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    What We’re Missing in the Refugee Crisis

    It’s time to act. By the end of 2015, a mind-boggling 65 million people were refugees. My wife and I were able to put a human face to the statistic by hosting a teen refugee recently. Born in Afghanistan, Sonita Alizadeh was almost sold into marriage at age 10. She escaped, taught herself to rap by listening to Eminem and created a music video that went viral. Refugees are human beings with hopes and dreams, and they deserve the opportunity for a real future. Nations must address this — the most dire crisis of our time.

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