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Friends of Friendship Park call for reopening of Friendship Park

Activists from the Friends of Friendship Park are calling of the Border Patrol to meet staffing requirements that would allow for the reopening of Friendship Park at the San Diego-Tijuana border.

Activists from the Friends of Friendship Park are calling of the Border Patrol to meet staffing requirements that would allow for the reopening of Friendship Park at the San Diego-Tijuana border. Chula Vista Border Patrol Station in Chula Vista, Calif. Oct. 7, 2021. (Matthew Bowler)
Maria Teresa Fernandez with the Friends of Friendship Park wore a facemask calling for the reopening of Friendship Park. Chula Vista Border Patrol Station in Chula Vista, Calif. Oct. 7, 2021. (Matthew Bowler)
Activists from the Friends of Friendship Park are calling of the Border Patrol to meet staffing requirements that would allow for the reopening of Friendship Park at the San Diego-Tijuana border. Chula Vista Border Patrol Station in Chula Vista, Calif. Oct. 7, 2021. (Matthew Bowler)
Two of Azucena Lopez's children (pictured two of the three) haven't seen their grandparents in over a year. Lopez says that reopening Friendship Park would allow them to see their family without fear of being deported. Chula Vista Border Patrol Station in Chula Vista, Calif. Oct. 7, 2021. (Matthew Bowler)
Dan Watman with the Friends of Friendship Park wore a facemask calling for the reopening of Friendship Park. Chula Vista Border Patrol Station in Chula Vista, Calif. Oct. 7, 2021. ()
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