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#MeToo was created in 2006 by Tarana Burke to help survivors of sexual assault and to ensure survivors that they are not alone in their journey. In October 2017, #MeToo went viral on Twitter, and this group became an international organization, where survivors from all over the world were sharing their stories and creating support groups for all women affected by sexual violence. They are fighting to end sexual violence and are committed to “disrupting all systems that...
350.jpg organizes mass amounts of people to act against new coal, oil, and gas projects. With a network that extends to 188 countries, has no shortage of citizens committed to looking for clean energy solutions that will halt the heating of the planet. The organization derives it's name from what is typically regarded as the upper limit of what the earth can handle: 350 parts per million (ppm) of carbon in the atmosphere. Thus, it's three primary goals revolve...
The African Women's Development Fund is a regional grant-maker for African Women's Organisations. 
ADAPT, or Americans Disabled for Attendant Programs Today, is a disability rights collective focused on highlighting and changing the institutional discrimination faced by disabled people. Founded in 1983 as a collective of activists from multiple existing disability rights groups who demanded that city buses include wheelchair-accessible lifts, ADAPT soon branched out into other disability rights issues, such as legislation that solidifies the rights of disabled people...
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The Center for Earth Ethics "envisions a world where value is measured according to the sustained well-being of all people and our planet." They aim to accomplish this vision by cultivating "the public consciousness needed to make changes in policy and culture that will establish a new value system that is based on this vision of the world" through education, outreach, support, action, and activism. They organize their act(ivism)s into four main working groups: Eco-...
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City Plaza Hotel is a previously unoccupied hotel in Athens, Greece that has been taken over by activists and refugees to provide needed accommodation and services to refugees fleeing persecution in the Middle East, Africa and Afghanistan. The Hotel is a community of anarchists, leftist activists and refugees who believed in the idea of providing better quality resources for refugees entering Greece and ensuring that they are firmly treated with dignity and respect. The...
  Comando Colibrí, loosely translated as "The Hummingbird Command" or "The Hummingbird Gang", is a Mexican "guerrilla command" located in Mexico City and Chiapas that seek the "prevention of violence against women". They identify themselves as the "armed wing of decolonial latinamerican feminism" and offer self-defense clases including Muay Thai, Jiu Jitsu, and Kali, and empowerment and support services. 
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The main student protesters’ from the University of Missouri's 2015 protest was a group called Concerned Student 1950, which refers to the year the first black students were admitted to the university.
DUH (Demand Universal Healthcare) advocated for a National Improved Medicare for All (NIMA), which would expand the current Medicare system to provide healthcare to all Americans and it would also expand the types treatments covered by the insurance. They are a group based in Chicago, but most of their work is done through social media and their website.
DxE is an international grassroots network of animal rights activists who use non-violent direction action tactics to further animal rights. Their tactics include open rescue of animals from farms, protests, and community engagement. They believe in both "total animal liberation" as well as "species equality".
Farm Forward is an organization working to inform individuals about their food choices, increasing sustainable agriculture, and fighting for reduced animal suffering. They do this by bringing attention to unfair agriculture practices, like factory farming. Their work is primarily in the United States but they also work outside of the US. Their campaigns primarily focus on animal advocacy and working with farmers.
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Reef Relief is a nonprofit organization based in Key West, Florida focused on protecting and raising advocacy for coral reef ecosystems. The organization works to educate the public and policy makers on the importance of coral reefs to the ocean's health as well as the overarching issue of climate change. Throughout the years, reef relief has been seen impacting local and national policy change with regards to protecting marine ecosystems. 
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Food & Water Watch is a nongovernmental organization that advocates for healthy food and clean water for all. With the intention to stand up against corporations that care more about profit than other people, Food & Water Watch advocates for a democracy that protects the environment and improves quality of human lives across the world. The organization acknowledges the inequalities present in our food, water, and energy systems and aims to build a movement with...
Greenpeace is a nongovernmental organization that seeks to promote environmental justice through a variety of methods of nonviolent activism. Greenpeace's website states the following as its mission: Greenpeace is a global, independent campaigning organization that uses peaceful protest and creative communication to expose global environmental problems and promote solutions that are essential to a green and peaceful future (Greenpeace). Greenpeace is a truly global...
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Inside-Outside Alliance is a group based in Durham, NC that supports prisoners’ struggles on the inside and participates in struggles on the outside against our system of injustice that includes police, prisons, courts and immigration laws — the revolving door of incarceration.