Abdul Far​​had Ghafoori, a former translator in Afghanistan, moved his family to the United States in hope of finding a better life and an education. He never imagined the struggle he now faces balancing a swing shift job for minimum wage and caring for his children while his wife attends mandatory English classes in Sacramento. Jessica Koscielniak McClatchy
Abdul Far​​had Ghafoori, a former translator in Afghanistan, moved his family to the United States in hope of finding a better life and an education. He never imagined the struggle he now faces balancing a swing shift job for minimum wage and caring for his children while his wife attends mandatory English classes in Sacramento. Jessica Koscielniak McClatchy

Afghan Refugees

From battling insurgents to checking iPhones – Afghan interpreter mourns lost sense of purpose

June 26, 2016 6:00 AM

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