How This Seesaw Is Easing Tensions at U.S.-Mexico Border

July 31, 2019

Two California-based professors have come up with a way to bring people on both sides of U.S.-Mexico border together. A neon pink seesaw is bringing smiles to those who are just steps away from each other, between El Paso in Texas and Ciudad Juarez in Mexico. "If you do something on one side, it will have an impact on the other side ...  it's the same with the seesaw," said architect Ronald Rael.'s Stephanie Officer explains how the seesaw finally came into fruition, after 10 years in the making.

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