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This Directory Compiled and Created By Civic Engagement Beyond Voting www.cebv.us Disclaimer: Information provided in the Arizona Progressive Group Directory is intended to provide a guide to progressive groups in Arizona. The listing of any group, club, organization, business or establishment is not an endorsement by Civic Engagement Beyond Voting of such group, club, organization, business or establishment. Users should not rely on the information provided and must make their own enquiries, inspections and assessments as to suitability and quality of services.
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GroupLocationGroup DescriptionPrimary issues: Accepts New Members?How to get involvedWho this group seeks to organizeParticular skills/tasks this group needsWho else should join?Additional Info about the groupContact for New MembersEmail addressWebsite or FacebookFacebook LinkTwitter HandleInstagramPhysical Address
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ACLU People Power - Mesa, AZMesaState and Local Legislation, workers rights, LGBTQI issues, immigrant rights, racial justice and fighting white supremacy, the prison industrial complex and criminal justice issues, reproductive rights and women's rights, health and healthcare, voting rights and civic engagement, disability justice, All civil liberties YesWe have various projects...AnyoneRon RedlinRonredlin@hotmail.com
https://www.facebook.com/groups/1860079530899516/
https://www.facebook.com/groups/1860079530899516/
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AMMA PAC Phoenix, Statewide: ArizonaAMMA PAC is a patients first organization delivering greater access to certification and the legal purchase and possession of medical Cannabis. We work closely with patients, dispensaries and ancillary services to ensure that all points of view are represented at Arizona's Legislature. State and Local Legislation, education, health and healthcare, voting rights and civic engagement, disability justice, coporate responsibilityYesVarious opportunities to be involved at the Legislature and in local politics, phone banking, house parties...AnyoneFundraising and grassroots coordination Medical marijuana patientsTaylor Swicktaylor.swick@gmail.comwww.ammapac.comwww.facebook.com/ammapacaz/@ammapac
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Arizona Advocacy Network Statewide: Arizonavoting rights and civic engagementYesVolunteering and Membership Opportunities AnyoneSocial Media, Communications, Development, OrganizingAlison Marciniak alison@azadvocacy.orgwww.azadvocacy.org facebook.com/arizonaadvocacynetwork@AZAdvocacy1 N. 1st Street #649 Phoenix, AZ 85004
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Arizona African American Democratic Caucus Statewide: ArizonaThe Arizona African American Caucus seeks to encourage political participation and education within the African American community and encourage African Americans to seek public office at all levels. We also fight for equality for African Americans by advocating for issues such as educational, economic, criminal, healthcare and immigration justice and ensuring voting rights and protection for all. voting rights and civic engagementYesAccepting new members. Must be a registered democrat
African-American
Quiana Dickenson professorquiana@yahoo.comhttp://www.azdem.org/african-american-caucus
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Arizona Asian American AssociationScottsdaleart and media, education, youth power, voting rights and civic engagementYesAnyoneAlbert Lindfz2001atl@yahoo.comaaaa-az.org
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Arizona Democratic PartyStatewide: ArizonaState and Local Legislation, workers rights, education, environmental justice and/or climate change, LGBTQI issues, immigrant rights, international justice work/refugee rights/peace work, racial justice and fighting white supremacy, the prison industrial complex and criminal justice issues, reproductive rights and women's rights, health and healthcare, voting rights and civic engagement, transportation and urban planning, disability justice, coporate responsibility, targeting of religious groups, We are also involved in national issues. Our purpose is to elect Democrats.YesWe have organizations throughout the state that meet monthly in addition to other activities. Obviously the months leading up to elections are the busiest.AnyoneConcerned votersBarbara Lubinblubin@azdem.orghttp://www.azdem.org/https://www.facebook.com/AZDemParty/?ref=aymt_homepage_panel@AZDemPartyAzDemPartyThe Arizona Democratic Party headquarters is located at 2910 N Central Ave. Phoenix, AZ 85012. Many of our county parties have offices as well.
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Arizona Democratic Party LGBT CaucusStatewide: ArizonaThe Arizona Democratic Party LGBT Caucus supports policy and legislation that is provides protection and draws inclusion of the LGBTQ+ Community both locally, statewide, and Nationally. We support LGBTQ+ and/or strong Ally candidates. Your LGBT Caucus is working to increase visibility, increase membership, and have a long-lasting impact throughout our beautiful state of Arizona. We look forward to working with you! State and Local Legislation, workers rights, housing and/or gentrification, education, LGBTQI issues, immigrant rights, racial justice and fighting white supremacy, youth power, voting rights and civic engagement, disability justiceYesWe are looking for committed members to join sub-committees focusing on events, outreach, and developing relationships with other progressive organizations in Arizona. AnyoneLGBTQIA Allies
Jade Richardson - Secretary
secretary@azlgbtdems.orgwww.azlgbtdems.orghttps://www.facebook.com/azlgbtdems/@azlgbtdems
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Arizona Education AssociationStatewide: ArizonaWith more than 20,000 members, the Arizona Education Association is the largest professional organization in Arizona. AEA was formed more than a century ago, in 1892, when a group of Arizona educators banded together to protest the use of 14-year-old textbooks. Since then AEA continues to take the lead in advocating for support of Arizona's public schools, improving the quality of public education through positive change, and improving the professional lives of teachers and school staff members. AEA members are teachers, community college professors, counselors, speech pathologists, bus drivers, secretaries, retired educators and student teachers and they belong to more than 150 local affiliates across Arizona.State and Local Legislation, workers rights, education, racial justice and fighting white supremacyMaybeOur members are public school employees only -- teachers, education support professionals, and administratorsTeacherseducation support professionalsSheenae Shannon
sheenae.shannon@arizonaea.org
www.arizonaea.orghttps://www.facebook.com/ArizonaEducationAssociation/@ArizonaEA345 E Palm Lane, Phoenix, AZ 85004
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Arizona for Social JusticePhoenix, Scottsdale, Mesa, Phoenix and greater Phoenix areaAZSJ seeks to work in coalition with others to forge a new Arizona through political activism and organizing, and social and educational community-building. We believe that access to quality healthcare and good public schools is a human right, that Black Lives Matter, that reproductive freedom is critical to women’s freedom, that immigrants and refugees are entitled to due process and human dignity, and that through coalition building and practising intersectional solidarity, we can make Arizona a more progressive and just state.
State and Local Legislation, workers rights, education, environmental justice and/or climate change, LGBTQI issues, immigrant rights, international justice work/refugee rights/peace work, racial justice and fighting white supremacy, reproductive rights and women's rights, health and healthcare, voting rights and civic engagement, disability justice, targeting of religious groups, economic redistribution and philanthropyYesAnyoneValues: Equality, Compassion, Solidarity
Murphy Bannerman
info@azsocialjustice.orghttps://www.facebook.com/groups/azsocialjustice/@azsocialjusticeazsocialjustice
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Arizona Solar Energy CoalitionStatewide: ArizonaThe Arizona Solar Energy Coalition works with the Arizona Solar Energy Industries Association to promote the benefits of solar energy in Arizona to the general public and policy makers and to educate and motivate system owners on the issues affecting their investment including defending their interests from disruptive and unfair fees, taxes, regulation and laws.environmental justice and/or climate changeYesLead recruiting efforts and attend hearings for public comment opportunitiesAnyoneWe often have to fight against policy proposals that can kill our industry.Lucy Masonlucy@ariseia.orgARISEIA.orghttp://www.facebook.com/AriSEIA
https://twitter.com/ariseia
2122 W. Lone Cactus Dr, Suite 2, Phoenix, AZ
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Arizona StandsStatewide: ArizonaArizona Stands for the rights of Indigenous peoples, our mother earth, and all human rights. environmental justice and/or climate change, Indigenous Rights and Human RightsYesPeople can help spread awareness to issues Arizona Stands works on. People can show up to events and meeting to help. Donations are welcome for funds towards events and media equipment.AnyoneNalene GeneNalenegene@gmail.comhttps://www.facebook.com/ArizonaStands/https://www.facebook.com/ArizonaStands/
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Arizona5VotersGilbertArizona5Voters is a group of community organizers working to affect progressive political change in the East Valley through targeted resistance, education, community service, issue advocacy and outreach. Our membership includes a range of people from professionals to stay-at-home parents. We are a collective of progressive constituents of Arizona’s 5th District.education, environmental justice and/or climate change, reproductive rights and women's rights, health and healthcare, voting rights and civic engagementNoAnyoneTJ Cuddytjcuddy@arizona5voters.comhttps://arizona5voters.comhttps://facebook.com/arizona5voters@arizon5voters
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AZ Blue 2020Statewide: ArizonaAZ Blue 2020 is a grassroots Political Committee working to empower and engage Arizona citizens in the political process. We are an independent organization of energized volunteers who want to make a difference. Our goal is to elect Democrats at every level to create a Democratic governance in Arizona by 2020. This will ensure that our progressive views and platform are better represented by our elected officials.

Turning Arizona blue is a multifaceted task. Our role in this mission is to empower and prepare the grassroots members of the Democratic Party, the Precinct committeepersons. PCs are the boots on the ground working as the eyes, ears and voices for everyday Democrats. They are the key to empowering Arizona citizens and getting them to the polls.
State and Local Legislation, voting rights and civic engagementYesBecome a Precinct CommitteepersonAnyonePeople that want to proactively change the current political leadership in the state.
John Ainlay, Community Outreach
John@azblue2020.orgwww.azblue2020.orghttps://www.facebook.com/groups/azblue2020/@azblue2020
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AZ ResistStatewide: ArizonaOur goal is to educate and empower our communities, and to encourage civic and political engagement. The AZ Resist Community Calendar is the most comprehensive and inclusive listing of resistance events throughout Arizona. AZ Resist's monthly Unity Meetings are an opportunity to build community and educate ourselves about important social justice issues.State and Local Legislation, workers rights, housing and/or gentrification, art and media, education, environmental justice and/or climate change, LGBTQI issues, immigrant rights, international justice work/refugee rights/peace work, racial justice and fighting white supremacy, the prison industrial complex and criminal justice issues, reproductive rights and women's rights, health and healthcare, youth power, voting rights and civic engagement, transportation and urban planning, disability justice, coporate responsibility, targeting of religious groups, economic redistribution and philanthropyYesWe would love to have volunteers, either ongoing or contributing sporadically! We could definitely use help with a number of things that do not require any previous experience, such as finding community events, posting events, monitoring for Facebook trolls, outreach (to individuals at events, and to community organizations), and website administration (categorizing and tagging upcoming events). We could also definitely use help with a number of things that do require previous experience, such as graphic design, website design, and website maintenance. We’d love to add more passionate people to our team!AnyoneWe could definitely use help with a number of things that do not require any previous experience, such as finding community events, posting events, monitoring for Facebook trolls, outreach (to individuals at events, and to community organizations), and website administration (categorizing and tagging upcoming events). We could also definitely use help with a number of things that do require previous experience, such as graphic design, website design, and website maintenance. We’d love to add more passionate people to our team!Although we are a group of people working collectively to accomplish shared goals, we are not a group in the traditional sense. We seek to amplify the voices and impact of all of the various progressive individuals and organizations throughout Arizona.Cyrus CoronInfo@AZResist.orghttps://AZResist.org/https://www.facebook.com/AZRESIST/
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AZActNow.orgStatewide: ArizonaText RESIST to 602-362-9111State and Local LegislationMaybeText Resist to 602-362-9111Anyone
General Information
info@azactnow.orghttps://azactnow.org@azactnow
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ChangeAZTogetherStatewide: ArizonaThe "Leader" Members only section is an online networking community for Arizona Democrat and progressive leaders to help them to network with other group leaders who share common goals and want to turn Arizona blue. Share your stories on our Blog!Political networking & resource siteYesAnyone can view the resources or share social resources for the site. We are accepting new members who are leaders of progressive action groups in Arizona. Groups that don't have a website or Facebook presence are most welcome. Use the Forum in the private side of our website to network with each other.AnyoneWe need people who can help connect in the smaller senior action groups in the state. We also need blog stories.People who are knowledgeable about social resources that will help out our community.We believe that through networking and collaboration, we can change AZ for the better. We need your stories to post in our Blog.https://www.changeaztogether.com/https://www.facebook.com/groups/804998536316074/
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Citizens for Informed ActionMesa, Gilbert, ChandlerWe are a grassroots group of concerned citizens in the Gilbert area dedicated to thoughtful research-based action that promotes equality, human dignity, and "the protection of our rights, our safety, our health, and our families."State and Local LegislationYesWe have meetings twice a month to encourage and support each other in our grassroots effort to bring change to Gilbert's government.AnyoneWendy Putlerinfo@cia-az.orghttps://cia-az.org/https://www.facebook.com/groups/CitizensforInfomedActionArizona/
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Civic Engagement Beyond VotingPhoenix, Scottsdale, Statewide: ArizonaOur goal is the amplification and support of all progressive groups in Arizona thru distribution of The Arizona Activist, AZ Weekly Legislative Update and other resourses. We focus on Arizona issues.State and Local LegislationYesAnyonegraphic designers, writersTricia Sauercebvtricia@gmail.comwww.cebv.us@AZCEBVus
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Death Penalty Alternatives for Arizona, Inc.Statewide: ArizonaOur sole focus is ending Arizona's death penalty. There are currently 10 residents of Arizona released from death row because they never committed the crime. The death penalty is wrong, unfair, and it doesn't work. No amount of fixing can improve this broken system.State and Local Legislation, education, international justice work/refugee rights/peace work, the prison industrial complex and criminal justice issues, targeting of religious groups, Ending Arizona's death penaltyYesOur Executive Director will deal with any and all requests on an individual basis.Anyone
Alan Tavasoli, President Dan Peitzmeyer, acting Executive Director
dan@azdeathpenalty.orgwww.azdeathpenalty.org/Death Penalty Alternatives for Arizona
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Democratic Socialists of America-PhoenixPhoenix, Scottsdale, Mesa, Tempe, StatewideWe demand a society where all participate as equals and are respected for their worth as human beings. We demand a society where, through democratic processes, a full life for all may be achieved.State and Local Legislation, workers rights, education, environmental justice and/or climate change, LGBTQI issues, immigrant rights, racial justice and fighting white supremacy, the prison industrial complex and criminal justice issues, reproductive rights and women's rights, health and healthcare, youth power, voting rights and civic engagement, disability justice, coporate responsibility, targeting of religious groups, economic redistribution and philanthropy, anti-capitalismYesMeetings, protests, work groups, reading groups, community service projectsAnyoneWe're socialists
Jake Bell or Taylor Cifuentez
phxazdsa@gmail.comdsaphoenix.orgfacebook.com/PHXDSA@DSA_Phoenix@DSA_Phoenix
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Desert Progressives Indivisible Phoenix, Scottsdale, Glendale Join us for our meetings, the 4th Tuesday of the month from 7-8:30PM at Shadow Rock Church, 12861 N 8th Ave., Phoenix, AZ., when we re-affirm our purpose, review our activities and engage with advocacy groups, candidates and other speakers.State and Local Legislation, workers rights, education, environmental justice and/or climate change, LGBTQI issues, immigrant rights, international justice work/refugee rights/peace work, racial justice and fighting white supremacy, the prison industrial complex and criminal justice issues, reproductive rights and women's rights, health and healthcare, voting rights and civic engagement, disability justice, coporate responsibility, targeting of religious groups, Voting rights/ Voter outreachYesWe invite people to join us in acts of resistance and opportunities to impact the 2018 elections thru a weekly Newsletter that includes Local & National ACTIONS. It also lists events and activities, as well as our monthly meeting. Our Website is a quick easy way for people to have all the tools and resources at their fingertips, making it easy to be active. AnyoneWe are always looking for people with skills and talents and try to engage and empower them within the group.We have a YouTube channel where people can view excerpts from our Citizen's Town Hall (with David Schweikert in absentia) as well as other videos.
https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCdkTKuMMqux9QSbGauw13vQ
Mickey Tuckerdesertprogressives@gmail.comdesertprogressives.orghttps://www.facebook.com/groups/117942732062040/@desertprogressNA
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Emerge ArizonaStatewide: ArizonaEmerge Arizona recruits and trains Democratic women to run for office and WIN!education, Candidate training for Democratic womenNoThis is not a member-based organization.WomenKrista Pacioninfo@emergeaz.orgwww.emergeaz.orgwww.facebook.com/emergeaz/@emergeaz
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Empowerment ArizonaPhoenixThis group is focused on getting African Americans politically engagedState and Local Legislation, racial justice and fighting white supremacy, the prison industrial complex and criminal justice issues, voting rights and civic engagement, Political engagementYes
African-American
NoRedeem Robinsonrrobinsonhws@gmail.com@EmpowermentArizonahttps://www.facebook.com/pg/EmpowermentArizona/about/
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Grassroots Citizens ConcernedPhoenixWe are a nonpartisan space for ordinary people to exercise our political rights to initiative and referendum. Ours is a collaborative space that welcomes intellectual and cultural diversity and operates in the spirit of a bottom up, participatory society of equals.State and Local Legislation, voting rights and civic engagementYesSocial media, graphics, data entry, phone bankingAnyoneRyan Fickenscherryan@refer2404.orgRefer2404.orgfacebook.com/refer2404@refer2404
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Greater Peoria Area IndivisiblePeoriaWe are also a subgroup of Stronger Together AZState and Local Legislation, education, environmental justice and/or climate change, reproductive rights and women's rights, health and healthcare, voting rights and civic engagementYesAnyoneLinda Pearlmanlpearlmom@yahoo.com
https://www.facebook.com/groups/219710481768605/
https://www.facebook.com/groups/219710481768605/
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Green Party of Maricopa CountyPhoenix, Flagstaff, Tuscon, Prescott, Mesa, Statewide: Arizona, we are open to building Green Party chaptersWe're the party for People, Planet and Peace instead of the 1%. We welcome all who refuse to accept a choice limited to the Two Parties of War and Wall Street.State and Local Legislation, workers rights, housing and/or gentrification, environmental justice and/or climate change, LGBTQI issues, immigrant rights, international justice work/refugee rights/peace work, racial justice and fighting white supremacy, the prison industrial complex and criminal justice issues, reproductive rights and women's rights, health and healthcare, voting rights and civic engagement, economic redistribution and philanthropy, electing Green Party candidates for officeYesGreen Party is a member-driven organization. Interested people can attend our monthly meetings (usually 4th Saturday morning of the month) or register to vote as a Green. We engage in coalition building to create alternative people's power for the 99%.Anyonesignature gathering, run or support electoral campaignsWe welcome all people who agree with our 10 key values; we are an eco-socialist organization and political partyWe believe in grassroots democracy and also provide a third party, independent progressive voice and choice for the people of Arizona
Melodi Brown (Chairperson)
melodi@greenpartymc.orgwww.greenpartymc.orghttps://www.facebook.com/AZGreenParty/@GreenpartyMC
@GreenPartyMaricopaCounty
428 E. Thunderbird Rd Suite 522 Phx, Az 85022
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HRC Arizona Statewide: ArizonaThe Human Rights Campaign is America's largest civil rights organization working to achieve lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender equality. By inspiring and engaging all Americans, HRC strives to end discrimination against LGBT citizens and realize a nation that achieves fundamental fairness and equality for all. Here in Arizona we are working hard to change hearts and minds in a variety of ways.LGBTQI issuesYesWe have several volunteer opportunities throughout the year from tabling at Pride events, to political outreach and community events to our annual fundraising gala event. AnyoneBrandie Reiner brandie@hrcarizona.org http://www.hrc.org/local-issues/arizonahttps://www.facebook.com/HRCAz/
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Indivisible AZ CD9Phoenix, Scottsdale, MesaOur group's mission statement is to do "grass roots politicking and resist Trump's agenda in Arizona's 9th Congressional District." We are also focused on recruiting Democratic PCs for our District.environmental justice and/or climate change, immigrant rights, the prison industrial complex and criminal justice issues, health and healthcare, voting rights and civic engagementYesAnyoneSusan Hudsonsshudson5150@gmail.com
https://www.facebook.com/groups/IndivisibleArizonas9/
https://www.facebook.com/groups/IndivisibleArizonas9/@IndivisibleAZ9
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Indivisible AZ Congressional District 5 (AZCD5)Gilbert, Queen Creek, MesaWe, the residents of Arizona’s 5th Congressional District, advocate for fair representation of the people, by influencing policy through strategic action, education, & community involvement. State and Local Legislation, education, the prison industrial complex and criminal justice issues, reproductive rights and women's rights, health and healthcareYesAZCD5 is committed to bringing representation to the East Valley that better reflects the values of its people. We act on a local, state and federal level to register, educate and activate voters with the goal of returning sanity to the district. We are non partisan, but we are anti freedom caucus, anti tea party and anti Trump.

We have a number of committees for people to serve one: communication, outreach, research and campaign support. We are looking for people to assist how ever they can: from helping to develop dossiers on issues, to sitting at booths selling stickers. Any way you can help, we are here to help you channel your frustration and desire to make things better!
AnyoneStrategists who are plugged into local/state politics, people willing to do what ever they can to help. Anyone in CD5 who wants to change the color of our map.We also help organize protests and call/email campaigns
Teresa Davis and Terri Watson
recruitment@azcd5.orgwww.azcd5.orghttps://www.facebook.com/groups/IndivisibleAZCD5@indivisibleaz5@AZCD5
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Indivisible CD6Congressional District 6We follow the Indivisible Guide. State and Local Legislation, education, environmental justice and/or climate change, LGBTQI issues, immigrant rights, the prison industrial complex and criminal justice issues, reproductive rights and women's rights, health and healthcare, voting rights and civic engagement, town hallsYesRallies, town halls, petition circulating, and moreAnyoneThis group is nonpartisan and has Independents and moderate Republicans as well as Democrats/ProgressivesKarin Catherkarincather@cox.net
https://www.facebook.com/groups/1743123739350472/
https://www.facebook.com/groups/1743123739350472/@IndivisibleCD6
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Indivisible Graham-Greenleegraham-greenleeWe provide support and a voice for Graham-Greenlee dems. and progressives.State and Local Legislation, education, environmental justice and/or climate changeMaybeThe Facebook page is closed but we are open to new membersAnyonenoneanyone is graham-greenlee welcomeJulie Benjbenwalker@yahoo.com
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Indivisible KingmanKingmanIK is a group of political activism.State and Local Legislation, Veterans Issues & Civil Liberties AdvocacyYesResistance activism at local, State, and Federal levels.AnyonePolitical activistsThis is an action-oriented group.J'aime Morgaine@IndivisibleCD4@IndivisibleCD4
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Indivisible PhoenixPhoenix, Scottsdale, Mesa, Tempe, ChandlerDo you want to do your part to beat back the Trump agenda and understand it will take more than phone calls and petitions? Join us!State and Local Legislation, education, environmental justice and/or climate change, LGBTQI issues, immigrant rights, health and healthcare, voting rights and civic engagement, economic redistribution and philanthropyYesWe have five committees that actively participate in our work: Events, Welcome, Communication, Community Engagement, National LegislationAnyoneWe are pretty stinkin' fun.Tanya Lukenindivisiblephoenix@gmail.comwww.IndivisiblePhoenix.comhttps://www.facebook.com/indivisiblephoenix@PHXIndivisible
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Indivisible PHXPhoenix, Scottsdale, MesaWe are a group of Phoenix-area individuals ready to fight Trump and the Congressional Republicans in their destructive and regressive agenda.State and Local Legislation, workers rights, education, environmental justice and/or climate change, LGBTQI issues, immigrant rights, racial justice and fighting white supremacy, the prison industrial complex and criminal justice issues, reproductive rights and women's rights, health and healthcare, voting rights and civic engagement, coporate responsibility, economic redistribution and philanthropyYesHelping with rallies, meetings, group organization, communications and outreachAnyoneWeb developers, media and communications Nicole GirardIndivisiblephx@gmail.com
https://www.facebook.com/groups/1262038377214693/
https://www.facebook.com/groups/1262038377214693/@Indivisiblephx@IndivisiblePhx
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Indivisible SurpriseSurpriseState and Local Legislation, education, environmental justice and/or climate change, LGBTQI issues, immigrant rights, international justice work/refugee rights/peace work, racial justice and fighting white supremacy, the prison industrial complex and criminal justice issues, reproductive rights and women's rights, health and healthcare, youth power, voting rights and civic engagementYesLeadership AnyoneWendy GarciaIndivisiblesurprise@gmail.com
https://www.facebook.com/groups/indivisiblesurpriseaz/
https://www.facebook.com/groups/indivisiblesurpriseaz/@AzFlakeyChicken
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IndivisibleofAZStatewide: ArizonaState and Local Legislation, education, environmental justice and/or climate change, LGBTQI issues, international justice work/refugee rights/peace work, racial justice and fighting white supremacy, the prison industrial complex and criminal justice issues, reproductive rights and women's rights, health and healthcare, voting rights and civic engagement, targeting of religious groups, Federal legislationYesLetter writing & making phone calls to our MoCAnyoneNo in person meetings. All info disseminated onlineMike JohnsonIndivisibleofaz@gmail.comhttps://www.facebook.com/groups/indivisibleofaz/https://www.facebook.com/groups/indivisibleofaz/@IndivisibleofAZ
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JavelinaPhoenix, Statewide: ArizonaWe help bring your story to life so you can change the world. We do this by advancing equality and human dignity through social, economic and political change.State and Local Legislation, workers rights, art and media, education, environmental justice and/or climate change, LGBTQI issues, immigrant rights, racial justice and fighting white supremacy, the prison industrial complex and criminal justice issues, health and healthcare, youth power, voting rights and civic engagement, coporate responsibility, economic redistribution and philanthropyYesWe aren't a formal group but we are connected to many progressive nonprofits who are doing work that aligns with priorities of this group, such as democratic political candidates, equality-focused nonprofits, and others.AnyoneSince we represent a variety of groups in this area, this question varies.n/aWe are seeking to align with people who want to change the world and want to support entities who are doing the same. We are on the front lines and want to empower others to connect with progressive groups who speak to the change you want to be involved in. Catherine Alonzocatherine@javelina.cojavelina.cofacebook.com/javelinaco@javelinaco@javelinaco800 N 1st Avenue Phoenix AZ 85006
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LD 1 DemocratsPhoenixState and Local Legislation, voting rights and civic engagement, Getting Democrats electedYesWe meet the third Tuesday of the month at 7:00 PM at Desert Mountain School 35959 N. 7th Ave, Desert Hills, AZ 85086AnyoneMotivated people.Ann Olsen azdemsld1@gmail.com
https://www.facebook.com/groups/1525956677455222/
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LD 18 DemocratsSouth Tempe, Ahwatukee, Dobson Ranch Mesa, area of ChandlerOne of the strongest and most active legislative districts in the state, we work to elect Democrats up and down the ballot. We're proud to have elected Sean Bowie to the AZ Senate and Mitzi Epstein to the AZ House in 2016! Meetings are on the 2nd Monday of every month at various locations. See website for details.State and Local Legislation, workers rights, education, environmental justice and/or climate change, LGBTQI issues, immigrant rights, racial justice and fighting white supremacy, the prison industrial complex and criminal justice issues, reproductive rights and women's rights, health and healthcare, youth power, voting rights and civic engagement, disability justiceYesWe are always looking for new members of LD18 Democrats.AnyoneResidents of Legislative District 18Karyn Lathankaryn.lathan@gmail.comhttps://ld18democrats.org/https://www.facebook.com/ld18dems/@ld18demsld18dems
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LD 23 DemocratsScottsdaleState and Local Legislation, voting rights and civic engagementYesphone banking & canvassing for Dem candidates in LD23 and beyondAnyoneAll Democrats in Scottsdale and Fountain HillsBrion NeeleyBNeeleyAZ@gmail.comld23democrats.orgwww.facebook.com/ScottsdaleAndFountainHillsDemocrats@LD23Dems4525 N 66th St #122
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LD 25 DemocratsMesa We want to help make change in Mesa and help Mesa turn BLUE!State and Local Legislation, workers rights, housing and/or gentrification, art and media, education, environmental justice and/or climate change, LGBTQI issues, immigrant rights, international justice work/refugee rights/peace work, racial justice and fighting white supremacy, the prison industrial complex and criminal justice issues, reproductive rights and women's rights, health and healthcare, youth power, voting rights and civic engagement, transportation and urban planning, disability justice, coporate responsibility, targeting of religious groups, economic redistribution and philanthropyYesWe are in active Democratic organization working year-round to bring change in our district .AnyoneRichard Wallld25democrats@gmail.comhttp://ld25dems.orghttps://www.facebook.com/LD25MCDP/@LD25Dems
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LD 27 DemocratsPhoenixWe are a grassroots volunteer organization committed to electing Democrats who embrace the values of the Democratic Party.State and Local Legislation, As a local LD, we consider all of the above Primary IssuesYesdoor-knocking, house parties, phone calling, letter writing, attend meetings, etc.AnyoneFern Wardfern.ward@azld27.comwww.facebook.com/azld27demswww.facebook.com/AZLD27dems@AZLD27DemsAZLD27
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LD 28 DemocratsPhoenixState and Local LegislationYesBecome a precinct committeemen, attend meetings, canvass for candidates and issues. We need help with our City 6 election and upcoming 2018 races in LD28.AnyoneAll skills are welcomeNancy Schriberjrsornts@cox.netd28dems.orghttps://www.facebook.com/d28dems/
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Leading For ChangePhoenixLeading For Change provides various trainings to advance progressive values and policies to create a democracy that represents all people.provide Fellowship for advancing social justice values and policies. Also offer non-partisan candidate trainingYesAnyone
bmeyer@azleadingforchange.org
www.azleadingforchange.org
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League of Women Voters of AZStatewide: ArizonaState and Local Legislation, education, environmental justice and/or climate change, reproductive rights and women's rights, health and healthcare, voting rights and civic engagementYesLWVAZ is the statewide umbrella organization for all of the five local Leagues in AZ; all members of local Leagues are automatically members of LWVAZ . The LWVAZ Board sets policy, approves studies, adopts policies. If a new study is approved, LWV members from all over the state can become involved in that study; local members can also join other statewide committees, e.g., lobbying, social media skills. AnyoneKeeping abreast of all the most recent social media; effective outreach to young people, members of minority/disenfrancised groups. LWVAZ is open to everyone; don't be limited by the word "Women" in the League of Women Voters of AZ Title. We have been in existence fighting for an open, accountable, transparent inclusive government since 1920.
Robyn Prud-homme-Bauer and Alice Stambaugh (co presidents)
rcpbauer@gmail.com and lwvaz@karlandalice. name
lwvaz.org
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League of Women Voters Greater Verde ValleySedona and Verde ValleyIn this time of heightened partisanship, gridlock between policy makers and increased frustration among the public, there has never been a more urgent need for the reasoned, factual and civil voice the League of Women Voters brings to our community. As a member, you are a crucial part of our non-partisan, hands-on work to safeguard democracy and create lasting change. State and Local Legislation, education, reproductive rights and women's rights, health and healthcare, voting rights and civic engagementYesVoter Registration, Voter Education programs, local Advocacy on local, state and national issuesAnyonesocial media and websitelwvgvv@gmail.comlwvverdevalley.comhttps://www.facebook.com/lwvgvv/@LWVGVV
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League of Women Voters of ArizonaStatewide: ArizonaThe organization’s roots began during the long struggle to get women the right to vote and the League has continued the fight to educate both women and men on the issues impacting their communities. Soon after our founding, the decision was made to take positions on issues but to neither support nor oppose any political party or candidate (appointed or elected) for public office. Today, this policy continues to ensure that the League’s voice is heard above the tumult of party politics. State and Local Legislation, education, reproductive rights and women's rights, health and healthcare, voting rights and civic engagementYesState Legislation and Voter Education activitiesAnyonesocial media, website, fund developmentinfo@lwvaz.orglwvaz.orghttps://www.facebook.com/LWVAZ/@LWVAZ
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League of Women Voters of Greater TucsonTusconThe League of Women Voters, a nonpartisan political organization, encourages informed and active participation in government, works to increase understanding of major public policy issues and influences public policy through education and advocacy.State and Local Legislation, education, environmental justice and/or climate change, immigrant rights, the prison industrial complex and criminal justice issues, reproductive rights and women's rights, health and healthcare, voting rights and civic engagementYesRegister voters, join Environmental Issues Committee, join Observer Corps to monitor actions of elected officials, lobby state legislators, attend monthly discussion meetings, attend voter education programs the third Saturdays of the month from September through March, serve as an office volunteer three hours a month.
Anyone 16 years or older
Graphic artist, webmaster, facebook coordinatorFreda Johnsonpresident@lwvgt.orglwvgt.orghttps://www.facebook.com/leagueofwomenvoters/twitter.com/lwvgt2424 East Broadway, #110, Tucson AZ 85719
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League of Women Voters of Metropolitan PhoenixPhoenix, Scottsdale, MesaLWV encourages informed, active participation in government. We assist, register and educate voters. While political and progressive, we remain nonpartisan. We study issues and form consensus positions. We influence policy through education and advocacy.State and Local Legislation, education, environmental justice and/or climate change, immigrant rights, the prison industrial complex and criminal justice issues, reproductive rights and women's rights, health and healthcare, voting rights and civic engagementYesLWVMP has many opportunities to be involved from voter registration, speakers, issues specialists, observer corps, advocacy at the legislature, tabling, citizen education, and participation in community teams to name a few.AnyoneWe can always use highly motivated people who are willing to volunteer their time to a good cause.Michelle Dorseydorsey.michelle@hotmail.comhttp://lwvmetrophoenix.orghttps://www.facebook.com/lwvmetrophoenix/@LWVAZMPlwvazmp1155 S Power Rd. Suite 114-58 Mesa, AZ 85206
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March for Science - PhoenixPhoenix, Mesa, Metro PhoenixThe March for Science is a diverse, nonpartisan group that defends and celebrates publicly funded and publicly accessible science as a foundation of American freedom and prosperity. Our goal is to become a bastion of scientific engagement in the Valley through a variety of outreach and advocacy programs. We believe that the best way to protect the integrity of evidence and enact sound policy in our state is by encouraging the public to value and invest in science.education, environmental justice and/or climate changeYesPlanning local educational events, day to day operations of organizationAnyoneLaura Taylortaftphxmarchforscience@gmail.comhttp://phxmarchforscience.com/https://www.facebook.com/groups/109310896249878/@sciencemarchphx@phxmarchforscience
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National Popular Vote AZ (NPV AZ)Phoenix, Scottsdale, Tuscon, Mesa, Statewide: Arizona, (Statewide) PV AZ Meets & Organizes largely Online via Zoom. NPV AZ is a nonpartisan group and member of NPV Grassroots, a nationwide network of volunteers working toward passage of the National Popular Vote Interstate Compact (NPVIC) in as many states as possible by 2020. Our aim is to reform the way the PODUS is elected; End Winner-Take-All without abolishing the Electoral College. Every vote should have equal weight and to the winner of the popular vote in US presidential elections should become the next President.State and Local Legislation, voting rights and civic engagementYesWe encourage our volunteers to participate in educational
AZ Voters and those who will be of voting age in 2020
We Need - tech skills (website, Anyone interested in how the PODUS is elected. NPV AZ is nonpartisan. NPV AZ is part of NPV Grassroots, a nationwide network of volunteers working toward passage of the NPV Interstate Compact in as many states as possible by 2020.
Samantha (Sam) Bollinger
npvforaz@gmail.com
https://www.facebook.com/groups/234257383651789/
https://www.facebook.com/groups/234257383651789/@npvgrassrootsMailing: PO Box 3062 Chandler, AZ 85244 (no physical address)
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OCA Greater Phoenix ChapterPhoenix, Scottsdale, Mesa, Maricopa CountyOCA – Asian Pacific American Advocates is a national non-profit organization dedicated to advancing the social, political, and economic well-being of Asian Pacific Americans, touching tens of thousands of individuals each year through its extensive network of over 100 chapters, affiliates, and partners from around the country. The OCA Greater Phoenix chapter operates here in the valley by interacting with the local Phoenix community, promoting civic engagement, and developing leadership within the youth through educational programs.State and Local Legislation, education, immigrant rights, racial justice and fighting white supremacy, youth power, voting rights and civic engagementYesWe are currently running civic engagement programs that need active and constant participation with a dedicated group of people. Door to door canvassing for our get out the vote campaign targeting AAPIs in the Greater Phoenix area is one way in which members can get involved. We also extend opportunities for new members to become community leaders by joining our board in a position they are comfortable with.
South Asian people, Asian people, Filipino, immigrants, women, youth, students
We are actively looking for volunteers for our civic engagement programs. OCA GPC is volunteer driven so what we really require are people who are passionate about civic engagement within the AAPI community, especially here in Arizona. Understanding the importance of political representation and participation is our greatest need in the people we work with.All allies are welcome and encouraged to joinn/aRuia Prasadprasad.ruia@gmail.comwww.ocaphoenix.orghttps://www.facebook.com/ocagreaterphoenixchapter@OCAGPC7121 East 1st Avenue, Scottsdale, AZ 85251
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ONE ARIZONAPhoenix, Statewide: ArizonaONE Arizona is a non-partisan coalition of 19 organizations dedicated to Latino voter registration, immigration, economic justice and education.workers rights, education, immigrant rights, reproductive rights and women's rights, health and healthcare, youth power, voting rights and civic engagementYesvolunteers
Caucasian, African-American, Latinx, South Asian people, Asian people, Filipino, immigrants, veterans, people with disabilities, LGBTQI people, transgender people, women, youth, formerly or currently incarcerated people, people of color, disability justice, Muslims, native people, low-income people, teachers, students, parents
organizing Pita Juarezpitaj.multimedia@gmail.comonearizona.orgone arizona@OneArizona@one_arizona
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Our Revolution Arizona East ValleyThe Southeast Valley: Mesa, Tempe, Chandler, Gilbert, Queen Creek, Apache JunctionOur Revolution Arizona East Valley is a non-partisan political action group that identifies progressive candidates for local and state office, and then assists their campaigns through endorsement, publicity, advice, and practical services.voting rights and civic engagement, Electing progressive candidatesYesOur group identifies and supports progressive candidates running for local office. We have four committees: Research, Vetting, Communications, and Outreach. Members can also participate without joining committees. Our members will be volunteering to be the "boots on the ground" for the candidates we support. AnyoneCaryn Martinezinfo@ourrevolutioneastvalley.orghttps://facebook.com/orazev/https://facebook.com/orazev/
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Our Revolution AZ Valley of the SunPhoenix, Scottsdale, Mesa, Valley WideState and Local Legislation, voting rights and civic engagement, Electoral Process, geting progressives electedYesRegistering voters, Circulating petitions for voter initiatives, engaging in the electoral process to get progressives elected to office in ArizonaAnyoneChrista Scottinfo@ourrevolutionaz.orghttps://www.facebook.com/groups/ourrevolutionaz/https://www.facebook.com/groups/ourrevolutionaz/@ourrevolutionaz
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People Demanding Action ArizonaStatewide: ArizonaPeople Demanding Action Arizona is a nonpartisan nonprofit organization based in Arizona with a chapter affiliation to a national organization based in Washington D.C. called People Demanding Action. We build coalitions with other nonprofits and citizen advocacy groups around campaigns that address issues affecting our local communities.State and Local Legislation, education, environmental justice and/or climate change, immigrant rights, the prison industrial complex and criminal justice issues, health and healthcare, voting rights and civic engagementYesIssue teams on education, end wars & occupations, environment, healthcare, immigration, legal justice, voting rights' & election reform.AnyoneGraphic designWe are a statewide chapter of a national organization, People Demanding Action.Sara Joehnksara@pdactionaz.orgwww.pdactionaz.orghttps://www.facebook.com/PDActionAZ/
https://twitter.com/pdactionaz
PO Box 3062 Chandler, Arizona 85244
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Planned Parenthood Advocates of Arizona Phoenix, Flagstaff, Tuscon, Prescott, Statewide: ArizonaPlanned Parenthood Advocates of Arizona seeks to ensure all Arizonans have access to quality, non-judgmental health care, medically accurate and inclusive education; along with adding your voice to the growing resistance at the intersections of our communities.State and Local Legislation, education, LGBTQI issues, immigrant rights, racial justice and fighting white supremacy, reproductive rights and women's rights, health and healthcare, youth power, voting rights and civic engagement, disability justiceYesPPAA is the political arm of Planned Parenthood Arizona and is working to create and sustain reproductive justice for everyone.Anyonewe're looking for folks willing to talk to other Arizonans about who is in office, the issues impacting our communities and strategies to solve these problems, and those with a passion for democracy.Kelley Duppskdupps@ppaz.orgadvocatesaz.orghttps://www.facebook.com/ppadvocatesaz/@ppazaction4751 N 15th St, phoenix az 85014
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Progressive Healthcare CollaborativeStatewide: ArizonaThis group is dedicated to the advancement of progressive causes in medicine. It is composed of healthcare professionals of all kinds. If you work in the field of healthcare and are seeking a place for organization and advocacy then you have come to the right place. State and Local Legislation, reproductive rights and women's rights, health and healthcareYesOngoing organizing in favor of progressive healthcare policies.AnyoneQuinn Snyderquinn.snyder@gmail.comwww.phcollaborative.orghttps://www.facebook.com/phcollaborative/
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Represent Me AZTusconWe are a Grassroots Super PAC. One of 1200 Super PACs in the nation. We are intent on raising awareness of McSally's votes and positions in the vacuum of her deceptive statements and evasive communication. Our power is volunteer grassroots effort. We also raise money for our voting engagement, voter education and candidate exposure efforts. Exposing Martha McSally for nowYesGo to our website and sign up for a committee! AnyoneSocial Media, Researchers, LawyersAnyone who wants to work to counter the fundraising machine in CD2. We need volunteers to do the work that the Dark money does for McSally.We were born out of a thread on Pantsuit Nation Tucson Chapter of concerned voters who couldn't get any answers out of Martha McSally about her positions on racial and social justice issues. We protested on November 21st outside her office demanding she take a stand against the hate coming from the President Elect and his forming cabinet and staff. Since then we have become a well oiled machine. Please see our website for our full origin story and our evolved mission.Lizzy Bermaninfo@representmeaz.comwww.RepresentMeAZ.comwww.Facebook.com/representmeaz and our closed group is www.facebook.com/Groups/MakeMcSallyTakeAStand@representmeaz PO Box 32476 Tucson AZ 85751
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Save Our Schools ArizonaStatewide: ArizonaWe are parents, teachers and business leaders who believe that strong schools for ALL our children will create a more prosperous Arizona. Help us place the Save Our Schools Arizona Referendum on the 2018 ballot so that the citizens of Arizona can repeal SB1431, the ESA/voucher expansion bill, and demand that lawmakers prioritize public education.State and Local Legislation, educationYesWe need people to circulate petitions as well as clerical functions such as verifying signatures, writing cards, making calls, and much more. Anyone
Dawn Penich-Thacker
dawn@sosarizona.orgSOSArizona.orghttps://www.facebook.com/SaveOurSchoolsArizona/@arizona_sosarizona_sos
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Shoulders DownPhx, Scottsdale, Glendale and anywhere someone wishes to hostWe believe we must grow beyond our ideological bubble by sharing stories with others, and open listening. One experience, one conversation at a time is how we believe the current rancor in discourse can be best reduced. We must do this to knit our communities back together and work toward the common good.Our group discusses different topics every meeting, including all these and more as optionsYesWe meet regularly to hold Conversations around topics of concern to our community.AnyoneIT, social media, PRNon-progressives, conservatives, libertarians. Our group is about opposing ideologies in civil conversationWe are new and growing, hoping to find commonality in structured conversations between ideologically different people.Lisa HamiltonShouldrsDwn@gmail.comwww.shouldersdown.nethttps://www.facebook.com/groups/452765565092326/@ShouldersDown
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Southwest Human Developmnet, Inc.Phoenix, Primarily Maricopa County with a few othersSouthwest Human Development provides services primarily to young children in the areas of child health and welfare, disabilities, mental health, Head Start, and professional training. Legislative advocacy, community networking, needs assessments, and programmatic development are important components of the work.State and Local Legislation, education, health and healthcare, disability justice, child welfareYesOngoing volunteering in many different types of roles (e.g. mentoring foster children, reading to children in pediatrician's offices, assisting with events, creating "welcome placement bags" for children from other states newly placed with relatives here); volunteer Board member.
people with disabilities, women, youth, low-income people, parents
PT Advocacy ManagerSuzanne SchunkSSchunk@swhd.orgwww.swhd.orgwww.facebook.com/SouthwestHumanDevelopment @SWHD.org2850 N. 24th Street Phoenix, AZ 85008
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Stand Together AZ (Stand AZ)ScottsdaleWe Stand Together in Arizona to Champion our Constitutional Democracy.State and Local Legislation, education, environmental justice and/or climate change, immigrant rights, international justice work/refugee rights/peace work, reproductive rights and women's rights, health and healthcare, voting rights and civic engagement, Trump/Russia InvestigationYesWe publish a weekly newsletter on Monday that describes specific actions for members to take each day throughout the week. We also involve members in monthly meetings and ACTION groups including Voters, Women's Perseverance, Immigration, Education, HealthCare, Environment, and Trump/Russia Investigation. These small groups meet at our monthly meetings and educate others on current topics. We also need people to help with meetings, publicity, crisis management, advertising, graphic design and social media.AnyonePublic Relations, Advertising, Graphic Design, Crisis Management, Marketing, Curator of Twitter, Leadership positionsDemocrats, Republicans or IndependentsWe formed after the Women's March as a huddle group, but have since joined Indivisible to be inclusive to men.Jenni Eiselstandtogetheraz@gmail.comwww.standaz.orghttps://www.facebook.com/groups/standtogetheraz/@stand_azWe meet every 3rd Monday of the month at the Via LInda Senior Center, 10440 E. Via Linda Scottsdale, AZ 85258
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Stronger Together AZPhoenix, Scottsdale, Tuscon, Mesa, Statewide: ArizonaWe are committed to inspiring, supporting, and mobilizing all people to drive progressive change throughout our state and communities through education, social action, and civic engagement. By focusing on local, regional, and national issues that impact Arizonans, we effect positive change with inclusive and open collaboration. We are stronger together.State and Local Legislation, education, environmental justice and/or climate change, LGBTQI issues, immigrant rights, international justice work/refugee rights/peace work, racial justice and fighting white supremacy, the prison industrial complex and criminal justice issues, reproductive rights and women's rights, health and healthcare, voting rights and civic engagement, transportation and urban planning, disability justice, coporate responsibility, targeting of religious groups, economic redistribution and philanthropyYesWe have 15 total committees, both issue based and community based, that meet regularly to plan and execute group goals.AnyoneCindy Harrison
member_services@strongeraz.org
www.strongeraz.orghttps://www.facebook.com/groups/pantsuitnationaz/
@Arizona_Strong; @STAZ_Enviro; @STAZ_Education; @STAZ_Women
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Take The StateStatewide: Arizona, Los AngelesTake the State is on a mission to recruit, train, and assist progressive leaders in running for state office in districts that do not have progressive representation. Our goal is to have strong candidates run in Republican held State House and Senate seats to flip states from Republican to Progressive control. We work with candidates to provide them with everything they need to build a strong winning campaign. For a fight this big, local support is not enough. We coordinate with partner organizations and volunteers to support our candidates as they take back their state. State and Local LegislationYesvoter registration, district research, recruit state legislative candidatesAnyoneTo talk to voters, one must be very amicable. If researching districts, one must be able to work quickly on a computer. If one wants to help recruit candidates, one must be able to access a progressive legislator. Take the State is committed to driving progressive change throughout our country by winning state elections that put progressive leaders into office.Rolando Aguirrerolando@takethestate.comtakethestate.orghttps://www.facebook.com/takethestate2018/@Take_The_State
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The Desert DissenterPhoenixThe purpose of our website is simple: We want to give you the tools, information and encouragement to Resist the Toxic Trump Agenda. That means we want to connect you with local groups, events, information and your community.State and Local Legislation, art and media, voting rights and civic engagementYesWe are looking for people to assist with the website. AnyoneGraphic design, data entry, web development, networkingWe are devoted to promoting and supporting all progressive groups throughout Arizona. Specifically, we want to connect Arizonans with the tools and information they need to be active politically and within their communities. Anastasia
azagainsttrumpagenda@gmail.com
www.thedesertdissenter.comhttps://www.facebook.com/thedesertdissenter@desertdissenter
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The Urban Phoenix ProjectPhoenixWe envision a downtown Phoenix in which walking, biking, and public transit are just as convenient and comfortable as driving. We work towards this by fostering awareness and catalyzing action to uphold the standards and best practices of good urban design.housing and/or gentrification, environmental justice and/or climate change, transportation and urban planningYesBoard Members and regular volunteersAnyoneKnowledge of Urbanism Best PracticesSean Sweatboard@urbanphoenixproject.orghttp://www.urbanphoenixproject.org/https://www.facebook.com/urbanphoenixproject/@UrbanPhxProject
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Tucson Democratic Socialists of America TusconThe Tucson DSA is focused on dispelling myths about socialist policies and uplifting the most disadvantaged groups of the community. Activities include teaching socialist theory, going to social events like potlucks and fundraisers and community outreach and solidarity in which members work with allies in the area.State and Local Legislation, workers rights, education, environmental justice and/or climate change, LGBTQI issues, immigrant rights, international justice work/refugee rights/peace work, racial justice and fighting white supremacy, the prison industrial complex and criminal justice issues, reproductive rights and women's rights, health and healthcare, voting rights and civic engagement, disability justice, coporate responsibility, economic redistribution and philanthropyYesRegular meetings, reading groupsAnyoneThe DSA is a political activism and education organization and does not focus on electoral politics.Duncan Hasmanduncan.hasman@gmail.com
https://www.facebook.com/Democratic-Socialists-of-America-Tucson-225193221297736/
https://www.facebook.com/Democratic-Socialists-of-America-Tucson-225193221297736/@DSA_Tucson
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Tucson SolidarityTusconTucson Solidarity commits to building unity and celebrating solidarity. We view ourselves as one community--one voice. We value compassion, equality, justice, and peace. We stand against bigotry in all forms; the destruction of the earth; attacks on the poor; or harming social security or health care.

education, environmental justice and/or climate change, immigrant rights, international justice work/refugee rights/peace work, racial justice and fighting white supremacy, reproductive rights and women's rights, health and healthcare, economic redistribution and philanthropy, all of the aboveYesNeighborhood/community organizing; educational programs; initiative petitionsAnyoneorganizing; leadership; fundraisingEveryone new to activism is welcomedActivists organizing the Tucson Women's March and Solidarity Rally continued working as Tucson Solidarity.Tim Lennoncontact@tucsonsolidarity.orgwww.tucsonsolidarity.orghttps://www.facebook.com/TucsonSolidarityMovement/@TucSolidaritytucsonsolidarity
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Unitarian Universalist Justice Arizona NetworkPhoenix, Flagstaff, Tuscon, Prescott, Statewide: ArizonaThe mission of UUJAZ is to engage Arizona Unitarian Universalists in justice making by strengthening congregational social justice ministries, connecting UU activists and congregations across the state, partnering with like-minded justice organizations, and empowering UUs to work for socially just public policy.State and Local Legislation, education, LGBTQI issues, immigrant rights, racial justice and fighting white supremacy, economic justiceYesUUJAZ has ongoing Issue Action Teams of activists who engage in justice building themselves and invite UU congregations to join them.
Unitarian Universalists
other progressives
Rev. Lisa McDaniel-Hutchings
lisa@uujaz.orgwww.uujaz.orgwww.facebook.com/uujaz10400 E Camino Quince, Tucson, AZ 85748
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White Hat DemocratsPhoenixWHD works to strengthen the Democratic Party by enlisting citizens to participate as Precinct Committeepersons (PC) Doing so, allows the issues of their respective communities to be heard and give shape to our party.

PC's are empowered to do so as voting members of the Democratic Party. The party is meant to represent the people. Help us make it so.
State and Local Legislation, voting rights and civic engagementYesWe hold presentations across Arizona, currently operating primarily out of Maricopa. Our presenters help recruit PCs. We also need people dedicated to operations. Communications, technology, accounting, etc.AnyoneWe are looking for strong speakers and self starters!Toni Therrien
toni.therrien@whitehatdemocrats.com
www.whitehatdemocrats.comhttps://www.facebook.com/groups/whitehatdemocrats/
https://twitter.com/WhiteHatDems
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Young Democrats of ArizonaStatewide: ArizonaThe Young Democrats of Arizona is one of the oldest youth political organizations in the Western United States, and is also one of the largest in the country. Founded in 1933 as one of the early chapters of the Young Democrats of America, YDAZ is the official youth arm of the Arizona Democratic Party and is the best place for Democratic activists between 14 and 36 years old. Our mission is to turn out young people to get Democrats elected across the state!youth powerYesYoung Democrats have chapters all over the state that we can get people plugged into. Each chapter organizes their own activities, including meetings, guest speakers, community service projects and campaign involvement. youth, studentsYoung Democrats are considered to be anyone between the ages of 14 and 36. Sierra Yamanakasierrayamanaka@gmail.comhttps://www.facebook.com/YDArizona/https://www.facebook.com/YDArizona/@YDAZ
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Yuma County Democratic PartyYumaState and Local Legislation, voting rights and civic engagementYesOffice staffing, voter registration, candidate support, voter canvassing, special event set-up & logistics.Anyonepersonal communication skills, database software,Jeanne Glover
secretary@yumademocrats.com
yumademocrats.comhttps://www.facebook.com/yumademocrats/290 S. 1st Ave., Yuma, AZ 85364
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Yuma County IndivisibleYumaYuma County Indivisible is a local group inspired by the Indivisible Guide and powered by dedicated members of the Yuma community.State and Local Legislation, environmental justice and/or climate change, immigrant rights, reproductive rights and women's rights, health and healthcare, voting rights and civic engagementYesOur group has a regular meeting on the 1st and 3rd Thursdays of every month where we discuss what new local action may be made. We love to hear the new and insightful ideas of our members.AnyoneWe need people who are not afraid to lead and express their ideas for action.We are a non-partisan group and are open to people from all backgrounds and points of view.Tymmi Woodstaw311@outlook.comhttps://www.facebook.com/YumaCountyIndivisible/https://www.facebook.com/YumaCountyIndivisible/@YCIndivisible
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