Tag: Universal Declaration of Human Rights
This just in from former Executive Director Sandy Sohcot, now Director of The World As It Could Be Human Rights Education Program: Greetings to the Rex Foundation Community, I want to thank Cameron Sears for providing me this opportunity to invite you to a series of events The World As It Could Be Program (TWAICB) […]
The Human Rights Action Center (HRAC) is a voice for the voiceless and an advocate for human rights for all of the world. HRAC partners with leaders in the creative arts world (music, theater, film, written word) to focus awareness on areas of critical importance in the struggle for human rights and lend a hand to […]
From the introduction: Throughout history, creative essence breaks through the old to the new, offering new answers to societal problems. The Rex Foundation, itself founded by artists, seeks to shine light on the arts and the creative process, and the positive forces that result from their vitality. This newsletter looks at the role of art […]
We’re delighted to report a particularly great upcoming convergence of benevolent forces at Gathering of the Vibes on Friday, July 20, 2012, when, after an introduction from David Gans, Henry Sidle takes to the Green Vibes Stage at 3:45 p.m. and premieres his new song, “There’s a Way,” inspired by the Rex Foundation’s The World […]
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
A Rex-sponsored original production created by Bay Area youth art organizations to educate and inspire youth and adults about the Universal Declaration of Human Rights and the importance of exerting the will to realize the world envisioned by the Declaration.