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CO-SPONSORS OF THE PROGRESSIVE CHALLENGE
The “Progressive Challenge” was a project which more than 100 leftist organizations co-sponsored and launched in 1997, in an effort to unite their activities and talking points under a “multi-issue progressive agenda.” Among these co-sponsors, which worked closely with the Congressional Progressive Caucus, were the following organizations: the 50 Years Is Enough Network, the AFL-CIO; Alliance for Democracy (Washington chapter); Americans for a Sustainable Economy; Americans for Democratic Action; Amnesty International; Brookings Institution; Campaign for America's Future; Campaign for Health Security; Campaign for New Priorities; Center for Defense Information; Catholic Charities; Center for Law and Social Policy; Center for Responsive Politics; Center for the Advancement of Public Policy; Center of Concern; Center on Budget and Policy Priorities; Child Welfare League; Children's Defense Fund; Citizens for Tax Justice; Coalition on Human Needs; Consumer's Union; Council for a Livable World; Defenders of Wildlife; Demilitarization for Democracy; Democratic Socialists of America; Development GAP; Economic Policy Institute; Friends Committee on National Legislation; Friends of the Earth; Fund for New Priorities in America; Human Rights Watch; Institute for Policy Studies; Institute for Women's Policy Research; International Labor Rights Fund; Latin American Working Group; Leadership Conference on Civil and Human Rights; Long-Term Care Campaign; National Association of Public Hospitals; National Black Child Development Institute; National Committee to Preserve Social Security and Medicare; National Council of La Raza; National Council of Negro Women; National Council of Senior Citizens; National Education Association; National Jobs for All Coalition; National Organization for Women; National Rainbow Coalition (which evolved into the Rainbow/PUSH Coalition); National Priorities Project; National Urban League; NETWORK: A National Catholic Social Justice Lobby; Peace Action; Preamble Center for Public Policy; Public Campaign; Public Citizen; Stakeholders Alliance; Unitarian Universalist Service Committee; UNITE (which evolved into UNITE HERE!); United Electrical, Radio and Machine Workers of America; United for a Fair Economy; U.S. Campaign to Ban Landmines; U.S. Civil Rights Commission; USA Network for Habitat II; Veterans for Peace; Witness for Peace; Working Assets; and Women, Law and Development.
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