‘The Last Train ‘ By Niki Hatzidis

A young woman narrating her family’s journey from north Florida to higher ground. She describes walking with other climate refugees, staying in camp in Georgia and what happens when desperate people reach their limits. She ends up on her own, trying to get to a train station in Tennessee where there have been rumors that there are trains taking refugees to Illinois. But there is also a rumor that there will only be one more train to higher ground.

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