Tag: Human Rights
Henry will perform his song and be interviewed by David Gans at Gathering of the Vibes on Saturday, July 23 at 3:15 PM on the Green Vibes Stage Side Platform. Don’t miss this! Henry Sidle is a 12-year-old student living in New England who has been inspired by The World As It Could Be. […]
Listen to a March 9, 2010 interview in whichÂ Rex Foundation executive director Sandy Sohcot spoke with California PTA president Carol Kocivar on KALW FM,Â about Rex’s The World As It Could Be project and the impact it’s having on the lives of local high school students who participate.
Rex Foundation executive director Sandy Sohcot talks about our ongoing project The World As It Could Be, developing a high-school curriculum focused on the Universal Declaration of Human Rights. The performing arts are an essential component of the teaching and learning process.
Arroyo High School’s student production, part of The World As It Could Be, allowed the young performers to develop and express their own insights on issues related to the Universal Declaration of Human Rights.
Watch the video:Â Rex Foundation Executive Director Sandy Sohcot talks with Rexfoundation.org editor Mary Eisenhart about the inspiration and current state of the human rights education project The World As It Could Be.
Be sure to watch the performance video of our on-going program The World As It Could Be: Where There’s a Will There’s a Way. Please consider helping to sponsor this great program. The World as It Could Be Sponsorship Form
Blue Turtle Seduction is on board the Musical Caravan with Jerry Jams CDs being offered during their Human Rights Awareness tour. For your contribution of $20 or more and signing up on the mailing list, you’ll get this great CD called Jerry Jams, created in 2002 to help raise funds for the Rex Foundation and New Jersey musical programs for youth.