March 2022 – The role of serendipity in the history of the Soul Box Project never ceases to amaze. Maybe we have good karma due to the nature of our work? We now have enough room for all 200,000 Soul Boxes, with a small workspace for the creation, repair and packing of panels.
January 2022 – We are moving away from emphasis on collecting Soul Boxes (finding storage for 200,000 of them is still an issue) and concentrating more on exhibits to help raise awareness and save lives.
October 2021 – We know change takes time. As the gunfire epidemic accelerates, we need to acknowledge our Soul Box Project event in D.C. was not so much a grand finale as it is an auspicious beginning.
November 2020—Our online exhibit, increasing in size every month, will make all of our panels searchable! (Panels contain about 18 percent of the total Soul Boxes we expect to collect for Washington, D.C. exhibit).
September 2020—An exhibitor in Wisconsin: “We are not against guns.” An Oregon Soul Box-maker recycles paper that is meaningful. About 50 Fox News stations across the country feature The Soul Box Project.