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  • Alessandra Rizzotti

    I love the cross between music and practical, pragmatic disaster response. Makes it accessible, and something that people will want to take part in.

    • Jeremey Horan

      Agreed, infusing music with social messages re: birth control, domestic violence, smart and currently being used throughout the Caribbean and in African Countries as way to spread key messages.

      • Alessandra Rizzotti

        I think most importantly, music is universal- so it appeals to everyone, not just the countries you mention. You should connect to Pierce Freelon if you want to learn more about the power of music in education. He founded Beat Making Labs: