Volunteers gathered Saturday on the Mall in Washington to lay out “One Million Bones,” a three-day art installation intended as a protest against genocide and other mass atrocities. “Bones” made of papier-mache, clay and plaster were shipped to Washington from the project’s New Mexico headquarters and other places.
June 8, 2013 Victoria Franklin-Dillon of Las Vegas works on the “One Million Bones” installation on the Mall in Washington. According to organizers, the installation is symbolic of a mass grave and a visible petition to end genocide and other mass atrocities. Nikki Kahn/THE WASHINGTON POST