Latinx Identities Contest 2021: Meet The Finalists

Latinx Identities Contest 2021: Meet the Finalists

In honor of Hispanic Heritage Month, we invited students to be the researchers, lyricists and rappers for a student contest. For Flocabulary’s Celebrating Latinx Identities contest, students from all over the country selected an event, person, tradition, or identity tied to Latinx culture to research and write a song about. Take a look at the creative and inspiring entries we received from our winners and finalists! Interested in learning more about the contest? Inspire students with entries from past contest winners here. 2021 Latinx Identities Contest Winners 🏆 Elementary Winner Luis Alvarez just wanted to say, How the dinosaurs’ bones…

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Q&A With Jaden, Our Black History Rap Contest Winner

Q&A with Jaden, Our Black History Rap Contest Winner

We are thrilled to announce that we've selected our winner of the Black History Rap Contest: Jaden. Jaden J. is a gifted poet, and with over 1,000 submissions, his immediately stood out for its emotional power and imagery even in its opening line and impressing us with his lyricism all the way through. Jaden seamlessly wove together John Lewis's biography, the broader historical context, connections to today and the impact he has had on him personally. In his video, it's also clear that Jaden is a talented performer. We can't wait to meet him in person when he records his song with…

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