One Million Bones is an innovative fundraising art installation aimed at building awareness for the millions of victims of genocide. The project’s goal is “to increase global awareness of these atrocities while raising the critical funds needed to protect and aid displaced and vulnerable victims.”
The project hopes that by installing one million “bones” made of a variety of materials on the National Mall in Washington D.C. that it will create a vivid visual reminder of the memory of genocide. A reminder that will honor the memory of past genocide victims but will also push citizens to speak out against ongoing genocides and to help prevent future ones.
Enough is honored to have been named as one of project’s beneficiaries and hopes that everyone will take a moment to learn how they too can get involved in this exciting project. Click here to learn more.