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Refugees

farah al mousawiOur political system is falling apart over 4 million Syrian refugees. What happens when the world has to resettle a quarter billion climate refugees?  Plus: what is it like to actually be a refugee who finds asylum in the United States? We’ll get the story of Farah Al-Mousawi, nine-year journey from Iraq, to Syria, to the United States. (To hear more conversations like the one with Farah, visit KPFA’s new podcast page here for the Arabiyaat Podcast.)

Guests:

  • Colin Rajah, International coordinator, Global Coalition on Migration
  • Farah Al-Mousawi, Iraqi refugee who gained political asylum in the United States in 2012

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