The Naomi Natale speeches speak to the power of art. Natale has used visual displays as a forum for discussion on geo-political issues, lending credence to her belief in the overriding value of creativity. Her talent has been instrumental to her bright activism career.
Those who witness Naomi Natale's speeches become instantly privy to her cause. Her past foundation of the Cradle Project drew attention to the plight of sub-Saharan Africa, specifically with regards to the regions 48 million orphans. She has since then directed her attention to the 'One Million Bones' project which aims to give due recognition to the millions who lost their lives in Burmese, Congolese and Sudanese transgressions. The 50,000 handmade bones that she aims to display at Washington's National Mall via the One Million Bones venture will serve as a benevolent and entirely informative art medium.