Hi Everyone!

 

You are invited to join One Million Bones for the unveiling of a public art installation of 50,000 bones off of Central in downtown Albuquerque! This installation is a preview of our Washington D.C. 1 million bone installation that will take place Spring 2013.

 

Please join us to support this visual petition to fight current genocides and mass atrocities!

 

This event will be choreographed by Keshet Dance Company, filmed and will be followed by a variety of speakers and a reception. You are welcome to attend as spectators or as volunteers, which we are in need of.

 

If you would like to volunteer for this event, please contact Katie at kathleen@onemillionbones.org or at (505) 314-1112.

 

We hope to see you there!

 

Sincerely, 

One Million Bones

 

www.onemillionbones.org

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