Presents lists of alternative media, cyber rights sites and resources, and other related information.
Presents a list of resources for new and experienced activists, campaign organizers, and legal workers.
A global web movement that allows people to take action on global, regional and national issues; includes details of current campaigns, an archive, and how to join.
Nonprofit and nonpartisan citizens organization publishing breaking news from a progressive perspective along with ideas, opinions, and in-depth analyses.
Foundation working to engage and support activists with social movements to impact the world.
Aims to advance social justice throughout the world through investigation and reporting.
The Digital Librarian
Lists links to websites that provide progressive news, action alerts, and other relevant information.
Provides guidance, education, and financing to young community leaders.
Federation for American Immigration Reform
Offers information on objectives, immigration facts and issues, media, legislation, taking action, board of directors and staff, endorsements, jobs, annual report and IRS filings.
Provides technology and communications strategies for public affair objectives. Offers information on politics, including how to contact a representative.
Human Rights Tech
Philadelphia-based nonprofit organization aims to assist and encourage grassroots anti-poverty initiatives by leveraging information technology.
Organization for international justice works to prosecute perpetrators of crimes against humanity, war crimes and genocide.
Media Education Foundation
Produces and distributes video documentaries to encourage critical thinking and debate about the relationship between media and consumer.
Mono No Aware
Art-based campaign to raise awareness about the radioactive contamination occurring at a nuclear fuel reprocessing plant in the village of Rokkasho in Japan.
Posts protest action alerts and information in addition to providing regional protest details.
Off shoot of the Occupy Wall Street activism. The group aims to raise money which will then be used to forgive debt.
Citizen activists are empowered by reporting non-emergency issues in their own neighborhoods.
We Are What We Do
Encourages people to take simple, everyday actions in order to change the world.