The fall of Kabul has Afghans in New York mobilizing to help their families back home — along with any compatriots who may soon find themselves in the city. Some of the first refugees arrived at Kennedy Airport this week.
The local Lebanese community is organizing to help family and friends after the Beirut blast. It’s a balancing act of mourning and political action, tinged with despair.
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