From 2002 to 2014, Rex Executive Director Sandy Sohcot, along with Alan Trist and other collaborators, produced a newsletter spotlighting topical issues, with interviews, profiles, and a look at the work of Rex grantees in a particular space.
REX FOUNDATION NEWSLETTERS 2002-2014
August 2002 – Newsletter #1: Perspectives on Environmental Activism
Bob Weir on old growth redwoods; Robert Hunter on “The Devil and the Trees,” Sandy Sohcot and Alan Trist interview Michael Klein of Forest Ethics and Randy Hayes of Rainforest Action Network.
August 2003 – Newsletter #2: Perspectives on Community Engagement
Radical optimism from Peter Coyote, intentional community from Carolyn Garcia.
October 2004 – Newsletter #3: Perpectives on Positive Culture
Rex at 20, the Oregon Country Fair, recent grantees and their work.
February 2006 –Newsletter #4: Perspectives on Being Human
John Perry Barlow on the Golden Rule, Susan Pritzker on human rights.
October 2007 -Newsletter #5: Perspectives on the Will to Change
Jon McIntire on empathy and unity, Annette Gellert on green planning, Ken McNeely on broadband access.
October 2008 – Newsletter #6: Perspectives on the World As It Could Be
Dune Lankard on feeding the circle, Ellen Sebastian Chang on a culture of humanity.
August 2010 – Newsletter #7: Perspectives on Generosity of Spirit
Roger McNamee on choosing empathy over greed, Pam David on the culture of fear, Rex grantees at work.
May 2013 – Newsletter #8: Perspectives on the Answer of Art
Mickey Hart on the impossibility of life with out art, Sarah Crowell on being in an era of creativity, Rex grantees in the arts.
November 2014 – Newsletter #9: Perspectives on Social Change
Cameron Sears and Nick Morgan on Rex’s origins in the social change movement, Hilary Bass and Marty Neideffer on generating social capital, Rex grantees working for social change.