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Students from The Birches Academy of Academics and Art in Salem made ceramic and papier-mache bones as part of the One Million Bones project in Washington, D.C., to raise awareness of genocide around the world. Charles Sette of Salem, 8, center, visited the exhibit with his mother, Judy Putman-Sette, and cousins David and Natalia Joslyn of Fairfax, Va.

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