Greater Lafayette Activist Organizations
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Greater Lafayette Immigrant Alliesimmigrant advocacy, fellowshipKirsten SerranoFacebook page, www.standingforgood.comDirect Action
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Lafayette Solidarity WMWhttps://www.facebook.com/groups/1196315540424082/
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Greater Lafayette ACLUcivil liberties advocacy, awareness, education, free speech, freedom of press, freedom of religion, the right to protest, privacy concerns, disability rights, immigrant rights, racial justice, reproductive rights, etc.Lauren Bruce, Judy Weitzman, Anne Rileyhttps://www.facebook.com/GreaterLafayetteACLU; http://www.glaclu.orgDirect ActionGLACLU works with IN-ACLU -- board membership overlap. Active in GLA since 1955. Institutional and area history/knowledge. Local emphasis on community education.
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SURJ Greater Lafayetteracial justice, White ally education and training, collaboration with local and national racial justice organizing effortsAshley Watson, Cathryn English, Rob Soden, Erin Walterhttps://www.facebook.com/surjgreaterlafayette/Direct Action
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Younger Women's Task Force of Greater LafayetteYWTF is a movement by and for younger women to fight for social justice. Together we form a diverse and inclusive group on the local and national levels.Mel Gruverhttps://www.facebook.com/YWTFLaLa/Direct Action
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Occupy PurdueOccupy Purdue is a movement to take a stand against racism and white supremacist propaganda on Purdue University's West Lafayette campus. https://www.facebook.com/occupypurduewl/Direct Action
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Lafayette Indivisible Against HateResisting Trump by pressuring local members of congressSean Luteshttps://www.lafayetteindivisible.comSame as Lafayette Indivisible?--yes
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Purdue Social Justice CoalitionPurdue Social Justice Coalition is a community of students, faculty and staff of Purdue University, along with workers and citizens in Lafayette/West Lafayette who volunteer their time to make the university and city-wide community more progressive and accountable to social justice issues regionally, nationally and internationally.Dana Bisignamihttps://www.facebook.com/purduesocialjusticecoalition/Direct Action
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Greater Lafayette Progressives
To encourage and facilitate the forging together of people
and organizations into an overall movement based on common values, goals and culture
Sheila Rosenthalhttps://www.facebook.com/Greater-Lafayette-Progressives-1767310756874848/Direct Action
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Citizens for Civil RightsMary Finneganhttps://www.facebook.com/citizensforcivilrights/
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Pride Lafayettehttps://www.facebook.com/PrideLafayette/Direct Action
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Indiana Crossroads Sisters, Abbey of the Shimmering SiloWe are dedicated to service, advocacy, social justice, safer sex education and awareness, ending HIV stigma and working for an end to the HIV/AIDS pandemic, and raising much needed funds for critical causes in and around our community. Using humor, wit, and wisdom, we expose the forces of bigotry and guilt that chain the human spirit.Point Nun for contact can be Sister Purrr Do or Guard Geena TonicPurrrdo@gmail.com or Indianacrossroadssisters@gmail.comDirect Actionhttp://www.indianacrossroadssisters.org/about.html
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Moms Demand Action for Gun Sense in America - LafayetteBi-partisan, focused solely on sensible gun legislation to prevent gun injuries and deathsKathy Parker, Julia Chesterhttps://www.facebook.com/groups/1175136105834093/?hc_ref=SEARCHDirect Actionhttps://momsdemandaction.org/
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Hear Our Voice Indiana - Greater Lafayettesharing updates on events in the area, important legislation, hosting postcard events, and organizing other Women's March Movement activitiesShauna Williams, Kate Seigfried-Spellarhttps://www.facebook.com/groups/1852030481744334/?ref=group_browse_newDiscussion Group
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Suit Up Indiana - Tippecanoe Countycatch-all group for Indiana, Tippecanoe County residents of a progressive mindset and empowering actionSarah Rogershttps://www.facebook.com/groups/SuitUpIndianaTippecanoe/?ref=group_browse_newDiscussion Group?While formed because of Pantsuit Nation and Suit Up Indiana, this group is not an official state affiliate of any national organizations at this time.
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League of Women Voters of Greater LafayetteThe League of Women Voters is a nonpartisan political organization encouraging the informed and active participation of citizens in government. It influences public policy through education and advocacy. Patsy Hoyerwww.leaguelafayette.org/ or https://www.facebook.com/League-of-Women-Voters-of-Greater-Lafayette-205166349532937/Direct ActionDo not support or oppose any political party or candidate.
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Lafayette/West Lafayette Branch NAACP #3056The local branch has worked as advocates to assist clients while continuing to promote membership growth. It has also hosted guest speakers who are experts in the areas of law enforcement, housing, child welfare and university athletics. As a local branch the NAACP has developed bipartisan relationships that maintain strength of purpose to educate all citizens of laws protecting their civil rights. We are an organization for all people with a mission that has continued the good fight of ensuring the political, educational, social, and economic equality of rights of all persons and to eliminate race-based discrimination.Sadie Harper Scott https://www.facebook.com/LafayetteWest-Lafayette-Branch-NAACP-3056-115134711858786/
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Black Lives Matter social justice groupJada Haughey has been leading this at the Unitarian Universalist Church in WL
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Indiana Moral Mondays
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Indiana Reproductive Justice Coalition
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Citizen's Climate LobbyLiam Fitzgerald, Susan Schecterhttps://www.facebook.com/CitizensClimateLobbyLafayetteDirect Action
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Bicycle Lafayettepedestrian and cyclist rights, transit justice, bicycle safety educationRose Kaczmarowski, Stephanie Silvahttps://www.facebook.com/BicycleLafayette/; http://www.bicyclelafayette.org/Direct Action
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Students for Justice in Palestine
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Tippecanoe County DemocratsHeather Maddox
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Indiana Black Expo, Greatere Lafayette Chapter"to be an effective voice and vehicle for the social and economic advancement of African-Americans."
Jesse Moore: chapter president, John Young: chapter rep.
http://www.indianablackexpo.com/chapter-greater-lafayette.aspBoth
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Diversity Roundtable Barbara Clark bclark3@purdue.edu
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Common Cause Indiana Joyce Fieldjfield@nlci.com field.joyce@gmail.com
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Indian Women's Associationgender issues, intersectionality, pluralism, secular org. IWA is the representative organization of the Indian community in Lafayette and cooperate with other humanitarian organizations in providing community service. Aparna Puriapuri3821@gmail.comBothSecular and Apolitical
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