Architect envisions border wall as good neighbor

Maclay, Kathleen
April 2011
La Prensa San Diego;4/1/2011, Vol. 35 Issue 13, p1
The article focuses on architect Ronald Rael's vision for the U.S.-Mexico border wall. He says that he envision a wall that is also a social infrastructure to help improve the lives of the people from both territories. He conceived a wall that will also serve the needs in the public work while improving security, cleaning the pollution, and save the lives of illegal immigrants. His design include a wall with waste water collection and treatment, a food court in the wall, and learning facilities.


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