In an Uncertain Immigration Climate, a Refugee Camp Struggles Onward

It was November 2015—months before the election, months before now-President Donald Trump would issue a ban on refugee immigration into the United States—when Amed Khan, Frank Giustra, and Sandra Hakim decided to take an impromptu trip to Greece. Khan, a financier and philanthropist, Giustra, the president of the Radcliffe Foundation, and Hakim, a chocolatier, had set off in an ad hoc effort to see the refugee crisis up close. Now it seems naive, maybe, or even foolish, given what we know of the disaster. But Khan, Giustra, and Hakim hadn't come to gawk.


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