Photos from: 'We were them': Vietnamese Americans help Afghan refugees

Ted S. Warren, Associated Press

Thuy Do, second from left, and her husband, Jesse Robbins, center, talk with Abdul, second from right, and his family, after they stopped by the vacant rental home they own in Seattle, Monday, Sept. 20, 2021, to drop off produce from their garden and check on the family. Abdul worked as a mechanic before leaving Kabul, Afghanistan about a month ago, and Do and Robbins have provided the house as a place for them live until they can find more permanent housing. Do was nine years old when her family arrived in the United States from Vietnam in the 1980s, and that memory led Do and Robbins to reach out to assist Afghans fleeing their country.

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