Architect installs pink seesaws on border wall so kids can play, but video shows mostly adults
A Reuters news post on their Twitter page stated that "Architect professor Ronald Rael installed pink seesaws on the U.S.-Mexico border to encourage children on either side to play and symbolically bridge the divide."
The post contains a video showing people using the seesaw, but it appears that most of the people in the video are adults. There looks to be perhaps one child using the seesaw.
Architect professor Ronald Rael installed pink seesaws on the U.S.-Mexico border to encourage children on either side to play and symbolically bridge the divide pic.twitter.com/0lzXlJn19Q— Reuters Top News (@Reuters) July 30, 2019
It was an interesting idea that would certainly generate some publicity for the architect, but perhaps the video should have included more children using the seesaws instead of adults. The one on the left is a full grown man. The video loses effect when it shows men and women using the seesaws instead of children.
Is a $1,200 relief check a waste of time?