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Group NameIssuesWebsite
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#Not1More
Immigrant Rightshttp://bit.ly/2hXhpe5Anyone
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350.orgClimate Justicehttp://bit.ly/2gQBkX5anyone
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ACT UP New YorkHealth, End AIDShttp://bit.ly/2hPqItvAnyone
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AdhikaarHuman Rights? Immigrant Rights?http://bit.ly/2hl2Z3oNepali-speakers
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African Communities TogetherImmigrant Rights, economic justicehttp://bit.ly/2hTIhZdserves African immigrants in US, but anyone is welcome to attend meetings
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AlignEconomic Justice, Environmental Justicehttp://bit.ly/2hKEU9Corganizations
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Audre Lorde ProjectLGBTSTGNC Justice/Social & Economic Justice for allhttp://bit.ly/2hPxLSCLesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Two Spirit, Trans and Gender Non Conforming People of Color and allies
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Autistic Self Advocacy NetworkDisability rightshttp://bit.ly/2iOajt5People with Autism
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Bend the ArcCriminal Justice, Fighting Trump, Multigenerational Organizinghttp://bit.ly/2hPyYtiJews, anyone, people in Long Island
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Black Alliance for Just ImmigrationImmigrant Rightshttp://bit.ly/2hOCZBhBlack immigrants
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Black and PinkPrison Abolition/Prison Industrial Complex
http://bit.ly/2hgUHJRanyone
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Black Youth ProjectBlack-led youth organizinghttp://bit.ly/2hK2W4RBlack People (18-35 yr old member base), email nyc.chapter@byp.org
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Brooklyn For PeaceWarhttp://bit.ly/2hgWeQ4anyone
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Brooklyn Movement CenterPolice Accountability, Food Justice, Street Harrasmenthttp://bit.ly/2i530syanyone
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Brooklyn NAACPEconomic Justice, Criminal Justice, Health, Laborhttp://bit.ly/2h1EQD6anyone: youth and adults
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CAAAV
Organizing Asian Communities
Asian Immigrants and Refugees Organizinghttp://bit.ly/2hgZ3kxAsian immigrants and refugees
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Center for Frontline RetailWorkers' Rights, economic justice
http://bit.ly/2gQHeHHretail workers
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Chinese Staff and Workers AssociationImmigrant Rights, workers' rightshttp://bit.ly/2hXUVK7Chinese workers
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Churches United for Fair HousingHousinghttp://bit.ly/2hPDyYGChristian youth and adults
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Cidadao Global/Global CitizenImmigrant Rights, workers' rights, economic justicehttp://bit.ly/2hXSsiFBrazilian immigrants
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Community Voices Heard Housing, Neighborhood Planning, Economic Justicehttp://bit.ly/2hOJlQManyone
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CosechaImmigrant Rights, Sanctuarieshttp://bit.ly/2hTN1yfimmigrants, anyone
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Council on American Islamic RelationsMuslim justice/anti-Islamophobia, racismhttp://bit.ly/2hK756hAnyone
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Critical ResistancePrison Abolition/Prison Industrial Complex
http://bit.ly/2hgX1kcAnyone
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Damayan Migrant Workers AssociationWorkers rights, racial justice, economic justicehttp://bit.ly/2h0Ev1Slow-wage Filipino domestic workers
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Desis Rising Up and Moving (DRUM)Immigrants Rights and morehttp://bit.ly/2hkXGRulow-wage South Asian immigrant workers and youth
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Domestic Workers United
Fair labor standardshttp://bit.ly/2hgUt5ACaribbean, Latina and African nannies, housekeepers, and elderly caregivers
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Democratic Soialists of AmericaEconomic justice
https://www.dsausa.org/chapters/#ny
anyone
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Equality for FlatbushPolice Accountability, GentrificationPeople of Color
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Faith in NYEconomic/Climate/Immigrant Justicehttp://bit.ly/2h1NRvMMembers of congregations
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Families for FreedomImmigrant Rights, Police Accountabilityhttp://bit.ly/2h1BC2gImmigrants facing deportation
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Families United for Racial and Economic Equality (FUREE)Housing, economic justice, voting rightshttp://bit.ly/2hK8Ccxanyone, youth (age 14-24), women of color
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FIERCEYouth Organizing, LGBTQ, Housinghttp://bit.ly/2hKim6RLGBTQ youth of color
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Foster Parent Advocacy FoundationHousing, Youth, Racial Justice, Police Accountability, Child Welfarehttp://bit.ly/2i9tLvKFoster parents
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Girls for Gender EquityYouth Organizing, Genderhttp://bit.ly/2i5fFeXteenage girls of color
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Global Action ProjectYouth Organizing, Mediahttp://bit.ly/2i9mlZBLGBTQI youth, immigrant youth age 14-24
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GOLES Good Ole Lower East SideEconomic Justice, Housing, senior citizens, youthhttp://bit.ly/2hl13YFlow and moderate income residents of the Lower East Side
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Hand in HandDomestic Workers Rights, immigrant rightsemail info@domesticemployers.orgdomestic workers, employers, teachers, parents, seniors, people with disabilities, people on PTAs
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IfNotNowPalestine/Israelhttp://bit.ly/2h5Qpt4Jews
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IndyKidsYouth, Mediahttp://bit.ly/2hJD5HHyouth age 9-16, adult writers
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Iraq Veterans Against the WarAnti War/US Militarismhttp://bit.ly/2i3ygfiVeterans
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Jewish Voice for PeacePalestine/Israel, Muslim Rights/solidarityhttp://bit.ly/2h5PR6rJews, anyone
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Jews for Racial & Economic JusticeRacial and economic justice including police violence, islamophobia, domestic workers, single-payer healthcare, anti-Jewish oppressionhttp://bit.ly/2hyEAdBJews, anyone
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Jobs With JusticeWorkers' Rights
http://bit.ly/2h1BKPsAnyone
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Laundry Workers CenterWorkers Rights, economic Justicehttp://bit.ly/2hTIwn5laundry, warehouse and food service workers
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Make the Road NYImmigration, economic justice, leadership development, youth empowerment, housing, police brutalityhttp://bit.ly/2hyHRdhAnyone; immigrants, spanish people, youth, parents
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Malcolm X Grassroots MovementSelf-determination; human rightshttp://bit.ly/MalcolmXGrassrootsAfrikans in America/New Afrikans
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Mass Transit Street Theater and VideoArtshttp://bit.ly/2hh5CDCartists in the Bronx
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Mekong NYCimmigrant rights, culturehttp://bit.ly/2gQr2pWSoutheast Asians in NYC
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Met Council on HousingHousing, Tenant Rightshttp://bit.ly/2hKvcEzanyone
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Milk not JailsCriminal Justice System, food justicehttp://bit.ly/2hgSrCyanyone
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National Action NetworkCivil Rightshttp://bit.ly/2h4wCIManyone
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National Lawyer's GuildPolice accountability, immigration, activist supporthttp://bit.ly/2hl3bQalaywers, law students, legal workers
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National Network for Immigrant and Refugee RightsImmigrant & Refugee Rightshttp://bit.ly/2hX871MAnyone
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Native Organizers AllianceIndigenous Justice
http://bit.ly/2hJHHh0Native people
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Neighbors Helping Neighbors, Inc.Housing, http://bit.ly/2h0FNdaanyone
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Neighbors TogetherFood Justice, Hunger, Sustainability, Housing, Homelessnesshttp://bit.ly/2i5aCLwanyone
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New York Campaign for Alternatives to Isolated ConfinementCriminal Justice System, Police Accountabilityhttp://bit.ly/2hkXQsganyone, formerly incarcerated, people with family in prison
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New York Communities for ChangeHousing, economic justicehttp://bit.ly/2hC9Jgsanyone
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NodutdolAntiwar, Peace, Reunification of Koreahttp://bit.ly/2hKgD16Korean Americans, anyone
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Northwest Bronx Community & Clergy CoalitionEducation, Environmental Justice/Climate Change, Health/Mental Health, Housing, Homelessnesshttp://bit.ly/2hh3vzzclergy and people who live in the Bronx
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NY/NJ Teamsters for a Democratic Unionworker rightshttp://bit.ly/2hPviI3Teamsters
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NYC Coalition for Educational JusticeEducationhttp://bit.ly/2hh1gMvParents
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NYC Community Garden CoalitionEnvironmental Justice, Food justicehttp://bit.ly/2hKboP9Gardeners
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Omo Obatala Egbe, IncArt, African culture, communityhttp://bit.ly/2hM0wlJYoruba, Lukumi
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Open HillelJewish community, progressive philanthropy, end political litmus tests regarding Israel/Palestine within Jewish American Communitieshttp://bit.ly/2hdTFASJewish college students, rabbis, Jewish academics. To join Email Rachel Sandalow-Ash (rachel@openhillel.org), Elana Metz (elana@openhillel.org), Jeremy Swack (jdaswack@gmail.com)
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Paper Tiger TelevisionMedia Justice, Communicationshttp://bit.ly/2hKFUL9anyone interested in video production
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Peoples Power Assembliesworkers rights, education, healthcare, sexism, LGBT rightshttp://bit.ly/2h0MoV0Anyone
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Picture the HomelessHousing/Homelessness, Police Accountability/Criminal Justice Systemhttp://bit.ly/2hXMhv4current or formerly homeless
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Police Reform Organizing Project (PROP)police reform, criminal justicehttp://bit.ly/2gQBT36anyone
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Project ReachYouth Organizing, LGBTQ, racial justicehttp://bit.ly/2h1EA6SYouth
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Raza Youth CollectiveEducation, Housing/Homelessnesshttp://bit.ly/2h0MA6MLatino Youth
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Resource GenerationEconomic Justicehttp://bit.ly/2hl2wyaAges 18-35 with class privilege
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Restaurant Opportunities Centerworkers rightshttp://bit.ly/2h0KN1krestaurant workers, restaurant employees
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Retail Action Projectworkers rightshttp://bit.ly/2h1KepVretail workers
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Revolutionary Students Coordinating Councilracial justice, economic justice, students, women's leadershiphttp://bit.ly/2hKeHFOCUNY students
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Riders AllianceTransportation issueshttp://bit.ly/2hh4ZK4anyone
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Right to the CityHousing, Homelessness, racial justice, environmental justice, gentrification, economic justice, police http://bit.ly/2hXLiemanyone
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Rockaway Youth Task Forcepolice reform, youth empowerment, transportationhttp://bit.ly/2i57LSDyouth
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Sikh CoalitionSikh rights, racismhttp://bit.ly/2hyzs9vSikhs
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Street Vendor ProjectWorkers' Rights, Economic Justicehttp://bit.ly/2hKvv1SStreet Vendors
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SURJAnti Racismhttp://bit.ly/2i9oDYHwhite people
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Sylvia Rivera Law ProjectTrans Justicehttp://bit.ly/2i5bEqQanyone
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T'ruah: The Rabbinic Call for Human RightsIsrael/Palestine, Mass Incarceration, Policing Reform, Workers' Rights, Islamophobiahttp://bit.ly/2hKigf6Rabbis and Cantors
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Teachers UniteEducation, Police Accountability, Criminal Justice System, Union Democracy - Workers rightshttp://bit.ly/2gQxcXdEducators, students
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Tenants and NeighborsHousing, Homelessnesshttp://bit.ly/2hKF6pHtenants of subsidized and rent-regulated housing
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The Correctional Association of NY Women in Prison ProjectCriminal Justice Systemhttp://bit.ly/2hh50O4anyone
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Time's UpTransportation Issues, bicycleshttp://bit.ly/2hKiPpranyone, bicyclists
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Transgender & Intersex Justice ProjectTrans Justicehttp://bit.ly/2hJH1IpLow income transgender women of color and their families who are in prison, formerly incarcerated, or targeted by the police.
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Ugnayan Youth for Justice and Social ChangeImmigrant Rights, Racial Justice, Workers' Rights, Economic Justicehttp://bit.ly/2hh1qUhFilipino youth (age 12-34)
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UPROSEEnvironmental Justice/Climate Changehttp://bit.ly/2hXRnrbLatinos, anyone, email volunteer@uprose.org
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Urban Youth Collectiveeducation reform, social, racial and economic justice, ending school-to-prison pipelinehttp://bit.ly/2hCaXZgNYC students
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US Department of Arts and CultureArtshttp://bit.ly/2i9nSijartists
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VOCAL NYbuilds power among people affected by HIV/AIDS, drug use and mass incarceration to create healthy and just communitiehttp://bit.ly/2h61F8Flow-income people, allies (anyone)
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Voices of Women Organizing ProjectDomestic Violencehttp://bit.ly/2gQyOQMPeople who have experience partner/domestic violence
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War Resisters Leagueanti-war, end war, nonviolent direct action, countering miliary recruitment, war tax resistance, police militarizationhttp://bit.ly/2gW2TOUanyone, email emma@warresisters.org to join
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WE ACT
Environmental Justicehttp://bit.ly/2hkVs4OPrioritizes Northern Manhattan residents, low-income people and people of color. Monthly membership meetings 2nd Saturday of the month at 10am. Anyone can be a member but center POC
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WESPACRacial justice, end to militarism, israel/palestine, food justice, anti-fracking/anti-nuclear and pro-safe energy, solidarity with Indigenous Peopleshttp://bit.ly/2hCajedanyone
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Women in Media and NewsWomen's voices, women's equityhttp://bit.ly/2i9s3dUanyone
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