One Millions Bones: Bones of the Balkans




Editor’s Note: This blog post was originally posted on One Million Bones. Noami Natale, Artistic Director of Art of Revolution is a 2010 Fellow. In July 2015, Bosnia recognizes a tragic anniversary: twenty years since the Bosnian genocide and the massacre in Srebrenica. The Art of Revolution (Albuquerque) and the Post-Conflict Research Center (Sarajevo) are working together to bring 100,000 of the bones created

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Fellow Highlight: Panzi Hospital, DRC




The women of the Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC) have had it rough. Their country has been at war for decades, many of them have seen their families and even their bodies badly damaged and torn apart. There’s no shortage of sad stories coming out of the DRC, and from an outsider’s perspective, it’s hard to find cause for hope. That’s because you’re not

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Announcing the 2014 Class of Carl Wilkens Fellows




I’m proud to announce the 2014 Class of Carl Wilkens Fellows. These 12 individuals will spend the next year working together to strengthen their leadership skills and advocacy efforts to end genocide around the world. They will work in their own communities – from Portland, OR to Tampa, FL – to build relationships with their Members of Congress, launch campaigns, and build a local

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