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ASYLUM SEEKERS | JOAN HODGES-WU & ANAM RAHMAN

In this episode we discuss the experiences of  United States asylum seekers from all over the world, the conditions they face and our broken asylum process. Joan Hodges-Wu Founder and Executive Director of the Asylum Seekers Assistant Project (A.S.A.P.) and immigration attorney Anam Rahman who is also on the board of the Asylum Seekers Assistant Project join to discuss the asylum cases they've seen through their organization.

*Warning: This episode contains descriptions of sexual, rape and gang violence and may not be suitable for all listeners. .

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