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Literacy for youth in Houston, Texas is important and leaders in the hip hop community are showing how they feel by actively educating about the keys to success.  A Hip Hop for Literacy Scholarship will help some youth pursue their goals.

Sponsors included Franklin Beauty School (awards of three partial scholarships to attend FBS); On the Grind Scholarship by Jazz Anderson (awards two $500 scholarships to young entrepreneurs to assist in opening a business); No Sisters Left Behind (awards four $250 scholarships for aspiring entrepreneurs); AIDS Foundation (awards college tuition per their guidelines); and Barron Recording Studios (awards aspiring vocal artist a four hour recording, mixing and mastering studio session).

The deadline to apply and submit essays was on June 30, 2017.  If you missed it this year, be on the lookout for next year at www.houstonlibrary.org/hip-hop-literacy.  Continue to live, laugh, and read!

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Posted on Jul 4, 2017

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