voices of Beatriz and Leguizamo. “Music is universal,” said Miranda in the featurette. “Music education helps students to connect to other cultures, and understand the world around them to become true global citizens.”
The Latin GRAMMY Cultural Foundation is helping to provide education equity, access and success and preserving Latin music for generations to come. This simultaneous commitment to education and the arts, provides an investment where it counts – to ensure economic mobility and transformational impact.
The Scholarship Fund has provided nearly 300 scholarships over the last six years with an investment of $6 million+.
The Scholarship Fund has enabled students from 24 countries to gain access to a quality education. The Fund boasts a 100 percent graduation rate and provides students with not only financial support but experiential learning to ensure not only access but success. Disney’s support of Latin GRAMMY Cultural Foundation students will provide educational equity while simultaneously developing a pipeline of future Latin Music creators and preserving the genre for generations to come. “Students learn in many different ways,” said Leguizamo in the featurette. “Music allows young people to express themselves in a unique way, which motivates their learning and confidence.”
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