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  • Activist Groups
    • Alabama Lunatic Fringe
        • When ALF calls the president, the operator researches "A-L-F", coming up with several fictional organizations, including The American Laundry Federation, The Association of Lawn Fertilizers and Alabama Lunatic Fringe (Season 1 episode Pennsylvania 6-5000)
    • American Revolutionary Party
        • Activist group that claims responsibility for the fire at the Royal Palace at Monticello, Virginia that killed King Thomas and his two sons, Benjamin and Tyler. (Season 3 episode The Prince of Slides)
    • The Android Liberation Group
        • Group from one of the Android's visions of the future (Season 3 episode 4 All the Time in the World)
    • The Anti-Cobra Underground
        • Part of Billy's ruse to get the Cobra soldiers to come to the cell so he and the Joes can escape from Springfield. (Issue #10 A Nice Little Town Like Ours…)
    • C.L.I.T.O.R.I.S. (Committee For The Liberation AndIntegration Of TerrifyingOrganisms And Their Rehabilitation Into Society)
        • Polymorph support group.
    • The Cause
        • A revolutionary group that sends a mole - Michele - into the Process.
    • Children For Miscegenation
        • One of the many activist groups which which Myrna was associated. "She dug into her large black valise and assaulted me (almost literally) with greasy copies of Men and Masses and Now! and Broken Barricades and Surge and Revulsion and various manifestos and pamphlets pertaining to organizations of which she was a most active member: Students for Liberty, Youth for Sex, The Black Muslims, Friends of Latvia, Children for Miscegenation, The White Citizens' Councils. Myrna was, you see, terribly engaged in her society; I, on the other hand, older and wiser, was terribly disengaged."
    • Citizens For Cement
        • Bob watches a commercial on TV. "This announcement is paid for by Citizens for Cement." (Season 3 episode Think Smartly - Vote Hartley)
    • Clean Energy Crusaders
        • The activist guy that confronts Eleanor outside the grocery store right before she's killed and asks her about the environment is wearing a T-shirt that reads, Clean Energy Crusaders (Season 1 episode Mindy St. Claire) Eleanor joins the team. (Season 2 episode Somewhere Else)
    • The Concerned Women Of America
        • A small but powerful group that feels GLOW is too sexual. (Season 2 episode Concerned Women of America)
    • Dinosaur Protection Group
        • Also known as DPG, a group dedicated to establishing and protecting the rights of all living dinosaurs. The DPG was founded and operates under the principle that dinosaurs are not ours to experiment upon or exploit for entertainment or financial gain. Though we brought them back to existence, we do not thereby claim the right to assume control of them.
    • Dirt First
        • Eco-radical group that stages a daring protest at Krusty Burger, led by teenage activist Jesse Grass. (Season 12 episode Lisa the Tree Hugger)
    • Droolers Anti-Defamation League
        • Public service announcement message sketch starring Chevy Chase. Group working to correct the negative image of droolers propagated by the media. (episode Rob Reiner: 10/25/75)
    • Emancipation For All
        • A non-profit organization dedicated to the abolition of slavery in the modern era, for organic and created life of all origins.
    • Far Horizons Foundation
        • Group that Julie Mao got involved with at college. Students with big ideas and big mouths. (Season 1 episode Dulcinea)
    • The Far Horizons Foundation
        • Student activist group and OPA front that missing Mao daughter Juliet Andromeda Mao got mixed up with when she went off to college. Tracking her down is the shareholder favor that Captain Shaddid requests of Detective Miller.
    • Fundamental Constitutionists
        • California Supreme Court Judge John Nassau was a member of the Fundamental Constitutionists, a free thinking group that believes things were better before they declared martial law and abridged the Constitution. (Season 2 episode Time Again and World)
    • The Fundamentalists
        • Activist group against robots. "They were not a political party; they made pretense to no formal religion. Essentially they were those who had not adapted themselves to what had once been called the Atomic Age, in the days when atoms were a novelty. Actually, they were the Simple-Lifers, hungering after a life, which to those who lived it had probably appeared not so Simple, and who had been, therefore, Simple-Lifers themselves." (Story: Evidence)
    • Humanity Vs. Ruffles
        • Group behind attack ad on Ruffles the dog in Abed's attack ad in season 6 episode 2.
    • Humanz
        • Activist organization that claims Castle will one day use Nanex to control people against their will.
    • Incarcerate The Whales
        • One of the organizations protesting outside Half Price Foods (Season 2)
    • The International Society For The Suppression Of Savage Customs
        • Kurtz' report was written for The International Society for the Suppression of Savage Customs.
    • Italian-American Anti-Defamation League
        • Man that interrupts the Fat Tony's battle with the Castellaneta family at Luigi's: "Hey, wait a minute! I'm president of the Italian-American Anti-Defamation League, and this really burns my cannoli." (Season 14 episode Moe Baby Blues)
    • Jim Cunningham Defense Campaign
        • Kitty's campaign to help Jim Cunningham when he is arrested for child pornography.
    • The Junior Anti-Sex League
        • She had been a troop-leader in the Spies and a branch secretary in the Youth League before joining the Junior Anti-Sex League. She had always borne an excellent character.
    • Leslie's Sorry Division
        • Joke Leslie makes as part of her apology to Chris for creating a citizen action committee while she's on leave from the parks department called Parks Committee of Pawnee, also known as PCP. She says she's starting a new group called Leslie's Sorry Division, also known as LSD. (Season 4 episode Citizen Knope)
    • Lipton For America
        • Angela's secretly gay state senator husband's political campaign group. (Season 9 episode Vandalism)
    • The LoTeks
        • During the Info-Wars, corporations rule the world with the help of the Yakuza crime syndicate, while guerrillas called LoTeks hack the system and a fatal plague called Nerve Attenuation Syndrome wreaks general havoc.
    • The Lower Borovian Separatist Front
        • Pdemocracy activist group in Borovia. "People with grudges and guns - a bad combination," according to Lade Jaye. (Issue #128 Winds of Change!)
    • Make Petitioning Illegal
        • One of the organizations protesting outside Half Price Foods (Season 2)
    • Millionaires Against Hunger
        • Well I'm a millionaire too, but not like you. As far as I'm concerned, I got a job to do. I've got to pave the way, I've got to save the day, I've got to make it better, I've got to say. (song Millionaires Against Hunger)
    • Mothers Against Picketing
        • One of the organizations protesting outside Half Price Foods (Season 2)
    • N.E.W.D.O.
        • Nevada environmental and wildlife defense organization. The animal rights activist group that's supposedly trying to save El Blanco from the people that live in Perfection in episode 10.
        • Save the Graboid!
        • One worm, one world!
        • The worm will turn!
        • Graboids have rights too!
        • No humans in Graboid country!
    • Nantucket Nature Society
        • Nature group Fran enlists to help her save the short-eared owls from Roy's new hangar in Season 1 episode All for One and Two for Helen.
    • National Association Of Women Voters
        • Stand-in for the League of Women Voters, sponsor of one of Cam Brady and Marty Huggins' congressional debates.
    • National Ray Gun Association
        • Also known as NRA. Fringe party supporting the right to own doomsday devices and seek to eliminate the three day waiting period for mad scientists.
    • The Network
        • An illegal immigrant aid movement led by Luz (Michelle Rodriguez), aka Shé.
    • New Black Panther Party
        • Activist group interviewed on Channel 17 News. (Season 2 episode Dueling Hats)
    • The New Essentialists Movement
        • Activist group dedicated to restoring the moral and cultural traditions of the Federation that enlists Worf's assistance to sabotage the weather grid and ruin the vacations of several thousand Federation citizens. (Season 5 episode Let He Who is Without Sin...)
    • NO MA'AM
        • Also known as National Organization of Men Against Amazonian Masterhood. The anti-feminist group that Al Bundy foundsin response to Women's Bowling Night replacing the Men's, and the nudie bar being turned into a Women's Coffee House.
    • Organization Of Powerful Gay Tastemakers Of Newport Beach
        • The "gay mafia" that confronts GOB regarding his high profile request for gay conversion therapy. (Season 5 episode Taste Makers)
    • P.T.E.T.A.
        • Organization that Lisa supports. Pre-Teens for the Ethical Treatment of Animals, parody of P.E.T.A. (Season 14 episode The Dad Who Knew Too Little)
    • Parents United Against Krusty's Evil
        • Organization protesting against Krusty the Clown, also known as PUKE. (Season 14 episode Large Marge)
    • Parks Committee Of Pawnee
        • Leslie creates a new citizen action committee while she's on leave from the real parks department, also known as PCP, because like the drug PCP, they are so fast-acting and powerful, they should be illegal. (Season 4 episode Citizen Knope)
    • Pawnee-Eagleton Youth Committee
        • Leslie creates a new committee with the incredibly important job of holding the combined towns of Pawnee and Eagleton together following the merger. They come up with The Pawnee-Eagleton Unity Concert. (Season 6 episode Anniversaries)
    • People For Ethical Nanomedicine
        • Activist group, organization created by the cosmetics industry, encouraging students to speak out against calliagnosia. (Story: Liking What You See)
    • People For The Ethical Treatment Of Humans
        • Futurama version of P.E.T.A., with a twist that it supports humans, not animals.
    • Philadelphia Citizens For Justice
        • Neighborhood watch program in the gang's neighborhood. Mac and Dee attend the Neighborhood Safety Awareness Program at the Philadelphia Community Center. (Season 3 episode Bums: Making a Mess All Over the City)
    • The Pointed Circle
        • Another type of resistance movement in the new version of the future. (Season 2 episode Countdown to Prologue)
    • PPASSCCATAG
        • Proud Parents Against Singles, Seniors, Childless Couples, and Teens, and Gays. Activist group that Marge creates to fight back against SSCCATAGAPP: Singles, Seniors, Childless Couples and Teens and Gays Against Parasitic Parents. According to Dr. Hibbert, PPASSCCATAG is also the name of a disease of the brain stem. (Season 15 episode Marge Versus Singles, Seniors, Childless Couples and Teens and Gays)
    • The Rationalist Party
        • Activist group fighting the Assembly of the Oracle. The Oracle tolerates disagreement with their way as long as the rats keep it on the low flame. Also known as Radrats. (Season 4 episode Prophets and Loss)
    • The Right To Life Movement
        • Activist group against the Lottery, the world's population control program. (Season 1 Luck of the Draw)
    • Royal Ornithological Society
        • "Kilgore Trout, incidentally, could never be President of the United States without a Constitutional amendment. He hadn't been born inside the country. His birthplace was Bermuda. His father, Leo Trout, while remaining an American citizen, worked there for many years for the Royal Ornithological Society—guarding the only nesting place in the world for Bermuda Erns. These great green sea eagles eventually became extinct, despite anything anyone could do."
    • The Russian-American Coalition For The Annihilation Of The U.S. Postal System
        • Soviet terrorist organization (Pilot episode)
    • S.N.U.H.
        • Springfieldians for Nonviolence, Understanding and Helping. Marge's crusade against cartoon violence. (Season 2 episode Itchy & Scratchy & Marge)
    • Sacred Right
        • Religious activist group that Mac visits seeking information, but ends up joining for a while to hook up with a girl there. It's a child not a choice. (Season 1 episode Charlie Wants an Abortion)
    • SemioTech Warriors
        • Activist group responsible for various media vandalism, including release of computer virus that infects video servers, altering broadcasts so that faces and bodies exhibit conditions such as acne and varicose veins. (Story: Liking What You See: A Documentary)
    • Sisters Of Southern Heritage
        • Based on an actual historical sorority that celebrated the Confederacy.
    • The Society For Family Stability Foundation
        • Organization that demands Leslie's resignation for gay marrying two male penguins at the Pawnee Zoo. (Season 2 episode Pawnee Zoo)
    • The Society Inter-Solar System Teamwork
        • Also known as SISST. The name of the group that predicts an upcoming alien visitation (Season 8 episode Olive or Twist)
    • The Society Of Humanity
        • They don't like the Machines; claim they're destroying human initiative. (Story: The Evitable Conflict)
    • SSCCATAGAPP
        • Singles, Seniors, Childless Couples and Teens and Gays Against Parasitic Parents. Activist group founded by Lindsay Naegle. (Season 15 episode Marge Versus Singles, Seniors, Childless Couples and Teens and Gays)
    • Stop Mad Science!
        • Activist group Kiera and Carlos investigate in episode Season 1 episode 4 Matter of Time.
    • Students For Equality Everywhere
        • Student activist group championing the induction of calliagnosia, a condition that prevents judgement of one's degree of beauty. (Story: Liking What You See: A Documentary)
    • Students For Liberty
        • One of the many activist groups which which Myrna was associated. "She dug into her large black valise and assaulted me (almost literally) with greasy copies of Men and Masses and Now! and Broken Barricades and Surge and Revulsion and various manifestos and pamphlets pertaining to organizations of which she was a most active member: Students for Liberty, Youth for Sex, The Black Muslims, Friends of Latvia, Children for Miscegenation, The White Citizens' Councils. Myrna was, you see, terribly engaged in her society; I, on the other hand, older and wiser, was terribly disengaged."
    • Tax The Churches League
        • The organization the Archbishop's brother and Delia Darrow started 10 years ago to expose the money going to organized religion.
    • VEHEMENT
        • Terrorist organization. VEHEMENT = Voluntary Extinction of Human Existence Means Earth's Natural Transformation " ...or something like that". Eventually destroyed by Riker as payback for Homer's suicide.
    • WCOKR New record added 10/14/2021
        • Why Can’t Our Kids Read. Angry parents form a group concerned with continuing decline in education at Emily’s school. (Season 6 episode Crisis in Education)
    • Winnower
        • A group at the heart of the Anti-technology Movement, the religious group that attacks the building holding Grady's gravity mirror.
    • The Young Republicans For The War
        • Quinn and Arturo meet Conrad as a president of the Young Republicans for the War in the Summer of Love world. (Season 1 episode Summer of Love)
    • Youth For Sex
        • One of the many activist groups which which Myrna was associated. "She dug into her large black valise and assaulted me (almost literally) with greasy copies of Men and Masses and Now! and Broken Barricades and Surge and Revulsion and various manifestos and pamphlets pertaining to organizations of which she was a most active member: Students for Liberty, Youth for Sex, The Black Muslims, Friends of Latvia, Children for Miscegenation, The White Citizens' Councils. Myrna was, you see, terribly engaged in her society; I, on the other hand, older and wiser, was terribly disengaged."

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