“And Then I Come Home: Sustaining Our Commitment to Social Justice”
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We become energized and motivated by the plight of disadvantaged people around the world. There is a surge of concern and action. Then we move on with our daily lives or the next urgent issue presses for our attention.
I have had the wonderful experience of photographing people in marginalized situations all over the world. Their struggles are ongoing and often generational. But, then I come home. I will explore my own reflections of sustaining creative energy and commitment to social justice, as well as thoughts of others who successfully remain energized to a cause.
Jeff Pearcy, Member
Tristan Strelitzer, Choral Director
Nick Hayes, Worship Associate
Jeff Pearcy is a documentary photographer who worked on assignment from the Unitarian Universalist Service Committee on three different occasions, including documenting the recovery effort in the Philippines following a typhoon. He has a long term commitment working with a village in the Jong Chiefdom in Sierra Leone. Jeff and his wife Jeri have been members of First Church around 28 years.
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