Dress in white!
Join One Million Bones on June 8 on the National Mall and take a stand against ongoing genocide and mass atrocities! The installation will feature performers, survivor testimonies, and international speakers. The 3-day event will also include educational workshops and a candlelight vigil on Sunday, June 9 and an opportunity to advocate on Capitol Hill with the Enough Project on Monday, June 10. Register online at www.onemillionbones.org.
Event begins at 9:00AM
Presented by: One Million Bones
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