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.