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Two Sides of a Fence by Jerry Rothwell, Director "Town of Runners"

Sundance Institute

The fence which runs along the US-Mexico border stretches for some 600 miles. At Mexicali it takes the form of a new 20 ft high iron barrier, the legacy of Bush’s war on drugs and increased homeland security after 2001. Unlike the older, more piecemeal metal fencing, which is still visible in places, the bars of the new fence enable you to see through to the other side, more useful for border patrols to catch those trying to jump it. Occasionally the top of this fence is graced with an old ...

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