“Roxham Road is a quiet country road jutting off another quiet country road, where a couple of horses munch on soggy hay and a ditch running along the muddy pavement flows with melted snow. It cuts through a thicket of dormant trees, passing a half-dozen trailer homes and after almost a mile runs into a line of boulders and a rusted railing with a sign: Road Closed.” We’ve been inundated with stories (and propaganda) related to the people trying to get into the US. Here’s a story about those trying to get out. In the NYT, Rick Rojas covers a quiet upstate NY road that has become a busy exit From US.

+ “At a safe house in Buffalo, asylum seekers from around the world prepare to flee the US for Canada.” From The New Yorker: The Underground Railroad For Refugees.