Nahla Kayali

Access California Services

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Founding executive director of Access California Services, a health and human services organization that serves local Arab- and Muslim-Americans, refugees and immigrants in Orange County

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The White House said today the  US will accept "at least" 10,000 people  from war zones in the Middle East.

California Agencies Brace for Syrian Refugees

The White House said today the US will accept "at least" 10,000 people from war zones in the Middle East.

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