Afghan Refugees

Chat live: The stories behind ‘No Safe Place’ and Afghan refugees in Sacramento

Afghan allies from war on terror struggle to find the American dream

The State Department offers Special Immigrant Visas to Afghans who risked their lives translating and providing other services to U.S. and allied forces during the war on terror. Sacramento's ethnic diversity and mild climate have made it a magnet
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The State Department offers Special Immigrant Visas to Afghans who risked their lives translating and providing other services to U.S. and allied forces during the war on terror. Sacramento's ethnic diversity and mild climate have made it a magnet

The team behind The Sacramento Bee special report “No Safe Place” chats live with readers about the special report, which tells the story of Afghans who risked their lives to work alongside U.S. troops during the War on Terror in Afghanistan, only to resettle into a life of hardship in Sacramento. Join reporter Steve Magagnini and photographer Renee Byer live at noon on Monday, June 27, 2016.

Live Blog No Safe Place: Telling the story of Afghan refugees in Sacramento
 
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