As the primary long-term initiative of Jeff’s Journalism, “The Moments’ Pause Project: Reminders of Our Natural Roots” is a research, multimedia, culture preservation, and social capital building initiative that — during a global era of increasing political tension and societal unrest — is tending to this world We all as a global community share.
While this grassroots initiative has many aspects, its root and ultimate goal is to collaboratively address conflict and environment related issues that are impacting Us worldwide.
One component of this Project involves documentary-style videos, exploring some of the societal impacts of economic “development” phenomena
The videos displayed below bring us on journeys into Thailand, Cambodia, Myanmar, and Taiwan. This quest includes imagery of Burmese refugees living on a rubbish dump located on the Thai-Burma, indigenous peoples living in Thailand’s mountainous areas, and some off-the-grid rarely seen areas of Cambodia and Myanmar, among others.
As societal contexts for being reminded of the socially binding commonalities that all of Us humans share, these works address aspects of everything from environment to human rights issues.
*All videos below (and more) are available at The Moment’s Pause Project YouTube channel.