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Afghan Journey: The Last Day

January 03, 2002
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Masuda Sultan is a young Afghan-American woman who returned to her native Kandahar for the first time since theUnited States began bombing on October 7. We spoke to her last week, just after she met with surviving family membersof a US bombing that had killed 19 other members of her family.

She traveled with a film crew headed by John Alpert, founder of Downtown Community Television, and his daughter Tami.

Guests:

  • Masuda Sultan, Afghan-American woman who has returned to her birthplace in Kandahar.
  • Tami Alpert, part of the film crew that is documenting Masuda Sultan’s journey.

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