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From Left: Aung San Suu Kyi meeting with Tom Morello and wife at the Aung San Suu Kyi dinner, 2012
Eric Szmanda and friend at the Aung San Suu Kyi dinner 2012.
Artist Lily Hayden and the family of Lyle Poncher meet with Aung San Suu Kyi.
The Artist meets the Icon. Sheppard Fairey at Aung San Suu Kui dinner, 2012.
Maggie Q and her lawyer at the Aung San Suu Kyi dinner in Los Angeles. Maggie visited the Burmese refugee camps in Thailand with Jeremy Woodrum.
Jeremy Woodrum, co-producer of "Burma, It Can't Wait" at the Aung San Suu Kyi dinner.
Dan Adler and son with whom Jack completed the project, "Burma, It Can't Wait", with 30 celebrity spotlights with Aung San Suu Kyi.
"We meet again in LA thirteen years later." Aung San Suu Kyi, Jack Healey and Feryal Gharahi.
Matt Burrows , HRAC's lawyer, and Robin Hurlay who was responsible for the Aung San Suu Kyi album "For the Lady" at Rhino Records.
John Koch and Amy Poncher at the Aung San Suu Kyi dinner in Los Angeles.
Tom Morello performing at an evening honoring Daw Aung San Suu Kyi, October 2012.
Greg Darneidier, former Young World Development Director in Saint Louis Walk for Development 1971, with President Obama and First Lady Michelle.
Groundwork 2001 - Five Days of Music in Seattle and Joe Strummer's last concert. From left: the President of Adobe, Secretary General of FAD and Jack Healey.
Secretary General of the Food Agriculture Organization, Seattle 2001.
Jack Healey speaking at the Five Days of Music event in Seattle.
Jack Healey and Shepard Fairey in front of his poster in honour of Joe Strummer.
The talent lineup of Groundwork 2001, sponsored by Adobe in support of The Food and Agriculture Organization's efforts against world hunger. Co-Producer Mel Ciccione.
HRAC's production of the 50th Anniversary of the Declaration of Human Rights at the United Nations General Assembly, December 2002.
Jack Healey and Bianca Jagger in support of the Kurds, 2004.
Esalen Seminar, 2009 with Matt Burrows, Heinz, Jack Healey, Dave Brown, Cynthia Doepke and Bruna Battaglia.
Julie Benz prepares in studio for her spot in the Human Rights Action Center's Aung San Suu Kyi campaign.
Will Farrell filming his spot for Human Rights Action Center's Aung San Suu Kyi campaign.
Jackson Browne filming his spot for Human Rights Action Center's Aung San Suu Kyi campaign.
Jackson Browne with Amy Poncher and Heinz Scherlenbrand at his filming for the Aung San Suu Kyi campaign
Jeremy Woodrum, Jack Healey, Anjelica Huston and Khin Phyu Htway meet to speak about Burma following the 2008 Cyclone Nargis which was one of the worst natural disasters to hit Burma.
Jeremy Woodrum, Jack Healey, Anjelica Huston and Khin Phyu Htway.
Jack Healey teaching at Esalen with Dave Brown and Bruno Battaglia, 2008.
Wynton Marsalis and his band played for Jack Healey's 70th birthday. Berlangas, Dick Gregory, Wynton Marsalis, Jenny McCarthy, Jim Carrey, Donnely, David Bruce, Battaglia and the Gharahis.
Jack Healey meets the coordinators of an upcoming concert in Istanbul, 1990.
Jack Healey meeting with the promoters of the Human Rights Now Concert in Istanbul, 1990.
Jack and one of the promoters from Istanbul on the Bosphorus.
Bill Graham Award, given to Jack Healey by David Crosby of Crosby, Stills and Nash, 1990.
Amnesty International Press Conference - From a Hug to a Hope, October 1990. Twenty hour long live television broadcast through Spain and Latin America. Promoter - Pino Sagliocco. This included the famous song by Sting - We Dance Alone.
Jack Healy at his free to laugh campaign in 1990.
From left: Ian Martin (former Secretary General of Amnesty International), Anjelica Huston and Jack Healey 1991.
Jack Healey meets with Nelson Mandela, the Prime Minister of the Republic of South Africa and Pat Darien in Houston, 1992.
The family of Joe Strummer including good friends of Jack Healey, Moira Sher, Ian Grey and Tom Salter, 1992.
Jack Healey receives a standing ovation for his retirement speech at the international council meeting in Boston. "My last hurrah".
The Australian, Irish and Filipino AI directors congratulate Jack following his speech prior to leaving Amnesty.
Jack's visit to Bosnian refugee camps, 1993.
Jack Healey spent an evening shooting pool with Joe Strummer of The Clash in Los Angeles.
Amnesty's Navy on the way to the waters between Cuba and Haiti to look for Haitians in distress in order to protect the right to run from harms way.
Amnesty's Navy arrives to pick up Haitians in distress.
A political cartoon from 1994 referencing the Human Rights Now! AI concerts.
Jack Healey and his favorite Irishman, Paul O'Dwyre in New York City, 1995.
Jason Rothberg and Joe Strummer, formerly of the Clash, produced Punk for Human Rights, 1996.
Jack with two brave Haitian lawyer in Port au Prince while reviewing the Center for Victims of Torture in Haiti.
Jack Healey visits the New Kids on the Block to ask them to play in the A Hug to a Hope concert in Chile, 1990.
Anthony McIntyre with Jack Healey in Memphis at the former residence of Elvis Presley, 1998.
Peter Gabriel sends a thank you letter to Jack Healey after the completion of many successful concerts.
Jack Healey and Feryal Gharahi in Cambodia.
One of the brave youth of China who participated in protests for human rights at Tianamen Square.
Aung San Suu Kyi meets with Jack Healey for the first time in 1999. He was one of the first visitors to meet with her during her time under house arrest.
Jack Healey announces the 999 Concert against the Burmese military and for Aung San Suu Kyi, Thailand 1999.
Prime Minister of Lesotho, Leabua Jonathan with Jack Healey at Peace Corps headquarters, 1980.
Jack Healey answers question at a press conference following his testimony in congress on behalf of Amnesty International, 1982.
Jack Healey met Steve Jobs for supper in Palo Alto, 1982. While they didn't agree about charity work, he did agree to come to a Leonard Bernstein concert in San Francisco.
Jack Healey speaking at Harvard, 1983. "One of the most important days of my life."
Benefit event for the opening of Sophie's Choice, 1982.
Jack Healey, Maryl Streep and Bill Fertik meet to make a public service announcement on television promoting the Conspiracy of Hope, L.A. 1985
Two brilliant directors, Bill Furtik of New York and John Huston of legendary fame and father of Angelica and Daniel Houston with Jack Healey during Furtik's shooting of a public service announcement for the Conspiracy of Hope, 1986.
From left: Madonna, Sean Penn and Bono at the Conspiracy of Hope, 1986.
The Conspiracy of Hope at the Martin Luther King Jr Center to meet with Coretta Scott. From the left: Coretta, Aaron Neville, Joan Baez, Jack Healey, Lee Shin Boom, Bono.
Conspiracy of Hope 1986 - Eleven hour MTV broadcast. From left: Jack Healey, Peter Gabriel and Joan Baez.
Mohammed Ali preparing to address a stadium of 65 thousand at the Conspiracy of Hope, June 1986.
Los Angeles press conference with Bryan Adams, Jack Healey, Bill Graham, Joan Baez, larry Mullin, Sting, Aaron Neville, Bono and Edge, 1986.
Press conference for the Conspiracy of Hope, L.A. 1986. Artists and Lee Shin Boom of South Korea.
The supper in New York of the Conspiracy of Hope at a restaurant in 1986.
All the artists of the Conspiracy of Hope with former prisoners of conscience in white t-shirts. In the front: Jack Healey, Mary Daly and Bill Graham.
Bryan Adams, Merry Daly, Sting and Jack Healey at the Conspiracy of Hope, 1986.
From left: Erin Neville, Joan Baez, a member of the Bryam Adams Band, Bono and Jack Healey singing at the Conspiracy of Hope, L.A. 1986.
Conspiracy of Hope closing on MTV, 1986. From left: Erin Neville, Joan Baez, Bono, Jack Healey, Sting and Bryan Adams.
Future president of South Korea and former victim of torture, Kim Dae Jung with Jack Healey, 1987.
Jack Healey receives an honorary doctorate of law.
"All we need is a leprechaun." Jack Healey and Bono.
Bruce Springsteen and Sting, the two closing bands of the Human Rights Now concert.
The artists of the Human Rights Now tour, Wembley 1988. From left: Youyou N'Dour, Peter Gabriel, Bruce Springsteen, Tracy Chapman and Sting.
The five artists of the Human Rights Now tour with Jack Healey. The concerts played in sixteen countries in six weeks on every continent, as well as a three hour broadcast on HBO. Wembley, 1988.
The artists of the Human Rights Now concerts and Amnesty officials at the press conference to kick off the Philadelphia show, 1988.
The final concert of the Human Rights Now tour in Istanbul.
The final concert of the Human Rights Now tour in Istanbul, Turkey.
Saint Patrick's Day with staff. From left: Len Rose Avila, Charles Fulood, Jack Healey, and Lee Bloomer.
Jack Healey's fiftieth birthday with Sting and Angel Martinez of Reebok.
Celebrating Jack Healey's 50th birthday. From left: Margot Kidder, Jack Healey, Gary Stifleman, Ivan Moffat and Lyle Poncher.
An evening out with Lou Reed of the Velvet Underground.
Jack Healey's 50th birthday with Jackson Brown, former South African prisoner of conscience, Sting, Daryl Hanna and Feryal Gharahi.
Daryl Hannah meets with Jack Healey at his 50th Birthday celebration.
Peter Gabriel, Lou Reed and Youyou N'Dour at Gabriel's studio in Bath, England 1989.
Larry Barber who wrote two episodes of 21 Jump Street about returning to an illegal immigrant to El Salvador in 1989.
Staff of Amnesty International and the future president of South Korea, Kim Young Sam, 1989.
1979 and Earlier
Cardinal Sheehan, Frank Murphy and the President of Frostberk State College meet the Newman Chaplan, Reverend Healey, 1967
Madison, Wisconsin 1970 - Walk for Development. Coordinated by Bob Peterson and Debbie Sweets funded by Fannie Lou Hamer
Agency for International Development welcomes the leadership of Young World Development while admiring Sister Corita's artwork. From left: Jack Healey, Mr. Brown and Mr. Hedges.
YWD 1970, World Food Conference youth delegation.
World Food Conference, 1970. The meeting of Jack Healey, Mike McCoy, Suzan Foresythe and a group of Kenyans regarding International Walk Day.
Jack Healey with Barbara Bode and Angelica Rothchild at a seven day fast on a Indian Reservation, 1972.
Jack Healey and Dick Gregory demonstrating at the White House 1975 against J. Edgar Hoover.
Outside Mayor Bradley's office, 1976. Dick Gregory ran across the United States for world hunger.
Jack Healey speaks before the Dick Gregory Run with Juan Carlos, Mexican relay Olympian.
Jack Healey and Dick Gregory make a speech for the kickoff of the Dick Gregory run to end world hunger outside the office of Mayor Bradley in Los Angeles on his first leg of over 3000 in total.
Day of the Jimmy Young fight, George O'Harra and Jack Healey meet with Mohammed Ali and convince him to join Dick Gregory on his World Hunger Run across the United States, 1976.
Celebration of Human Rights day in New York City with Lou Reed, Paul Simon, Ellen Sirleaf Johnson and Croatian ambassadors.
John Lewis, Mary King, Dick Gregory and Jack Healey pose for a photo on the day of Jack's appointment to the Peace Corps.