alabama en masse to block an accused child molester from office, and elect Democrat Doug Jones to the Senate. They hosted a Woke Vote Conference: A Road Map to A Woke 2018, to take their model national, as they continue to work on the ground with other groups to boost voter engagement and hold government accountable to all the people of Alabama.

Issue Areas: End Mass Criminalization, Racial Justice, Voting Rights
Constituencies: African American, Faith-Based, Women, Youth and Students
Group Type: 501c4, PAC
Alaska
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Alaskans Take a Stand

Alaska
Native Peoples Action

A newly formed Indigenous-led organization that gives voice to the ancestral imperative to uplift Indigenous peoples. It provides Alaska Native peoples, communities, and their values a voice at all levels of policymaking and leverages a strong community network that provides guidance in connecting values with political candidates, proposed policies and land management. Their focus includes advocacy, education, local decision-making, and unifying Indigenous communities to address issues impacting their ways of life.

Issue Areas: Climate / Environment
Constituencies: Native American
Group Type: 501c4
Arizona
Aliento

An undocumented and youth-led organization of immigrant families including LGBTQ people and single-parent households affected by prisons and divisive narratives of “good vs. bad immigrant.” Aliento believes that communities have the power to engage in collective problem-solving. Through political education and art creation, they seek to shift away from the belief that punitive practices lead to justice. Through art, they heal and build power to reimagine a community without a punitive system.

Issue Areas: Immigrant Rights, Racial Justice
Constituencies: Latinx, Women, Youth and Students
Arizona
Arizona Black Voter Initiative

Developing leadership among Black communities by educating, organizing, and mobilizing citizens to participate in the democratic process. Empowering communities to make voting and civic participation a cultural responsibility and tradition in order to promote greater social and economic justice that will enhance the quality of life.

Issue Areas: Economic Justice
Constituencies: African American
Arizona
Arizona Coalition for Change / Our Voice Our Vote Arizona

A member-led organization that advocates for families in low to moderate income communities on the most pressing issues affecting Black, Latino, and Millennial communities. This grassroots movement focuses on developing leaders, mobilizing organizers, and empowering communities to take on issues including education equity, fair and free elections, and criminal justice reform. OVOV Arizona is leading a powerful engagement and training initiative to motivate voters to get to polls this November.

Issue Areas: Economic Justice, End Mass Criminalization, Immigrant Rights, Racial Justice, Voting Rights
Constituencies: African American, Latinx, Women, Youth and Students
Group Type: 501c3, 501c4
Arizona
Arizona Dream Act Coalition

An immigrant youth-led organization that fights for higher education and immigrant rights that began shortly after Prop 300 targeted the education of undocumented immigrant students forcing many out of school. It organizes in local communities to promote civic engagement and higher education. Since the announcement of DACA, it has served thousands of applicants free of cost with the support of local attorneys around Arizona.

Issue Areas: Immigrant Rights
Constituencies: Latinx
Group Type: 501c3
Arizona
Arizona Wins

A coalition of progressive advocacy organizations and labor unions formed as a direct response to the growing disenfranchisement of voters, attacks on Latinos, and the need to unite organizations to advocate for working families. They seek to change the state legislature and achieve progressive policies. With an electoral strategy and infrastructure, they are taking charge of securing goals in the state with a focus on engaging people of color, young people, and women.

Issue Areas: Economic Justice, Racial Justice, Voting Rights
Constituencies: African American, Latinx, Women, Youth and Students
Arizona
Bringing Arizonans Together in Action (BAZTA)

An energetic immigrant-led multi-racial multi-generational group that won the historic victory that ousted Sheriff Arpaio from office by organizing the largest GOTV canvassing in Arizona’s history. It inspired support from thousands of community members statewide and supporters from all over the US. They continue the resistance against racism and xenophobia outside of Arizona through direct action and electoral work.

Issue Areas: End Mass Criminalization, Immigrant Rights
Constituencies: African American, Latinx, Youth and Students
Group Type: 501c4
Arizona
Council on American Islamic Relations (CAIR) - Arizona

Defending rights and defeating intolerance, the Arizona chapter of the Council on American Islamic Relations is the leading American Muslim advocate for justice and mutual understanding in Arizona. Their mission is to enhance the understanding of Islam, encourage dialogue, protect civil liberties, empower American Muslims, and build coalitions that promote justice and mutual understanding.

Issue Areas: End Mass Criminalization, Immigrant Rights, Racial Justice, Voting Rights
Constituencies: Arab / Middle Eastern, Faith-Based, Latinx
Group Type: 501c3
Arizona
Diné Citizens Against Ruining our Environment (C.A.R.E)

Dine Citizens Against Ruining our Environment is a recognized environmental all-Navajo organization based within the Navajo homeland. Its empowering local and traditional people to organize, speak out and determine their own destinies. Its educating and advocating for traditional teachings and providing a voice for all life in the Four Sacred Mountains. Among their victories on multiple issues, a key one is winning reform of the Radiation Exposure Compensation Act.

Issue Areas: Climate / Environment, Economic Justice, Education, Racial Justice
Constituencies: Native American
Group Type: 501c3
Arizona
Living United Change for Arizona (LUCHA) / Arizona Center for Empowerment (ACE)

LUCHA and its c3 sister ACE are Center for Popular Democracy affiliates based in the Phoenix area, started to challenge anti-immigrant policies. They have over 1000 Latino and immigrant members, and provide empowerment services along with leadership development, organizing, and civic engagement at scale. They’ve led ballot campaigns including this year’s Minimum Wage initiative, and are part of a new collaborative effort to take out Arpaio and advance justice reform.

Issue Areas: Economic Justice, Immigrant Rights, Racial Justice
Constituencies: Latinx
Group Type: 501c3, 501c4
Arizona
Mi Familia Vota / Mi Familia Vota Education Fund - Arizona

A civic engagement organization and champion of civil rights building Latino political power. It unites Latinos, immigrants, and allies to promote social and economic justice through citizenship workshops, voter registration, and voter participation. Working on immigrant rights, voting rights, environment, workers rights, healthcare, and education. Its focused efforts to register and mobilize new and young voters to the polls this election cycle.

Issue Areas: Climate / Environment, Economic Justice, Education, Healthcare, Immigrant Rights, Voting Rights
Constituencies: Latinx
Group Type: 501c3, 501c4