The Plight Of Afghan Refugees: Who Is Leaving, Where Are They Going & How Can We Support Them?
On this edition of Your Call, we're speaking with Afghans in the US about the plilght of Afghan refugees. Since the Taliban took control last week, at least 28,000 Afghans have been evacuated.
Thousands more say they have no choice but to flee for their safety. What about those who can't leave and those who refuse to leave? We'll find out how to help families fleeing Afghanistan, where they are going and what the settlement experience has been like.
Time Magazine, Zahra Nader and Amie Ferris-Rotman: What Afghanistan's women stand to lose
Financial Times, Fawzia Koofi: US withdrawal from Afghanistan endangers my country and the world
The New York Times, Thomas Fuller: An Afghan Journey From Kabul to the Bay Area
How to help Afghan refugees:
The San Francisco Chronicle, Jessica Flores: How to help families fleeing Afghanistan for the Bay Area
Donate to UC Berkeley’s Afghanistan Emergency Response fund
Volunteer with Jewish Family & Community Services East Bay
Directly support Afghan refugees resettling in Northern California by donating to the Soft Landing Fund at The International Rescue Committee in Northern California
Donate to Women for Women International