Dana Freyer

April 9, 2011

KSFR, 101.11 FM, Santa Fe, NM

Dana Freyer faces the ambiguities in America's presence in Afghanistan from the standpoint of one whose organization Global Partnership for Afghanistan has planted ten million trees, recreated irrigation systems, taught chicken inoculation and cold storage, and involved more than 175,000 Afghanis in their own agricultural redevelopment.  Simply pulling out is not an option, she says. As we wind down our military presence we must find ways to protect the significant gains that are liberating both men and women from poverty and terror.

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