Join One Million Bones Founder and TED Fellow Naomi Natale, Actress Robin Wright, Holocaust Survivor Eva Kor, former UN official and Special Rep. to Aegis Trust Dr. Mukesh Kapila, Humanitarian and Co-Founder of the Enough Project John Prendergast and thousands of our fellow activists at the National Mall in Washington, DC on Saturday, June 8th – Monday, June 10, 2013 for an unprecedented event.
One million bones have been made out of clay, paper mache, and other materials over the past three years by students, faith and civic groups, and local activist organizations in all 50 states and over 30 countries. The installation will serve as a symbolic mass grave to honor victims and survivors of genocide. It will also serve as a visual petition against ongoing conflicts and a resounding call for much needed and long overdue action. Act for Sudan is an event partner. Please do everything you possibly can to support it:
1. If you are able, please attend. You can learn about this phenomenal project and sign up to volunteer at the Washington D.C. installation at www.onemillionbones.org; indicate you are a member of the Act for Sudan team. If you can’t come for all three days, please participate when you can, view the schedule here.
2. Please share this information with anyone you know in the mid-Atlantic states who may be able to attend.