Protests Erupt over Currency Crisis

J ames Miller, manning the INN desk today while Dave Siavashi is on the road:


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James Miller is the creator of Dissected News. He has been covering the revolutions of the Middle East and North Africa for Enduring America, the Huffington Post, Iran News Now, and his own blog, Dissected News. His work has been cited by Andrew Sullivan (The Atlantic) and Der Spiegel, one of Europe's largest news publications. James has contacts inside Iran's opposition movement, where anti-censorship and social media strategies have inspired the revolutionaries in Tunisia, Egypt, and beyond, and he has been covering the failed election and the Green Movement in Iran since June of 2009. A graduate from The Catholic University of America with a B. A. in Anthropology and English, James is currently a writing teacher for the longest continually operating desegregation program in the United States (METCO), where he works on integration and multicultural issues.

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