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Razistan, a publication of photo essays and short video, brings into vivid relief the war in Afghanistan, the country, and its people.
Razistan, a publication of photo essays and short video, brings into vivid relief the war in Afghanistan, the country, and its people.
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    1. Luke Mogelson Creator on

      Thank you for your comments. Our team has been busy building Razistan's permanent website. The site is being tested now, and we are providing a sneak peak to all of our backers. Rewards are being sent out this week, which will include a link to the site in beta. After each of our backers have received their rewards, we will officially launch with a number of distribution partners to maximize our reach. Thank you for your support and patience. -Razistan Team.

    2. Benjamin Lee on

      Has anything happened with this since the funding? I haven't gotten any emails or information, or anything really.

    3. J. Ashley Odell on

      Looking forward to seeing the website up this month!

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      Jon Austenaa on

      I have a friend from Afghanistan so I am interested in seeing his country improve. Infrastructure, education, human rights etc.

    5. Benjamin Lee on

      I served two tours in Afghanistan, and was discharged from the military from injuries I picked up there, so this project hits close to home to me.

      I didn't completely come home from there, and there isn't a week that goes by where I don't catch myself wishing I could be back over there, helping protect the Afghans as their nation is rebuilt. I've felt like its been treated as a losing cause far earlier than it should of, that people were too quick to abandon the people of Afghanistan. So thank you, from the bottom of my heart, for getting some recognition to the people on the ground there who work their hands to the bone trying to get the word out. You guys deserve more than what I've got.