This week, Donald Trump unveiled plans to expand US military intervention in Afghanistan by sending up to 4,000 more soldiers to the region. How are the media covering the 16-year US invasion and its impacts on the civilian population?
We’ll also discuss the Republican tax cut plan and the rise of diaper charity organizations. As more families struggle with poverty and a lack of good paying jobs, they are turning to diaper charity groups. Join the conversation on the next Your Call, with Rose Aguilar, and you.
Emran Feroz, independent journalist, and founder of the Drone Memorial, a virtual memorial for civilian drone strike victims
Arthur Delaney, senior reporter with the Huffington Post
The Huffington Post: Bad Jobs And No Welfare Give Rise To A New Type Of Charity: The Diaper Bank
The Washington Post: The cruelest thing about buying diapers