At Project Feast, recently resettled female refugees navigate the challenges of living in a new country.
At Project Feast, Afghan refugee women rebuild their lives through a love of cooking.
Director Thanh Tan's postwar experience led her to help refugees after the fall of Kabul and make a Crosscut docu-series about their plight.
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Crosscut Origins shines a light on the Vietnamese and Afghan soldiers who fought alongside the U.S. — and what happens to them once forces leave.
Vietnamese and Afghan veterans who fought alongside U.S. forces.
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