Act Against Atrocities Advocacy Day
Location: Capitol Hill, Washington D.C.
Thousands of activists will be coming to Washington, D.C. the weekend of June 8-10 to support a powerful exhibit and event called 'One Million Bones', a visual installation on the National Mall to commemorate past genocides and generate awareness and action on current conflicts in Sudan, the Democratic Republic of Congo, and other areas affected by mass atrocities.
Join the Enough Project on Monday, June 10th, following the events of the weekend, to meet face-to-face with staff representatives or Members of Congress themselves when possible to inform them about atrocities unfolding in the world's worst conflicts.
Please note that most meetings will conclude by 2:00 PM, but others may last until 4:00 PM. The Enough Project will also schedule and coordinate all Congressional meetings. Training(s) and materials will be provided for all participants.