Meet a couple separated by America’s refugee policies

The U.S. has accepted more refugees than any other country since 1980, but the Trump administration is now reversing course. In this special report for PBS NewsHour Weekend, produced in partnership with WNYC public radio, reporter Matt Katz has the story of how new American policies are creating uncertainty for a married Congolese refugee couple separated by thousands of miles.

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Unsettled: A Story from the Global Refugee Crisis

How have new policies affected refugees seeking a better life in the U.S.? Meet a couple separated by thousands of miles and America’s new refugee policies in this special report produced in partnership with WNYC public radio and PBS NewsHour Weekend. Listen to the five-part audio story and watch the video docu-short.

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