This June I flew to Washington, DC with my mom for the installation of One Million Bones, a project to raise awareness about genocide and mass atrocities such as in Sudan, South Sudan, the Congo, Somalia and Burma. For three years time, over one million handmade bones were collected from people across the world, all brought together for an installation on the National Mall. My mom and I, along with thousands of others, dressed in white and helped lay down the bones, then met with senators and representatives regarding these issues and what can be done. See the One Million Bones site as well as the Students Rebuild site for more about the project and other related ones.
March of this year, I got to visit my beloveds in NYC for the weekend. What a joy. Hope to see you all again very soon. Thanks for making life so fantastic.