Jeremy Miller

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Fight Back! supporter

Fight Back! / ¡Lucha y Resiste! is a Facebook group for readers and supporters of Fight Back! / ¡Lucha y Resiste! the newspaper of Freedom Road Socialist Organization/FightBack!

As of July 5 2020 members included Jeremy Miller.

Minnesota SDS

Members of the Students for a Democratic Society at the University of Minnesota Public group in 2017 included Jeremy Miller.

DSA member

In 2001, Jeremy Miller was a member of Democratic Socialists of America.[1]

Democratic Left

In 2004, Jeremy Miller served on the Editorial Board of Democratic Left, journal of Democratic Socialists of America.[2]

"Tuscaloosa 4"

In 2008 the "Tuscaloosa 4" anti war activists were : Christine Jackson and Alyse Deller, Tuscaloosa Students for a Democratic Society, Jeremy Miller, UNC Students for a Democratic Society, Jason Hurd Iraq Veterans Against the War. [3]

In 2008 the "Tuscaloosa 4" anti war activists were : Christine Jackson and Alyse Deller, Tuscaloosa Students for a Democratic Society, Jeremy Miller, UNC Students for a Democratic Society, Jason Hurd Iraq Veterans Against the War. [4]

Four protesters from Students for a Democratic Society (SDS) and Iraq Veterans Against the War (IVAW) were arrested here, Feb. 29, at the University of Alabama for performing a mock raid meant to demonstrate the effects of the U.S. occupation on Iraqi civilians.

No one was harmed during the protest that lasted only a couple minutes, and employees were notified of the performance 30 minutes beforehand. After protesters dressed as Iraqi civilians were ‘arrested’ by protesters in military costume and hauled away, Jason Hurd, president of the Asheville, North Carolina chapter of IVAW - who was invited by the Tuscaloosa SDS chapter to speak on his experiences in Iraq, gave an impromptu speech, explaining that the purpose of the action was to demonstrate what life in Iraq is like under the occupation. Hurd also invited stunned and curious onlookers to his talk scheduled for that evening.

However, the talk had to be cancelled, because as four of the protesters - Hurd, Alyse Deller and Christine Jackson from Tuscaloosa Students for a Democratic Society, and Jeremy Miller of UNC Asheville SDS - were approached by campus police, then taken into a building on campus, where they were detained for over four hours before finally being charged with disorderly conduct. The were then hauled away in handcuffs to the Tuscaloosa City Jail. Bail was set for a total of $2,500. Hurd and Miller were also charged with trespassing and banned from campus property.[5]

2009 Colombia delegation

Angela Denio was part of an August 2009, a delegation of U.S. students, trade unionists and anti-war activists who traveled to Colombia to meet with leaders in the struggle there. The Colombia Action Network and the Campaign for Labor Rights, two grassroots organizations here in the United States fighting against U.S. intervention in Colombia, hosted the trip.

“I knew what I heard in the U.S. media about the benefits of U.S. tax money and aid to Colombia was true only for the rich. I wanted to see for myself what the reality is for Colombians,” said Jeremy Miller, a member of the Colombian Action Network when explaining his decision to go on the delegation. Members of the Colombia Action Network and the Campaign for Labor Rights arranged meetings with peasant, indigenous and student groups, as well as with political leaders, unions, political prisoners and families of Colombians killed or imprisoned by the government.

The first union the delegation met with was the National Peasant-Farmer Federation, FENSUAGRO. They unite farmers from all over Colombia to struggle for land reform and everyday rights for rural workers. It is the largest rural labor organization in Colombia and is unwavering in its principled defense of workers. Because of the work they do, this union is the most targeted for violence by the wealthy and their pro-government death squads.

During a rural community meeting, a FENSUAGRO leader told the delegation, “75 of our members are currently in jail. We fight for a public policy that favors the peasant farmer and we are always clear about our demands. Because of this the government works daily, looking for ways to finish us off. The government tries to connect us to the FARC [the largest armed rebel group in Colombia], in attempts to discredit us. The Uribe government goes after anyone who defends the working class. They claim that we are not the victims of violence, that we are the aggressors. Farmers have no support from the government. No rights even to housing or health care. The government does not care for the poor and has completely abandoned us to poverty. Human life is worth only the value of a bullet.”[6]

Ferguson protest


Solidarity Against Racism, October 14, 2015;

With Al Osorio, Jeremy Miller, Christopherj Woods, John Earl Boyd, Jose LaSalle, Derk Brown, La Mesha Irizarry, Osagyefo Sekou, Dr. Cornel West, Efia Nwangaza and Patrick Soby.

Portland DSA Facebook group

Members of Portland Democratic Socialists of America public Facebook page, as of March 2017 included Jeremy Miller.

San Diego DSA Facebook group

Members of the San Diego Democratic Socialists of America Public Facebook group, as of March 18, 2017 included Jeremy Miller .[7]

DSA Facebook group

Members of the California Democratic Socialists of America, statewide Facebook group, as of October 10, 2017 included Jeremy Miller.[8]



  1. Democratic Left • Fall-Winter 2001
  2. Dem. Left, Fall 2004
  3. the Rutgers 3!
  4. the Rutgers 3!
  5. [1]
  6. [FightBack! Eyewitness report from solidarity delegation Report by Angela Denio | September 8, 2009]
  7. [2]
  8. [3]