Center for Progressive Leadership

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Center for Progressive Leadership
Center for Progressive Leadership logo.png
Founded 2003
Founder Peter Murray
Type Training/Leadership
Focus Political training for progressive causes
Area served
United States
Method Media attention, direct-appeal campaigns

The Center for Progressive Leadership (CPL) was an American 501(c)(3) non-profit organization providing leadership training for advancing progressive political and policy change. The organization offered 9-month part-time leadership development trainings for a select group of organizational leaders, future candidates, community organizers, and progressive activists in Arizona, Colorado, Michigan, Ohio, Pennsylvania and Wisconsin.[1] In 2012, CPL merged with Social Justice Leadership (SJL).[2]


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