“Teeter-totter Redux”

American and Mexican families play with a toy called “up and down” (Seesaw swing) over the Mexican border with US at the Anapra zone in Ciudad Juarez, Chihuahua State, Mexico on July 28, 2019. (Photo by LUIS TORRES / AFP) (Photo credit should read LUIS TORRES/AFP via Getty Images)

Clearly pre-pandemic, but a wonderful response to a wall meant to separate. Its creators just won the design of 2020 award from London’s Design Museum.

Children always know we have much more in common than adults often believe.

15 thoughts on ““Teeter-totter Redux”

  1. I love this! Kids could care less where someone is from, their skin color, language, ethnicity, etc. They just want someone to play with. Isn’t that enough?

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