An Afghan Refugee Helps Welcome New Arrivals; Mother To Elijah McClain Speaks Out : Here & Now Thousands of refugees from Afghanistan are starting their lives over in the U.S. Host Tonya Mosley checks in with Miry Whitehill, founder of the nonprofit Miry's List, and Afghan refugee Wahidullah Ashghary, on the effort to welcome new arrivals in Los Angeles. And, following the new report from the Colorado Attorney General's Office, we hear from Sheneen McClain, mother to Elijah McClain, as she reflects on her son's life. Elijah McClain died at the hands of Aurora police and paramedics in 2019.

An Afghan Refugee Helps Welcome New Arrivals; Mother To Elijah McClain Speaks Out

An Afghan Refugee Helps Welcome New Arrivals; Mother To Elijah McClain Speaks Out

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Thousands of refugees from Afghanistan are starting their lives over in the U.S. Host Tonya Mosley checks in with Miry Whitehill, founder of the nonprofit Miry's List, and Afghan refugee Wahidullah Ashghary, on the effort to welcome new arrivals in Los Angeles.

And, following the new report from the Colorado Attorney General's Office, we hear from Sheneen McClain, mother to Elijah McClain, as she reflects on her son's life. Elijah McClain died at the hands of Aurora police and paramedics in 2019.

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