Amr Arafa at his apartment in Washington, D.C. He has started a website called EmergencyBnB where people can put up their homes, or a room in their homes, so that refuges or victims of domestic violence can stay there in times of need for free.
Amr Arafa at his apartment in Washington, D.C. He has started a website called EmergencyBnB where people can put up their homes, or a room in their homes, so that refuges or victims of domestic violence can stay there in times of need for free. Ricky Carioti Washington Post
Amr Arafa at his apartment in Washington, D.C. He has started a website called EmergencyBnB where people can put up their homes, or a room in their homes, so that refuges or victims of domestic violence can stay there in times of need for free. Ricky Carioti Washington Post