Border Patrol has yet to sign off on public access to popular California border park

The Friends of Friendship Park are asking U.S. Customs and Border Protection to allow public use of Friendship Park.

The group is also encouraging the Department of Homeland Security to invite and include public input in all decisions related to the border wall and “specifically about changes to Friendship Park.”

And it’s also pushing for CBP and DHS to cancel all contracts for border wall construction.

See video report here.

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The Friends of Friendship Park is a non-partisan, grassroots coalition of individuals and organizations advocating for increased public access to the historic meeting place on the US-Mexico border.  For more information contact:

Many thanks to our fiscal sponsor: 

c/o Via International / 1955 Julian Avenue, San Diego CA 92113 / EIN: 95-2961670