Northier America

“We view this as our Underground Railroad. While no one is being flogged, and no one is being sold, there is this sort of modern-day equivalent of feeling like people are in danger.” Over the decades, a lot of people have traveled north through the towns in the Champlain Valley. First they fled slavery. Later they were avoiding the Vietnam war. Now, the traffic created by those just passing through has picked up once again. This time it’s undocumented immigrants looking to make it into Canada to avoid the US crackdown. From WaPo: Easing the journey north.

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