Los Angeles: Priyanka Chopra Helps Students Adapt To Virtual Classrooms
UNICEF Goodwill Ambassador Priyanka Chopra is helping students adapt to virtual classrooms. She shared a video on Instagram announcing that she is helping students in Los Angeles in getting used to online classrooms amid this lockdown. She says in the video, “Hi everyone! In this crazy time right now, it is so important for people to come together as a community and help out where they can. Youth empowerment, success in education have been two causes that have been so close to my heart, always.”
The aim is to not have a break in the education process and going forward with an online classroom is the only way now that the entire world is facing a pandemic.
- Priyanka Chopra, the UNICEF Goodwill Ambassador, is helping students in Los Angeles in adapting to virtual classrooms amid the ongoing lockdown.
- Education and empowering youth is so important to me: Priyanka Chopra
- I am working to provide headphones for children in Los Angeles who are currently adapting to the new virtual classrooms, she said.
“Youth empowerment, success in education have been two causes that have been so close to my heart, always.”
The actress took to her Instagram account and wrote: “I am working with my partners at JBL to provide headphones for children in Los Angeles who are currently adapting to the new virtual classrooms. We are all going to get through this together.”
Last week Priyanka pledged to donate $100,000 to women doing their bit in the health crisis. She received 1.4 million views on the post.
The life of a global leader
Last week global icon Priyanka Chopra and Shah Rukh Khan joined hands for a noble cause in One World: Together At Home a live virtual event, curated by Lady Gaga. The event is being organized by Global Citizen and World Health Organisation to collecting funds for the fight against COVID-19 pandemic.
This will be a fully virtual event on April 18 and will include Bollywood stars Shah Rukh Khan and Priyanka Chopra, along with other global artists like Alanis Morisette, Billie Eilish, Elton John, Idris, and Sabrina Alba, Paul McCartney, Stevie Wonder among many more.
Priyanka Chopra had also tweeted that she and her husband Nick Jonas had donated to several organisations like the PM-CARES Fund, UNICEF, Feeding America and Goonj: “These organizations are doing amazing work by helping those impacted by #Covid19. They are feeding the hungry, supporting doctors and first responders, helping low income and homeless communities, and supporting our colleagues in the entertainment industry.”
Starting from winning Miss World to changing the cinematic landscape with unconventional roles in Bollywood, to achieving a niche for herself in the West through her lead role in drama thriller series Quantico, Priyanka has come a long way. Chopra was highly applauded for her character in Shonali Bose’s The Sky is Pink last year.
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