N.J. students learn about genocide with One Million Bones project

03/12/2013 | NJ.com (Hackensack, N.J.)

Students at Washington Township High School in New Jersey are sculpting clay to look like human bones as part of the One Million Bones project to raise awareness about genocide around the world. Social studies teacher Karen LaRosa recently took her students to the school art room to work on the bones, to be exhibited this summer in Washington, D.C. "The students in my classes just learned about the Holocaust. They have all researched one victim. As a tribute, the students engraved the victim's name on the skeletal sculpture they've created," LaRosa said.

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