Current and former docents from the Children's Holocaust Museum in Whitwell, Tenn., make "bones" as part of the One Million Bones project, a national art project to raise awareness about genocide that will be installed in Washington, D.C., June 8-10. Students across all 50 states are making bones out of dough for the project.
Staff photo by Rachel Bunn
Current and former docents from the Children's Holocaust Museum in Whitwell, Tenn., make "bones" as part of the One Million Bones project, a national art project to raise awareness about genocide that will be installed in Washington, D.C., June 8-10. Students across all 50 states are making bones out of dough for the project. Staff photo by Rachel Bunn
published Tuesday, January 22nd, 2013
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WHITWELL, Tenn. — Christina Myers pinches a bit of salt dough out of a large metal bowl. She puts the dough on the counter, rolling it out into a log, then pressing small indentations into the ends.

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