UNC student organization Musical Empowerment bridges technological divide to teach local children


Students in the organization Musical Empowerment seek to mentor underserved children in music. But in practice, the mentors learn just as much as the mentees. The group boasts about 160 student teachers who mentor children in instruments like guitar, piano, violin, brass, saxophone and voice — and have continued to do so despite the pandemic. (Daily Tar Heel)

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UNC student organization Musical Empowerment bridges technological divide to teach local children


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