How Utahns are caring for Afghan refugees separated from their loved ones.
Though Americans know little about what the National Strike Units did on behalf of U.S. interests, many of the Afghans who are now living in our communities served in these units.
The new KSL podcast “Stranger Becomes Neighbor” explores the efforts of people finding ways to aid the Afghan arrivals in our communities.
With the support of the community, Sima enrolled her son in day care, got her driver’s permit, and started a job working part time as a cashier at Walmart. Still, financial concerns persisted.
“They’re like family, so I just do the things I would do for my family,” one woman said of helping her new neighbors.