“Mi Lugar”, by Asociación Garaje, is aimed at homeless youth, mostly migrants, between 18 and 25 years of age living in the Juan Luis Vives municipal shelter center for homeless people (Madrid), developing a specialized workshop in rap music and a sensitizing videoclip about its problematic, derived from the language barrier and the migratory condition, but also strengths like the high motivation for music in general and rap in particular.

The project was realized in collaboration with the Municipality of Madrid (Área de Gobierno de Equidad, Derechos Sociales y Empleo).

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