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In fact, the first project of the Vivo Foundation is Vivo Del Mondo, a program providing an all-expense paid nine-day trip to Italy beginning next week for eight black and Latin college students.
The popular basketball player announced the recipients of the trip Thursday night at a West Los Angeles restaurant.
The goal of Vivo Del Mondo is to provide the students with an international travel experience that will offer them a broader and expanded context to discover and develop their life passions and encourage students to think, question and formulate their own beliefs, according to Kobe Bryant.
It's also good to mention that the students will visit Rome, Florence and Venice between August 8 to 16.
As we said, the students selected to take the trip were affiliated with the Hispanic College Fund and Phase3, which provides college scholarships for black students.
"This is very exiting for us to be able to have the opportunity to do something like this," Bryant said. "(With) me growing up oversees and being exposed to another world, another way of life, to be able to open those doors to somebody else is special."
It's important to keep in mind that Bryant spent eight years of his childhood in Italy while his father Joe was playing professional basketball there.