Million Bone Project by Jay-el-Jay ()
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These are some of the bones which were made by people in Colorado as part of the Million Bone Project which has the purpose of drawing attention to the genocide which is occurring in Africa.These bones will be added to many others from around the nation and they will be displayed at the Mall in Washington D.C.
Image Comments (20)
magnus073 () Online Now! 1:24PM | Thu, 17 January 2013
Jim, everyone did a great job in creating these bones. I have not heard about this project before so thank you very much for calling attention to it and the genocide occurring in Africa
durleybeachbum () 1:36PM | Thu, 17 January 2013
Such a brilliant idea! I just looked it up to see what they are made of. I have a big stash of clay here from my pottery days.
android65mar () 1:37PM | Thu, 17 January 2013
An incredible image with a very potent message. I wish we could learn from the past, we seem to be destined to make the same horrible mistakes again and again.
Richardphotos () 1:40PM | Thu, 17 January 2013
it is most terrible the genocide in Africa, but unfortunately it has been going on for so many decades. then some country accepts the perpetrator behind the killings with open arms and refuge. too bad the countless people were not offered any refuge. only the filthy rich
mgtcs () 1:55PM | Thu, 17 January 2013
Excellent capture, terrible scene indeed, so sad, thank you for sharing!
Faemike55 () 2:30PM | Thu, 17 January 2013
Very solid commentary to display man's unfeeling attitude to his fellow man
jocko500 () 5:05PM | Thu, 17 January 2013
wow did not know what going on but these is a lot of bones.
Dreamingbee () 11:34PM | Thu, 17 January 2013
never heart about it Jim .. so - great idea and project!
renecyberdoc () 12:44AM | Fri, 18 January 2013
now for the time beeing concentrate on mali.the french are doing a good job,and they acted swift,no more BS talks. another good thing is the french and some europeans can get to the soul of the people,knowing much about the culture of the respective lands. sorry to say not like the americans coming to a country they dont know crap about etc.its very important to leave a pribnt building schools and give education,sanitary,medication food etc. i mean you cannot go to a country bomb the hel out of it and leave. you must help rebuild and not leaving for another theatre of interest. this is my personal opinion and i dont want to insult no one.but facts are facts period!
whaleman () 3:36AM | Fri, 18 January 2013
Cool, and I like the fact that your upload is right next to Andrea's!
mikeerson () 11:38AM | Fri, 18 January 2013
displayed? f that... make the bones out of metal and drop it from a helicopter on top of the a holes that think it's cool to destroy life - give them a taste of their own action.... and make the bones heavey enough to where they can't pick them up and move them like a freaking I beam.
LBJ2 () 12:10PM | Mon, 21 January 2013
Cool shot, Jim. A great project, to remind us that the human race have learned nothing from the past. Still more uncivilized than ever.+5