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Antiwar Radio: Cole Miller

This interview is excerpted from the KPFK 90.7 FM Los Angeles broadcast of February 25th. The original is available here.

Cole Miller, Founding Director of No More Victims, discusses his organization’s work, facilitating specialized medical care for child victims of the US war in Iraq; building profiles of the children, complete with back-stories and videos, to show Americans the real people behind impersonal casualty numbers; and the work-in-progress documentary about Iraqi casualties in Fallujah and the regretful US marines who participated in the assaults.

Antiwar Radio: Cole Miller

Cole Miller, Founding Director of No More Victims, discusses the plight of children injured by the US wars in Iraq and Afghanistan, charitable giving that produces tangible results, why the visceral impact of seeing a child victim of war can’t be underestimated and how duplicating the No More Victims model of focused individualism could help victims of other injustices.

Antiwar Radio: Cole Miller

Cole Miller, Founding Director of No More Victims, discusses his organization’s efforts to provide medical care for Iraqi children injured by the US military, the mainstream media’s refusal to cover the effects of war on individuals, the deeply rooted humanitarian instincts of Americans for children in need and how you can help.