Hundreds of Afghan refugees will arrive in Minnesota this month as February deadlines approach to move families out of military bases and into a new place to call home.
In total, around 1,500 Afghan refugees are expected to resettle in Minnesota — over 800 had already arrived by the end of the January.
Alight, a Minnesota-based humanitarian aid and disaster relief organization, is working towards a goal of furnishing 250 homes for Afghan refugees.
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