We are Americans who spend lots of time in Mexico.
We have many Mexican friends.
We love and respect our Mexican friends.
We want you to understand how important it is to love thy neighbor.
We believe that building walls between us is a destructive idea.
And, we want to show you the value of friendship between Mexico and the United States of America.
Our goal is to emphasize the important and crucial friendship between the USA and Mexico by highlighting what we know first hand: the one on one friendships between individuals and families from Mexico and the USA.
We want no walls between us and we hope that you will join us in spreading these murals throughout the US and Mexico.
"No Walls Between Friends"
In highly visible locations throughout communities in Mexico and the USA, colorful murals featuring silhouttes of Mexican and American friends side by side are springing to life. We offer these as powerful examples of the importance of friendship.
We invite you to join us and create your own mural. For detailed instructions, click on "Create Your Own Mural" in the menu at the top of the page.
"Amigos Sin Muros"
As a companion to these murals, we are sharing, not only photos, videos and information on the location of each mural, but the very meaningful stories of friendships between Mexicans and Americans, as told by those who participate in each one.
If you are not able to create a mural, we invite you to tell your own story. To do so, click on the "Add Your Stories" section in the menu at the top of the page.
~~ In the above photo are Marina, left and Nancy, right, who are the co-coordinators of this project. ~~
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Visit the other pages and learn about creating your communit'y's own mural and read the stories. If you agree with Mr. Rogers' statement below, join us!
"Our world hangs like a magnificent jewel in the vastness of space. Every one of us is part of that jewel. A facet of that jewel. And, in the perspective of infinity, our differences are infinitesimal."
~ Fred (Mr.) Rogers