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March 6, 2020

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The Park Where Families Meet on the US-Mexico Border

Let borders become sunlight so we traverse this Earth as one nation and drive the darkness out.

– Kamand Kojouri –

The Park Where Families Meet on the US-Mexico Border

Suketu Mehta, Associate Professor of journalism at New York University, offers us a look at what family separation really feels like in his book, This Land Is Our Land: An Immigrantâs Manifesto. Do not miss his moving narrative of the Park of Tears, âthe patch of land between San Diego and Tijuana, where loved ones reunite across a mesh fence, poking pinkies through the holes to touch each other.â It has been the only place along the 2,000-mile U.S.-Mexican border where you could meet your family face-to-face across the border. { read more }

Be The Change

To honor the hope of millions for free borders between the US and Mexico, why not try to break down any invisible fences created through misunderstandings and hurt feelings between your family members or friends.

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