Colombian kids teach Salsa and Raggaeton online to fund education

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We’ve seen non-profits showcase immigrant cooking skills to improve cultural exchange, but now, from Colombia, comes an initiative that seeks to use local talent to benefit local people. Chocó To Dance provides a year’s worth of web-based dance lessons in Latin America’s four most popular dance styles — Salsa, Reggaeton, Choke and Champeta — all taught by the coolest kids from Quibdo, a small town in Chocó. Each subscription of USD 19.99 helps fund academic scholarships for students from the region, who would otherwise not be able to afford post-graduate studies.

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