S. M. Miller

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Template:TOCnestleft S. M. (Mike) Miller has worked with poverty, race, policy and community groups in several nations, including the United States. He is working on a book on long-run policies and politics for the United States. He was on the staff of the Ford Foundation and the board of directors of the Field Foundation. His motto is "Ideas for Action - Ideas from Action."[1]

Campaign for America's Future

In 1996 S. M. Miller, Commonwealth Institute was one of the original 130 founders of Campaign for America's Future.[2]

Social Policy

The Editorial Advisory Group of the magazine Social Policy includes: Noam Chomsky, Janice Fine, S. M. Miller, Peter Olney, Frances Fox Piven, Heather Booth, Peter Dreier, Maya Wiley, Robert Fisher, Ashutosh Saxena, Ken Grossinger.[3]

Democratic Socialists of America

On June 13, 2002 Boston Democratic Socialists of America presented its 25th Annual Debs–Thomas–Bernstein Awards to "leaders who fight for democracy, here at home and around the world". State Representatives Pat Jehlen and Anne Paulsen, Co-Chairs of the Progressive Legislators Group received the award. Ellen Feingold, the earliest known recipient (1979) spoke on the history of the organization. David Knuttunen and Susan Davidoff were benefactors of the reception. S. M. Miller was a patron of the reception.[4]

Debs-Thomas-Bernstein Awards Reception

On September 27, 2007, Boston Democratic Socialists of America presented its annual Debs-Thomas-Bernstein Award to couple Marie Kennedy and Chris Tilly, "two long-time champions of economic justice and grassroots democracy". The awards reception took place at the home of Marcia Peters and David Karaus. Honorary Co-Chairs for the event were Boston City Councilor Felix Arroyo and Elaine Bernard, Director of the Harvard Law School Labor and Worklife Program. David Knuttunen MC'd the event, Carline Desire from the Association of Haitian Women in Boston presented the award, and East Boston State Rep candidate Gloribell Mota made a speech at the event.[5][6]

S. M. Miller was a supporter of the event.

Commonwealth Institute

Miller is a senior fellow at the Commonwealth Institute.[7]

Poverty and Race Research Action Council

Miller is a board member of Poverty and Race Research Action Council.[8]

United for a Fair Economy

Miller is a co-founder and long-time board member of UFE.[9]

Board of Directors of the Commonwealth Foundation

As of 2011, the following served on the board of the Commonwealth Foundation;[10]


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