2 professors installed bright pink seesaws across the US-Mexico border as a show of unity amid growing divides
The U.S.-Mexico border has become a contentious site under the Trump administration, but two professors have constructed bright pink seesaws as a show of unity. The set of seesaws were installed across the border to bring together children in Sunland Park, New Mexico, and Ciudad Juárez, Mexico, who bounced up and down playfully despite being separated by a looming steel fence.
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