An Afghan-Canadian on the beauty of Afghanistan

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Frishta Bastan was only a kid when the U.S. and its allies invaded Afghanistan in 2001. Growing up in Canada, she heard stories about the country's rich culture and beauty from her parents. She fought back against stereotypes of the country and its people. She speaks to Colin Ellis about a side of Afghanistan we don't hear about very often, and what she's been doing to help Afghan refugees. For more information:
Oct 08, 2021
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