Excerpts as well as full videos of the original dramatic presentations and culminating ceremonies created by participating youth and adults involved in the Program since 2006. In addition to watching the meaningful and compelling contributions of the participants, please use these videos in your own classrooms and community forums to help raise awareness about the relevance of the UDHR, inspire creativity among your students, and advance “human rights” thinking.
On Friday, May 15, participants in the first The World As It Could Be Is Within REACH program presented their culminating ceremony and received their certificates of completion. On hand were many community members, including elected officials and their […]
We’re pleased to share with you these art works from students at Katherine Delmar Burke School in San Francisco, who explore the UDHR and human rights issues as part of their studies. (See some earlier work from the school’s students here.) […]
We were especially moved by this segment of Balboa High School’s annual human rights assembly in December, and wanted to share it with you.
Brooklynn Forrest, one of the participants in The World As It Could Be Is Within REACH, talks about the program and the rite of passage ceremony coming up on May 15.
TWAICB Director Sandy Sohcot says: “This past September (2014), we presented a 3-day training on The World As It Could Be Program curriculum for Prince George’s County Maryland Public Schools. Gloria Darlington, History Teacher and Social Studies Chair of Robert […]
You are cordially invited to the culminating presentation of our first class of participants in The World As It Could Be Is Within REACH. This program is our Rite of Passage, developed by the leadership of the REACH Ashland Youth […]
It’s been very gratifying over the last several years to watch teacher John Nepomuceno and his students at Oakland’s Fremont High School explore the Universal Declaration of Human Rights and its implications in their daily lives. We appreciate their enthusiastic […]
In the fall of 2012, as Executive Director of the Rex Foundation, I connected with Vy Higgensen, Founder and Executive Director of the Mama Foundation for the Arts in Harlem, after a member of the Rex Foundation Board, already a direct supporter […]
For the newsletter Perspectives on Social Change, TWAICB Executive Director Sandy Sohcot visits the Rex Foundation and the Alameda County Deputy Sheriffs’ Activities League for enlightening conversation. Watch the full-length interviews Watch interview excerpts
The Future Leaders of Social Change students of Arroyo High School put on their Town Hall culminating presentation about the UDHR.