[pri-zurv] verb, pre·served,pre·serv·ing, noun
verb (used with object)
1.to keep alive or in existence; make lasting: to preserve our liberties as free citizens.
2.to keep safe from harm or injury; protect or spare.
3.to keep up; maintain: to preserve historical monuments.
4.to keep possession of; retain: to preserve one’s composure.
5.to prepare (food or any perishable substance) so as to resist decomposition or fermentation.
Children are the most precious resource that we are entrusted with. Their innocence, their freedom, their very lives should be preserved from the horrors of war. Falling Whistles is working to bring peace to the Congo and bring an end to the use of children as soldiers.
We will be unveiling this series at our exhibit in Louisville, KY on August 11 and 12 at Destiny Church. 1979 Richmond Drive, Louisville, KY 40205. Check our event calendar for details.
New Art Against Oppression Series promoting the work of @FallingWhistles #Preservation #Awareness2012 #childsoldiers #peace