Many Southeast Asian Americans are recalling their own families’ journeys to America while watching footage of Afghan refugees in Kabul scrambling to flee Afghanistan and board U.S. military planes. Kham Moua, National Policy Director of Southeast Asia Resource Action Center (SEARAC) on Sept. 2 spoke to PBS NewsHour about how Southeast Asian American advocates are urging the U.S. government to accept as many Afghan refugees as possible and not to repeat some of the same mistakes made in 1975.
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