Enrique Chiu started the "Mural of Brotherhood" on the border on Election Day 2016. The project consists of painting the border wall between Mexico and the U.S. that stretches for a mile in Tijuana, and it's still growing. Thousands of people have joined the project to shed light on the immigration issue and bring a glimmer of hope to a topic that's sparked so much debate in recent years. Since then, more than 5,600 people have participated in the project, and some of them have taken the idea to other cities or countries and created a mural of brotherhood in support of migrants or for human rights.
The "Mural of Brotherhood" has also been replicated in Egypt, Guatemala, and Berlin, and I've had the opportunity to work with migrants on the South and Central American border, Kenya, Bangladesh, and South Africa, and recently I gave presentations about it in Cairo, Egypt, in CDMX and last year in Abu Dhabi with the embassies of Mexico and Berlin.--- Send in a voice message: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/world-citizen-artists/message