LPZ Media and La Unidad Latina Foundation, in association with Tender Steps of NY, Inc., are partnering to engage and support the students impacted by the events in the East Ramapo School District.


Director John Marco Lopez of LPZ Media captured the socio-political divide that exists at the center of the struggling school district in a small Hudson Valley town just north of Manhattan through his film, “The Hudson Tribes.” Centered on the issues of public education in the United States, “The Hudson Tribes” serves as a call to action for the East Ramapo community. Their action may very well set a new precedent for how our government renders funds for public education.


LPZ Media and La Unidad Latina Foundation will award 4 scholarships to college bound students who have been adversely impacted by the political and social issues plaguing the East Ramapo community.


The 4 scholarship recipients will receive $1,000 each, as a one-time award paid directly to the student.


Applications deadline extended to June 17th, 2016!

Click here to apply

*La Unidad Latina Foundation is unequivocally committed to equal opportunity.  Therefore, La Unidad Latina Foundation does not discriminate against applicants on the basis of gender, race, national origin, disability, age, color, creed, or sexual orientation.