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Colombians Teach Dance To Fund Students’ Education

Colombians Teach Dance To Fund Students’ Education
Latin America

Chocó to Dance is a platform that shows you how to replicate popular Latin dances to help create scholarships for local students

Sara Roncero-Menendez
  • 27 september 2016

Have you ever wanted to take dance lessons but have always been nervous about doing it in front of other people? Chocó To Dance lets you learn salsa, reggaeton, and other popular dances while helping the teachers get an education. This new site provides a year’s worth of lessons in champeta, salsa, choke, and reggaaeton from Colombians from the city of Chocó.

The instructors take your through the steps in a series of videos. The service’s subscription fee of $19.99 (less than a year’s worth of Netflix) goes to scholarships for students seeking post-graduate study.

The Fundación Juan Pablo Gutierrez Cáceres is the nonprofit academic fund that will be responsible for giving out these scholarships to Colombians of Afro-Caribbean and indigenous descent.

To see these dance lessons help the instructors get an education, watch the video below:

Chocó To Dance

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