April 4, 2017 AT 4:00 pm

Tug of Hope Allows Children to Play Together Despite Location

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From FCB via psfk:

The game involves two machines that are synched up – despite a distance of nearly 27 miles between them – and have a rope coming out of each one. Each machine was set up at a Mexico City school, one public and one private. The kids who played the game at the two schools had a chance to get to know each other, even though they weren’t in the same location.

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