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The Lebanese are having to marshal the strength it takes to rebuild — again. No one could have prepared the country for the August 4 explosion at Beirut's port, which killed 190 people, injured thousands, and left some 300,000 homeless. The city is coming together to get through it, but many say they're tired of being called upon to be a resilient nation.
In this episode:
Guest host Mohammed Jamjoom (@MIJamjoom, @mohammedjamjoom); Kamal Mouzawak (@kamalmouzawak); Rana Salam (@ranasalam); Emilie Madi (@emilimadiphotographer).
Here are some places to donate to help people in Beirut: The Lebanese Red Cross, INARA, World Central Kitchen, and the fundraiser for Kamal Mouzawak's restaurant.
Beirut explosion multiplies Lebanon’s crises
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