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Posted inHOUSING

Many Afghan families in Minnesota face eviction as rental aid from the government ends. Here’s how you can help.

More than 1,200 Afghans moved to Minnesota under a robust resettlement system the state created after the Taliban took over Afghanistan in August. Now, many can’t pay their rent because federal rental assistance expires after six months. Several local organizations are scrambling to keep refugees in safe, affordable housing.