Final day of events - Monday, June 10th
Join One Million Bones this Saturday on the National Mall for a powerful exhibit 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 9th and an opportunity to advocate on Capitol Hill with the Enough Project on Monday, June 10th. Register online here. Dress in white if you can! See full schedule of events here!
Final Day - Monday, June 10th
7:30 am - Take a Bone to Congress
*Registered participants meet at 4th St. on the Mall before Orientation
8:00 am - Act Against Atrocities Advocacy Day Orientation and Training led by the Enough Project at the Washington Court Hotel. Special kick-off with Rep. Jim McGovern
*Participants must be pre-registered with the Enough Project.
11:00 am – Advocacy Meetings on Capitol Hill
12:00 pm - Across the Frontlines Screening with Mark Hackett of Operation Broken Silence, located 2456 Rayburn House Office Building, Washington, D.C., 20515 (for those who aren't registered to advocate with the Enough Project)
*In conjunction with the Tom Lantos Human Rights Commission
2:00 pm – Reclaiming of the Bones
between 3rd and 7th St NW
Metro: Archives - Navy Memorial or Judiciary Sq