Tag: The World As It Could Be Human Rights Education Program


The World As It Could Be: Student Videos From Oakland

In 2011, the Rex Foundation presented a grant to the Center for Digital Storytelling (CDS) to support a collaborative creative project of the Center, the California Film Institute (CFI) and the Rex Foundation.  The creative project involved Oakland, CA seniors at Mandela High School, who, under the direction of CDS, created and produced their own […]


Remembering David Large

On Friday, September 28, 2012 David Large passed away, having courageously challenged pancreatic cancer over the last two years.  Since 2002 and until his diagnosis, David had steadfastly volunteered for the Rex Foundation. David applied his academic prowess, writing skills, care for the community and continuous quest to learn more, to help put together features […]


Watch the Video: “There’s a Way” at the Vibes!

David Gans introduces Henry Sidle, who sings his original compositions and talks about Rex’s work in human rights. Henry says: “It was such an honor to be up on the Green Vibes stage a few weeks ago. Not only was it an amazing feeling to be sharing my music with fellow music lovers, but it […]


The World As It Could Be Summer Institute 2012: Culminating Ceremony

Watch the inspiring Culminating Ceremony from this year’s Summer Institute for The World As It Could Be Human Rights Education Program. Thanks so much for all who made it possible! Culminating Ceremony Q&A with participants after the presentation


‘There’s a Way’–or Two or Three–at the Vibes

We were delighted when Rex supporter Henry Sidle, who last year composed the human rights anthem “The World As It Could Be” and performed it to an appreciative audience at Gathering of the Vibes, sent us his latest, “There’s a Way.” One of the most gratifying things about Rex’s work is watching the next generation […]