ADC Joins 54 Civil Rights Orgs Demanding to Remove Stephen Miller

Washington D.C. | | November 19th 2019

The Arab-American Anti-Discrimination Committee, the nation’s largest grassroots Arab-American civil rights  organization, joined 54 other civil rights organizations in sending a letter to President Donald Trump demanding that he fire Stephen Miller as his senior adviser for policy for propagating white supremacist, anti-immigrant sentiments.

The letter highlights Miller’s promotion of hate speech spewed by neo-Nazis and white supremacists and emphasizes that his white supremacist agenda — including the Muslim Ban and family separation at the southern border — has actively harmed immigrants, people of color and marginalized communities. The letter notes, “Allowing him to remain a White House advisor is a betrayal of our national ideals of justice, inclusion, and fairness.”

SEE: Letter to President

Last week, the Southern Poverty Law Center (SPLC) revealed a series of white supremacist, racist, anti-immigrant and anti-Muslim emails sent by Miller to Breitbart News. Breitbart News is a white supremacist mouthpiece that traffics in misogynistic and racist stories targeting women, people of color and immigrants.

SEE: Stephen Miller’s Affinity for White Nationalism Revealed in Leaked Emails?

-The SPLC’s report sheds light on how President Trump’s senior policy adviser Stephen Miller between 2015 and 2016 sent 900 emails to “Breitbart News” seeking articles that would cover among other things:
-Literature that includes the white nationalist and neo-Nazi themes of “white genocide” or “great replacement” of whites with nonwhites
-Include immigration stories that selectively covered of offenses committed by nonwhites
-Protect the sales of confederate flags on Amazon and protecting Confederate monuments
-Limit or end immigration, including Muslim migration
-Allegedly, discuss with anti-Muslim hate leader Pamela Geller, the planning a gay pride parade though Muslim neighborhoods to somehow create division
-Promote comments made by anti-Muslim reverend Franklin Graham advocating an end to Muslim immigration to the U.S.

ADC is America’s largest grassroots Arab-American civil rights advocacy organization. Its mission is to defend the rights of Arab-Americans, combat stereotypes and discrimination affecting the Arab-American community, serve as a public voice for the Arab-American community, and educate the greater public on Arab history and culture.



ADC Legal and Policy Director Abed Ayoub, 202-536-4778,

ADC Media and Comms Manager Malak Ghazal, 202-536-5908,

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