Rachel Miller

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Rachel Miller

Rachel Miller... has lived in the West End for 14 years. She served as the Executive Director of Rhode Island Jobs with Justice from 2003-2009 and currently works as a nonprofit consultant with Providence based community organizations. She graduated from the College of the Holy Cross in 2001 with a BA in Music and Peace and Conflict Studies. It was at Holy Cross that she first became an organizer, in a campaign to win college recognition for an LGBTQ student organization, and, as she joined with students from campuses around the country to found a national student organization, United Students Against Sweatshops.[1]]

Council run

“I’ve been a community organizer and activist in Providence for fifteen years, organizing for living wage jobs, for economic dollars that put people first, for immigrant rights, and for racial and social justice,” said Rachel Miller, who filed to run as a Democrat for Providence City Council in Ward 13. “I am running to bring that energy to City Council, to work for the residents of Ward 13 and to fight for a Providence that values the strengths of the many communities that make our city home.”[2]]

DSA support


Providence Democratic Socialists of America shared an event. August 12, 2018;

Since the rain looks like it won't be as frequent nor as intense as yesterday's, our canvass with Rachel Miller is on! Join us at 74 Willow Street at 4pm to hit the doors for this fantastic candidate. Providence needs Rachel on the City Council, but the only way we can get her there is by knocking on as many doors as possible.


Rachel Miller for Providence City Council Ward 13, August 1.


This past week has been exciting- our campaign picked up endorsements from Providence Democratic Socialists of America and RI People's PAC- organizations whose members understand how important is to have elected officials who will fight alongside the communities they represent for equity in services and city policy. And I've gotten to meet so many people at the doors and at house parties (big thanks to Vikki, Dave, Flan, and Stephen for hosting great events) who are hungry for open and accessible government in our city.

National DSA endorsement

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In September 2018 Democratic Socialists of America endorsed Rachel Miller and Elizabeth Fiedler.

Jobs with Justice

In 2009 Rachel Miller was Rhode Island contact for Jobs with Justice.[3]

Ami Bera volunteers

July 2015, Glennda Campos forwarded an email from Rick Guerrero Chair, Democratic Party of Sacramento Voter Registration.

Dear River City Dems-
Here is an opportunity to be involved with other Dems & support the election of Dr Ami Bera doing voter registration. Please see the email below for needed information. It's also a chance to wear your River City T-shirt.

Let's elect Democrats to Congress,
Glennda Campos

The email went to Rachel Miller, and others.

Bernie 2020 Working Group supporters


Katrina Bergstrom July 27 2019·

DSA-LA members!

You should have received a link last night to vote for the creation of DSA-LA’s Bernie 2020 Working Group - please vote YES today!

Voting is open for one week. ... See More — with Alex Wolinetz, Amarnath Ravva, Zenaida Huerta, Angelica Duenas, Olivia Gamboa, Shawnee Badger, Wendy Fagioli Ruiz, Marlin Medrano, Bobbie McGowan, Joshua Smith, Henry Huerta, Ezra Pugh, Lisa Kendall, Jeanna Harris, Kristina Meshelski, Nick Roth, Erika Feresten, Tina Fredericks, Jeanine Rohn, Jane Demian, Frances Yasmeen Motiwalla, Andrew Swetland, Aaron Balanta Holloway, Hsingii Tseng Bird, Josh Goodman, Isaac Lieberman, Ankur Patel, Sophie Eupp, Brandon Rey Ramirez, Chris Roth, Taiji Miyagawa, Symone Baptiste, Gabe Gabrielsky, Reed Heisley-Shellaby, Rachel Miller, Jack Suria Linares, Jeremy White, Mason Mineo, Gabbi Pierce, Rebecca Prediletto, Don Ward, Mark Masaoka, Rachel Reyes, Jessica Salans, Nina Eliasoph, Francisco Cendejas, Una Lee Jost, Paul Song, Don Irwin, Chris Myers, Charles Du, Eugene Pesikov, Katrina Bleckley, Kat Valentine, Rob Quan, Jenni Chang, Tom Pike, Evan Geary and Maikiko James.