Design Is Complicit in the Border Crisis. Some Architects Are Speaking Out.

Border security is big business, but a group of architects are urging their peers not to work on detention facilities and walls: ‘It is not the health of buildings that is at stake today, but the health of our society and democracy’

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Aug 2, 2019 · 4 min read
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Overcrowding of families at U.S. Border Patrol Weslaco Station on June 11, 2019, in Weslaco, Texas. Photo: Office of Inspector General/Department of Homeland Security/Getty Images

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