Making bones a hands-on approach to grasping genocide

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Making bones a hands-on approach to grasping genocide

Doherty High School junior Alyssa Tillery loads a kiln with clay “bones” as part of the national “One Million Bones” project.
Students and staff at Doherty High School have made more than 2,000 clay bones. Student Jordan Bliesman works to create a spine as part of the “One Million Bones” project.
Clay bones await firing in a kiln at Doherty High School.

Making bones a hands-on approach to grasping genocide

Doherty High School junior Alyssa Tillery loads a kiln with clay “bones” as part of the national “One Million Bones” project.
Students and staff at Doherty High School have made more than 2,000 clay bones. Student Jordan Bliesman works to create a spine as part of the “One Million Bones” project.
Clay bones await firing in a kiln at Doherty High School.
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