Campus Reform: Calif. profs’ ‘Teetertotter Wall’ at US Border could be illegal, immigrat

IRLI In The News

July 31, 2019

By Ethan Cai

A pair of California professors have built fluorescent pink seesaws across the U.S.-Mexico border as a symbolic way to protest President Donald Trump’s proposed border wall.

University of California, Berkeley architecture professor Ronald Rael and San Jose State University interior design professor Virginia San Fratello joined forces to bring to life the initiative, which was initially designed in 2009, according to The Hill. The University of California Press described the move as a “unifying act.” Read the full story at Campus Reform.

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