Progressive Congress

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Progressive Congress is a nonprofit supporting the policy and organizing work of the Congressional Progressive Caucus. It was founded in 2009, particularly as a response to the healthcare reform debate. It seeks to build a bridge between the Congressional Progressive Caucus and the progressive movement as a whole.

Now Congressional Progressive Caucus Center.

About

Progressive Congress was built at the intersection between the Congressional Progressive Caucus and the progressive movement to connect the progressive movement, ideas, and Congress. Founded by the leadership and staff of the CPC and key leaders in the progressive movement, the board includes a broad cross-section of the progressive community in the United States and the leadership of the CPC.[1]

Goals

Like the CPC, Progressive Congress focuses its efforts around four key policy areas:[1]

  • Peace and global security
  • Energy independence and environmental sustainability
  • Civil rights, civil liberties, and human rights
  • Public health, education and economic opportunity

ProgressiveCongress.org

ProgressiveCongress.org is dedicated to research and education connecting the progressive movement, ideas, and Congress.

Board

As of January 15 2018, the following individuals were members of the board:[2]

As of February 18 2013, the following were members of the board:[3]

As at March 18, 2010, the following were members of the board:As at March 18, 2010, the following were staff members of the organization:[4]

Progressive Congress Action Fund

The Progressive Congress Action Fund is a non-profit advocacy organization dedicated to engaging the American public with progressives in Congress.

Board

As at March 18, 2010, the following were members of the board:As at March 18, 2010, the following were staff members of the organization:[5]

Staff

As at March 18, 2010, the following were staff members of the organization:[6]

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