A Teeter-Totter Wall Video at US-Mexico Border Goes Viral

Jul 30, 2019
11:31 AM

This story is all about hope. On Monday, the Facebook page of Jolt Texas posted the following video with this text:

Amazing: Artists installed seesaws at the border wall so that kids in the U.S. and Mexico could play together. It was designed by architect Ronald Rael.

Beautiful reminder that we are connected: what happens on one side impacts the other ❤️❤️❤️

(See more photos and videos from Ronald: instagram.com/rrael)



As of this posting, the video has gotten more than 4 million views. And counting. It was posted on Twitter and got another 4 million views.

The original posts and videos come from the public Facebook profile of Ronald Rael, professor of architecture at the University of California Berkeley.

Here’s to hope.