We believe in the power of the arts to move people to advocate for social justice. Want proof? Watch this video on visitor reactions to the “Looking Into Light” photo exhibit at Seattle’s City Hall, March-April 2012.

Seattle University School of Theology and Ministry’s Faith and Family Homelessness Project produced this video in partnership with Seattle University’s Project on Family Homelessness. The photo exhibit depicted in the video is an excellent example of an education opportunity offered to the community on the crisis of family homelessness. “

The exhibit, sponsored by the Seattle University Project on Family Homelessness/Center for Strategic Communications, features 44 photos from the national touring exhibit from the National Center on Family Homelessness, with 20 additional photos by Seattle University Journalism Fellow, photojournalist Dan Lamont. Photos seen provided by The National Center on Family Homelessness and noted photojournalist Dan Lamont.

To learn more about these traveling exhibits visit:familyhomelessness.org/lookingintolight & washingtonhomeless.org/

This video was produced by Seattle University staff and students: (THANK YOU!!)
Director – Lindy Boustedt | DP – Sawyer Purman | Sound – Brett Drolet | Grip/Editor – Benjamin Anderson