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

June 26, 2016 6:00 AM

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

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