Major Corporations Help Fund Liberal Groups Organizing Inauguration Protest March

The Women’s March on Washington (WMW) is set to take place the day after President Donald Trump’s inauguration for an exercise in identity politics with no apparent purpose. Many liberal groups including the Sierra Club, Planned Parenthood, and the Human Rights Campaign have all rallied behind this march to show where they stand.

Listed below are some of the top liberal organizations participating in the Women’s March on Washington along with some of their corporate sponsors and partners:

Center for Reproductive Rights
Bank of America
General Electric
Greenpeace USA
General Electric
Human Rights Campaign
Bank of America
Moms Demand Action for Gun Sense
Bank of America
General Electric
Planned Parenthood
Bank of America
Sierra Club
Bank of America

The sponsoring groups all vary in terms of their individual goals. Some stand for liberal environmental policies; others stand against the 2nd Amendment. A few stand for abortion. While the objective of this march started out somewhat unclear, it has been made very clear that it is intended for activists that support abortion only. Several pro-life groups who were originally told they could march have now been denied entry and deemed an “error.” A statement from the Women’s March declared:

“The protest is pro-choice and that has been our stance from Day One. We want to assure all of our partners, as well as our participants, that we are pro-choice as clearly stated in our Unity Principles.”

You can view the full list of partners here.

Behind many of these sponsoring groups are corporate supporters, some of which are listed above. You may notice a trend… Bank of America, General Electric and Microsoft all serve as contributors to every major organization partnering with the Women’s March on Washington, essentially funding the march and helping achieve the liberal agenda. Click here to learn exactly where each corporation within our database stands on the issues. And remember, where you spend your money does in fact matter.

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*Companies that have acquiesced to the Moms Demand anti-2nd Amendment agenda.

  • DT


    You seem to think “liberal” is a bad thing. If you had a dictionary and used it to look up the word, you’d see it’s a compliment.

    A liberal is “open to new behavior or opinions and willing to discard traditional values.” You know, traditional values of being judgmental hating people who think and act differently than you do, while minding their own business.

    It’s like those of you who are closeted homosexuals are so pissed-off that open homosexuals-who-don’t-care-what-you-think get to go out and have all the great sex they want while you get stuck with whatever-it-is-you-get-stuck-with due to your closet that you openly bitch about what you desire.

    You judgmental folks are funny.

    • lolgfy

      You “liberals” are even funnier. You’ve abandoned the historical meaning of liberal to become fascists and to demonize anyone who dares not follow your narrow, strict orthodoxy. Very un-American.

      • DT

        Seems you need a dictionary. If YOU are going to define me, choose the correct word in the first place so you don’t have to say I’m liberal but I’ve abandoned the meaning. That statement simply means you used the incorrect word to begin with. It has nothing to do with my grasp of the English language.

        You might want to look up the word “American” while you’re scouring the dictionary for the correct words to use. I don’t think it means what you think it means. Now you have me wondering, just what do you think it means to be American?

  • MAZ

    Typical circular liberal reasoning where it’s ok for them to shove their values down our throats and we’re supposed to shut up. I don’t give a rat’s behind what you do in your closet, just don’t come around me and expect my approval or admiration. Grow up and stay away from me.

  • Paul Raymond

    Women’s March on Washington 2017 Buddies



    1199 SEIU


    50/50 Project

    52 Feminists

    9to5, National Association of Working Women

    A Better Balance

    A is For

    A. Philip Randolph Institute

    ACCESS Michigan

    The Advancement Project

    Advocates for Youth


    African Communities Together


    Alive Inside Foundation

    Alliance for Justice

    Alliance for Quality Education

    Alliance of Nurses for Healthy Environments

    All Out

    Ameinu (Our People)

    America’s Voice

    The American Association of University Professors (AAUP)

    American Association of University Women (AAUW)

    American Atheists

    American Civil Liberties Union (ACLU)

    American Constitution Society

    American Federation of Teachers, AFL-CIO

    American Humanist Association

    American Indian Movement

    American Jewish World Service

    American Medical Women’s Association

    Americans for Democratic Action (ADA)

    Americans for Indian Opportunity

    Americans United for Separation of Church and State

    Americas for Conservation + the Arts

    Amnesty International

    The Amplifier Foundation

    Arab American Association of New York

    Art and Resistance Through Education

    ART NOT WAR / Humanity for Progress

    Arte Sana

    ASHA For Women

    Asian American Legal Defense and Education Fund (AALDEF)

    Asian Americans Advancing Justice – Atlanta

    Asian Americans Advancing Justice – Chicago

    Asian Americans Advancing Justice – Los Angeles

    Asian Pacific American Labor Alliance, AFL-CIO (APALA)

    Association of Black Women Attorneys (ABWA)

    Association of Flight Attendants-CWA

    Athlete Ally


    The Autonomous Womyn’s Front

    B Stigma-Free

    Baltimore County Green Party

    Be Kind for Lyme

    Bend the Arc Jewish Action

    Best of Life

    Beyond Nuclear

    Black Business Network Exchange

    Black Girls Rock

    Black Ladies International Incorporated

    Black Lives of Unitarian Universalism

    Black Women’s Blueprint

    Black Women’s Roundtable

    Black Youth Vote! (BYV!)

    Bold and Boundless

    Brady Campaign to Prevent Gun Violence united with Million Mom March


    Brick x Brick

    The Brotherhood/Sister Sol

    Brown Boi Project

    Bus for Progress


    California Immigrant Policy Center

    Camions of Care

    Campaign for Youth Justice

    Catholics for Choice

    Center for American Progress

    Center for Biological Diversity

    Center for Constitutional Rights

    Center for Educational Excellence in Alternative Settings

    Center for Emergent Diplomacy

    Center for Popular Democracy

    Center for Health and Gender Equity (CHANGE)

    Center for Inquiry

    The Center For Reproductive Rights

    Children’s Firearm Safety Alliance


    Citizens for Juvenile Justice

    Civil Liberties & Public Policy Program

    Cleveland Action Democrats

    Climate First!

    Coalition Against Gun Violence

    Coalition for Post Tubal Women (CPTwomen)

    The Coalition of Nasty Women

    Coalition to Stop Gun Violence



    Color Of Change

    Common Conversation

    Common Defense

    Communications Workers of America

    Communist Party USA

    Communities United for Police Reform

    Connecticut Juvenile Justice Alliance


    Council on American Islamic Relations (CAIR)

    Council on American Islamic Relations – Connecticut (CAIR-CT)

    Council on American Islamic Relations – San Francisco Bay Area

    Covenant Baptist United Church of Christ



    Cultures of Dignity

    Dayton Women’s Rights Alliance

    The DC Alliance of Youth Advocates

    DC Lawyers for Youth

    Define AmericanDemList

    Democracy Spring

    Democratic Socialists of America

    Democratic Women of Sullivan County


    Disability Action for America

    Diverse Disability Media

    Doctors for America


    The Dream Corps

    The Earth Day Kids

    Earth Day Network

    East Point Peace Academy

    Economic Policy Institute



    Elephant Circle

    Ellevate Network

    Emerging Visual Realities

    EMILY’s List

    Empower HER Business

    Equal Rights Advocates

    Equality Equation

    Equality Now

    ERA Action

    ERA Coalition

    ERA Minnesota

    Everything Girls Love

    Every Voice

    ExpertClick’s NewsReleaseWire

    Faith in New York

    Family Values @ Work

    Federation of Protestant Welfare Agencies

    Fem Federation

    FEM Inc.

    Feminist Majority Foundation


    Fig Tree Revolution


    Free Minds Book Club & Writing Workshop

    GABRIELA Washington, D.C.

    Gathering For Justice

    Gender Action

    Gender at Work

    Georgetown University College Democrats

    Girl Be Heard

    Girl Rising

    Girls Republic

    Girls Rock Camp Santa Barbara

    Girls Who Code

    Girls With Ideas

    Give Lively


    GLBTQ Legal Advocates & Defenders (GLAD)

    Global Citizen & CHIME FOR CHANGE

    Global Fund for Women

    Global Momenta

    The Global Women’s Institute


    Got a Girl Crush

    Grandmothers Against Violence

    Grassroots Action New York

    Grassroots Global Justice Alliance

    Green Building Pages | Green Product Pages

    Green For All

    Greenpeace USA


    Higher Heights


    Hip Hop Caucus

    Hope and Love Inc

    The Human Right to Family Planning Initiative

    Human Rights Campaign

    Human Rights Watch



    The Incarcerated Nation Corp

    Indian American Democratic Club

    Interfaith Center of New York

    International Association for Feminist Economics

    International Domestic Workers Federation

    International Women’s Convocation

    International Women’s Health Coalition


    J.O.I. Strategies – Justice Opportunity & Inclusion

    Jackson the Film

    Jan. 21 Teach-in

    Japanese American Citizens League

    Jewish Social Justice Roundtable

    Jewish Women’s Foundation

    Jews for Racial & Economic Justice (JFREJ)


    Justice For Families

    Justice Policy Institute


    Just Planet

    Katrina’s Dream

    Kentuckians For The Commonwealth (KFTC)


    Korean American Resource and Cultural Center

    Korean Resource Center

    The Kyle Jean-Baptiste Foundation Inc.


    Labor Council for Latin American Advancement

    Labor Project for Working Family

    Lady Parts Justice

    Lawyers for Good Government

    League of Conservation Voters

    League of United Latin American Citizens

    League of Women Voters

    Left at 50

    Life Camp Inc.

    Love Warriors of Momastery

    Lower Eastside Girls Club




    Make the Road New York


    Manhattan Young Democrats

    Meditate Your Action

    Mexican American Legal Defense and Education Fund

    Michigan Council on Crime and Delinquency

    MINKA Brooklyn

    Minnesota Coalition Against Sexual Assault


    Mobile Action for Progress

    Model Alliance

    Modern Abolitionist

    Moms Clean Air Force

    Moms Demand Action for Gun Sense


    Mothers Out Front

    Move Forward New York

    MPower Change

    Ms. Foundation

    Muslim Community Network

    Muslim Women’s Alliance

    Muslim Women’s Organization


    NAACP Youth & College Division

    NARAL Pro-Choice America Foundation

    NARI Network

    National Abortion Federation

    National Asian Pacific American Women’s Forum (NAPAWF)

    National Association of Social Workers

    National Bar Association

    National Black Food Justice Alliance

    National Center for Lesbian Rights

    National Coalition of Black Civic Participation

    National Community Reinvestment Coalition

    National Conference of Puerto Rican Women

    National Council for Incarcerated and Formerly Incarcerated Women and Girls

    National Council of Jewish Women

    The National Crittenton Foundation

    National Domestic Workers Alliance

    National Education Association

    National Institute for Reproductive Health

    National Korean American Service and Education Consortium (NAKASEC)

    National Latina Institute for Reproductive Health

    National Network for Arab American Communities

    National Newspaper Publishers Associations

    National Organization for Women (NOW)

    National Partnership for Women & Families

    National Rainbow PUSH Coalition

    National Women’s Coalition Against Violence & Exploitation (NWCAVE)

    National Women’s Health Network

    National Women’s History Project

    National Women’s Law Center

    National Women’s Liberation

    National Women’s Political Caucus

    The National Workplace Bullying Coalition

    National Youth Advocate Program, Inc.

    Native Voice Network


    NCJW Chicago North Shore

    Network for Victim Recovery of DC

    The Network of Arab-American Professionals

    The New Agenda

    New Yorkers Against Gun Violence

    The New York Immigration Coalition

    New York State Nurses Association (NYSNA)

    New York Women Social Entrepreneurs

    Newtown Action Alliance

    The Next Four Years – Milwaukee

    NO More

    OCA – Asian Pacific American Advocates

    Occupy Wall Street

    Ohio Coalition Against Gun Violence

    Omega Women’s Leadership Center

    One Billion Rising

    Ontario Federation of Labour

    The Oracle Institute


    Pacem in Terris

    Paradigm Shift NYC

    Parent Voices CA

    PDX Women in Technology

    Peace Over Violence

    Peace Pentagon HUB

    PEN America

    People’s Action

    People For the American Way

    People Who Net, Inc

    The Philosopher’s Stone

    Physicians For Reproductive Health

    Planned Parenthood

    Poligon Educational Fund

    Positive Women’s Network NYC Chapter

    Positive Women’s Network USA

    Progressive Coders Network

    Psychologists for Social Responsibility

    Public Citizen

    Pussy Hat Project

    Queen of Manifestation

    Rachel’s Network

    Radio One DC Majic 102.3

    Radio One DC WKYS-FM

    Raha Iranian Feminist Collective

    Raising Women’s Voices for the Health Care We Need

    Raw Services


    The Representation Project

    The Resource Center for Nonviolence

    Rhode Island Coalition Against Gun Violence

    RISE When We Fall

    Rutgers AAUP-AFT

    Sasha Bruce Youthwork, Inc.

    Saratogians for Gun Safety

    Save Our Schools

    Secular Coalition for America

    See Jane Do

    SEIU Healthcare PA

    She’s It LLC

    Sheep Creek Farm

    Sierra Club

    Sisters in Synergy

    Skinless Project

    Smith College Club of Washington

    Social Accountability Work Group

    Southern Poverty Law Center


    Spread Love Trump Hate

    South Asian Americans Leading Together

    St. Mark’s Episcopal Church, Capitol Hill

    Standing on The Side of Love

    Students for Choice

    Students Resisting Trump, a project of SFER Action Network

    Support the Girls

    SurvJustice Inc.

    The Susan Jolley Awareness Program

    Swamp Revolt

    Tabu Health

    Tangerine Entertainment


    There is No Limit Foundation

    TN Anti Racist Network

    Together We Can

    Trayvon Martin Foundation

    Truthworker Theatre Company

    Turning Point Suffragist Memorial Association

    UAW Women’s Department

    UFCW Women’s Network


    Unitarian Universalist Association

    Unitarian Universalist Church of Buffalo

    Unitarian Universalist Women’s Federation

    United for Peace and Justice

    United Progressives of New Hampshire (UPNH)

    The United State of Women

    United Teachers of Richmond CTA/NEA

    United University Professions

    Unite Women New York Inc.

    United We Dream

    URGE: Unite for Reproproductive & Gender Equity



    Veterans Stand for America

    Virginia Democratic Women’s Caucus

    The Voter Participation Center

    Voto Latino



    We Are Woman

    We Stand With Love

    WNY Women’s Foundation

    Womenbeing Project

    WomenNC – NC Committee for CEDAW/CSW

    WomenStrong International

    Women Across Frontiers

    The Women At the Well Inc.

    Women Have Options – Ohio

    Women for Afghan Women

    Women for Justice

    Women for Women International

    Women Lawyers En Garde

    Women of Color in the Global Women’s Strike

    Women Occupy Hollywood

    Women of EO Network

    Women Of Green

    Women On 20s, Inc.

    Women Thrive Alliance

    Women TIES, LLC

    Women Watching Washington

    Women Win Foundation, Inc.

    Women Without Fear

    The Women Worldwide Initiative

    Women’s Action for New Directions (WAND)

    The Women’s Collective

    Woman’s Democratic Club of Montgomery County, Maryland

    Women’s Environment and Development Organization

    Women’s Earth and Climate Action Network (WECAN)

    Women’s Health Specialists of California, Feminist Women’s Health Center

    Women’s Image Network

    The Women’s Information Network (WIN NYC)

    Women’s International League for Peace & Freedom US Section

    Women’s Learning Partnership for Rights, Development and Peace

    Women’s Media Center

    Women’s National Democratic Club (WNDC)

    Women’s Voices Women Vote Action Fund


    Women, Action, and the Media


    World Fellowship Center


    Wyoming Children’s Law Center

    Youth First Initiative

    YWCA Metropolitan Chicago




    Planned Parenthood

    National Resource Defense Council

    Emily’s List

    NARAL Pro-Choice America

    American Civil Liberties Union

    American Federation of Teachers

    Human Rights Campaign

    Peace Is Loud



  • Paul Raymond

    GLAAD Buddies:
    Delta Airlines
    Hilton Hotels Worldwide
    Ketel One Vodka
    Wells Fargo

  • Scripture tells us that he will initially be known as a friend to Israel, and that he will broker a seven-year peace treaty between them and their enemies. Of course, half way through, he will change. We are further told that he will implement a world monetary system, known as the “mark of the beast” which will be accompanied by an identification number of 666. This accomplishment will require that he is familiar with world banking and how monetary systems work. Many believe this number will actually consist of the numbers 666. However, it is possible that the three sixes represent three sets of six numbers equaling a total of 18 numbers, or two times our social security numbers, which will create a credit and debit system that will eliminate theft, fraud, and money laundering. Such a system would look wonderful to the world and paint rebellious Christians as criminals. It should also be noted that in order for the world to willing comply with such a monetary system, it is likely that a worldwide financial collapse would precede the acceptance of such a plan. This is one scenario.

    • “Seven days, Seven days the gods have alloted all spirits and souls, to travel the world and say goodbye to those we loved in life. I open my windows and open my door for these seven days that we may be together one last time, for one last kiss.”

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  • Noc Libertus

    The Autonomous Womyn’s Front is NOT a liberal organization. For those of you reading this hit piece, we are anarchists.

    Not liberals, not pacifists, not KKKonservatives, none of that. We are a group of queer and trans anarcha-Feminist womyn of colour mobilizing against poverty, inter & intra community violence, puritanism, colonialism and white nationalism.