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UPDATE: August 27, 2021
Coalition to Evacuate Our Allies Responds to White House Meeting
WASHINGTON, D.C. — The Coalition to Evacuate Our Allies thanks the senior White House personnel who met with us today. The meeting begins the next step of our work to evacuate and resettle our Afghan allies. It also is a step toward preventing and treating moral injury in the military and veteran communities.
After today’s meeting we believe in America’s ability to meet those objectives, as the White House has committed to engaging our Coalition so that our community can effectively support the safe and appropriate evacuation and settlement of our Afghan allies. The White House made clear that they understand that the support networks our organizations have created are a critical component of this mission.
We remain committed to supporting the evacuation and protecting Afghans from persecution based on race, religion, gender, or sexual orientation, aiding Afghan refugees’ resettlement in the U.S., and defending the Afghan allies who settle in the U.S. against bigoted and xenophobic attacks.
The Coalition to Evacuate our Allies has grown to include more than 70 organizations, listed as signatories in the August 23, 2020 letter below: