Tens of thousands of Afghans are attempting to flee their country after the Taliban took over, following U.S. withdrawal from its 20-year war there. We speak to the leader of an organization in Madison who will be helping Afghans resettle. Then, a refugee expert explains the scope of the crisis. Listen to the interview with UW-Green Bay Associate Prof. Alise Coen (Public and Environmental Affairs).
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