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5,687 views • April 18, 2023

Our Inaction Today Will Haunt Our Grandchildren Tomorrow—Jason Jones on Helping the World’s Most Vulnerable, From Afghanistan to China | TEASER

Today I sit down with Jason Jones, a film producer and human rights worker who has devoted himself to serving the world’s most vulnerable people, from China to Afghanistan. “Through what we call Operation Noble Brother, we're seeking to identify every widow and all of the orphans of our Afghan allies who were killed in action, and make sure we give them the support they need to live,” he says. Jones is the president of the Human-Rights Education and Relief Organization (H.E.R.O.) and founder of the Vulnerable People Project. Last winter, his team delivered coal to thousands of families of former Afghan allies, Christians, Hazaras, and other minorities in Afghanistan, so they could survive the bitter winter. His organization is maintaining safe houses for persecuted peoples under the Taliban, delivering food and medicine across Ukraine, and working to free bishops imprisoned in China. “We always say … what did the Germans know? And when did they know it? … But the question we need to ask ourselves is what did we know about the Uyghur genocide? What did we know about the Falun Gong? When did we know it?”
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