After service trips to Africa with TOMS and Invisible Children, my good friend, Sean Carasso, was spurred into action when he and his travel partner found an illegal prison for children in the war-torn Democratic Republic of Congo. Inside the prison they heard of children forced to frontlines of war, armed with only a whistle. That night he wrote the journal FALLING WHISTLES and sent it to a small circle of family and friends. Forwarded with urgency, people around the world asked, “What can we do?”
The Falling Whistles campaign launched with a simple response – make their weapon your voice and be a whistleblower for peace. All the proceeds are used to restore the lives of war-affected children in Congo.
There’s a long road ahead toward Peace in Congo, but wear your protest and join them in changing history.
Sean will be featured in Mosley Tribes’ frames as part of the sunglasses juggernaut’s next campaign. Look closely, they styled in whistles throughout the photo shoot.