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Cricket Wireless LLC is a prepaid wireless service provider in the United States, a wholly owned subsidiary of AT&T Inc. AT&T is the parent company of the following brands: Direct TV, Cricket Wireless, Pacific Bell, and Otter Media.

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2nd Amendment
Cricket’s parent company AT&T is a corporate sponsor of the National Urban League, which supports a full repeal of “Stand Your Ground” laws, Accessed 09/06/18.
Cricket’s parent company AT&T is a corporate supporter of the Center for American Progress (CAP), and its political action fund, which is against national concealed carry, Accessed 09/06/18.

Environment
Cricket’s parent company AT&T is a partner of  The Nature Conservancy, a liberal and active proponent of cap-and-trade and a carbon tax, Accessed 09/06/18.
Cricket’s parent company AT&T is a corporate supporter of CAP, and its political action fund, which supports a carbon tax, Accessed 09/06/18.
Cricket’s parent company AT&T partners with the Environmental Defense Fund, an organization that supports cap-and-trade, Accessed 09/06/18.

Marriage
Cricket’s parent company AT&T is a dinner sponsor of the Human Rights Campaign (HRC) and received a score of 100 on HRC’s Corporate Equality Index. See more on HRC’s position on marriage here, Accessed 09/06/18.
Cricket’s parent company AT&T contributes to the National Gay and Lesbian Chamber of Commerce (NGLCC), which supported same-sex marriage by signing an amicus brief asking the Supreme Court to overturn state marriage laws in Obergefell v. Hodges (2015).  AT&T also signed the amicus brief itself, Accessed 09/06/18.
Cricket’s parent company AT&T served as a 2016 GLAAD Media Awards Sponsor and is a GLAAD corporate partner, which is an organization that supports same-sex marriage, Accessed 09/06/18.
Cricket’s parent company AT&T is a corporate supporter  of CAP, and its political action fund, which applauded the Supreme Court decision overturning bans on same-sex marriage, Accessed 09/06/18.
Cricket’s parent company AT&T sponsored HRC’s Atlanta 2016 annual Gala. The HRC is the nation’s biggest advocate for same-sex marriage, Accessed 09/06/18.
Cricket’s parent company AT&T is a corporate sponsor of the National Urban League, which supports same-sex marriage, Accessed 09/06/18.
Cricket’s parent company AT&T is a corporate sponsor of the National Gay and Lesbian Chamber of Commerce (NGLCC) LGBT Unity Conference, which is NGLCC’s annual event, Accessed 09/06/18.

Life
Cricket’s parent company AT&T matches gifts to Susan G. Komen (NYC and MN), a group that funds Planned Parenthood, Accessed 09/06/18.
Cricket’s parent company AT&T is a corporate supporter of CAP, and its political action fund, which supports abortion as an equal right for women, Accessed 09/06/18.
Cricket’s parent company AT&T contributes to Girls Inc., a pro-abortion organization, Accessed 09/06/18.
Cricket’s parent company AT&T is a corporate supporter of the Center for Reproductive Rights, a legal group who pushes abortion throughout the world. Accessed 09/06/18.

Education
Cricket’s parent company AT&T is a corporate partner of Achieve, Inc., an organization that supports Common Core, Accessed 09/06/18.
Cricket’s parent company AT&T is a corporate supporter  of CAP, and its political action fund, which supports the implementation of Common Core and calls it “American as Apple Pie,” and is opposed to school choice, Accessed 09/06/18.
Cricket’s parent company AT&T is a corporate sponsor of the National Urban League, which supports Common Core, Accessed 09/06/18.
Cricket’s parent company AT&T is a member of Business Roundtable, an organization that supports both Common Core and school choice, Accessed 09/06/18.

Immigration
Cricket’s parent company AT&T donates to the National Urban League, which is a member of The Leadership Conference on Civil and Human Rights, which supports sanctuary cities, Accessed 09/06/18.
Cricket’s parent company AT&T is a partner of the League of United Latin American Citizens (LULAC), which advocates for sanctuary cities, Accessed 09/06/18.
Cricket’s parent company AT&T is a sponsor for the League of United Latin American Citizen’s (LULAC) 2018 National Gala, which advocates for sanctuary cities, Accessed 09/06/18.
Cricket’s parent company AT&T contributes to UnidosUS, and is on the Corporate Board of Advisors, which advocates for sanctuary cities, Accessed 09/06/18. AT&T  sponsored the 2018 UnidosUS, formerly known as La Raza, annual banquet, Accessed 09/06/18.
Cricket’s parent company AT&T is a corporate partner of USHCC, which advocates for sanctuary cities, Accessed 09/06/18.
Cricket’s parent company AT&T is a corporate supporter of CAP, and its political action fund, which opposed state legislation prohibiting the creation of sanctuary cities and support sanctuary cities overall, Accessed 09/06/18.

Religious Liberty
Cricket’s parent company AT&T is a dinner sponsor of the Human Rights Campaign (HRC) and received a score of 100 on HRC’s Corporate Equality Index. See more on HRC’s position on religious liberty here, Accessed 09/06/18.
Cricket’s parent company AT&T is a member of Georgia Prospers, which is a coalition of businesses opposing religious liberty, Accessed 09/06/18.
Cricket’s parent company AT&T is a statewide sponsor of Equality California. Equality CA is a coalition of businesses in favor of stripping religious liberty, Accessed 09/06/18.
Cricket’s parent company AT&T is a member of Pennsylvania Competes, which is a coalition of businesses in favor of stripping religious liberty, Accessed 09/06/18.
Cricket’s parent company AT&T is a corporate supporter of CAP, and its political action fund, which is opposed to religious liberty and RFRA laws, Accessed 09/06/18.
Cricket’s parent company AT&T is a member of the Michigan Competitive Workforce Coalition (MichCWC), which is a coalition advocating for SOGI protections and that opposed religious liberty protections (RFRA) in Michigan in 2015, Accessed 09/06/18.
In 2016, Cricket’s parent company AT&T partnered with Human Rights Campaign (HRC) to oppose religious liberty protections in Mississippi, Accessed 09/06/18.
Cricket’s parent company AT&T is a member of Washington Won’t Discriminate, which advocates for sexual orientation and gender identity (SOGI) accommodation mandates that undermine 1st Amendment protections for religious liberty, Accessed 09/06/18.
Cricket’s parent company AT&T sponsored HRC’s Atlanta 2016 annual Gala. The HRC is the largest anti-religious freedom advocacy group, Accessed 09/06/18.
Cricket’s parent company AT&T is a sponsor of the LA LGBT Center, which advocates for the Equality Act that has sweeping sexual orientation and gender identity (SOGI) protections at the federal level, undermining 1st Amendment protections for religious liberty, Accessed 09/06/18.
Cricket’s parent company AT&T is a partner of Tennessee Thrives, which is a coalition advocating against state religious liberty protections and exemptions, Accessed 09/06/18.

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