Stephen Miles

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Stephen Miles



Stephen Miles works for Win Without War, a program of the Center for International Policy.

Background

Verbatim from the Win Without War website:[1]

Stephen Miles is the Director for Win Without War and is a veteran of campaign politics with a strong background in grassroots advocacy. Prior to joining Win Without War, Stephen worked in New Orleans to elect Democratic candidates and advance progressive policies. He previously worked for the global campaigning organization Avaaz, as well as on multiple federal, state, and local electoral campaigns, and as the Executive Director of the American Hellenic Council. Stephen is a graduate of the London School of Economics and Tulane University with academic expertise in humanitarian interventions and Middle Eastern politics."

Press Conference after New Zealand Massacre

CAIR blames President Trump for New Zealand mosque massacre, calls for more hate crime and "hate incident" laws.

A press conference posted on Facebook[2] shows "CAIR, Interfaith Allies" blaming President Trump for the massacre in Christchurch New Zealand on March 15, 2019.

Speakers:

NIAC connection

National Iranian American Council November 25, 2014:

No #IranDeal... yet. So, what's next?

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niacouncil.org/whatsnext — with Laicie Heeley, Reza Marashi, Stephen Miles, Lara Friedman, Keith Ellison and Congressman Jim McDermott.

Progressive Round Table

On April 18, 2013, Progressive Democrats of America held a Progressive Round Table in D.C. with staffers Joseph Wender from Rep Ed Markey's office, Jenny Perrino from Rep. John Conyers' office, and Jamie Long from Rep. Keith Ellison's office who reported on key legislation and joined us discussing austerity pressure, budget priorities and more.

We also welcomed Ethan Rosenkranz from the Project on Defense Alternatives, Stephen Miles from Win Without War, Miriam Pemberton from the Institute for Policy Studies, Joan Stallard from CODEPINK, and Michael Lighty as well as several NNU nurses who were holding their lobby day on the Hill. [3]

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