Raising their voices at the Latin Grammy Awards with Alejandro Sanz for #DreamActNow

by Cristina Rayas | December 11, 2017 5:00 am

Thirty young leaders raised their voices on the biggest stage in Latin music – highlighting how their families are in danger of being torn apart. Like all Americans, they want to attend good schools, earn good jobs, and make the world a better place. With star-studded allies including 2017 Person of the Year, Alejandro Sanz, joining them at the Latin Grammy Awards, find out how the real change is through the #DreamActNow.

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