Training in art and community leaders is essential for the economic development of the community. Foundations of the arts and the humanities should equitably address the needs of their artists and the government should understand and equitably address the needs of its people, when this in turn is mostly diversity.
The interest of folkloric entities at the state and regional level in the training of outstanding artists to transfer their abilities and skills and pass it from generation to generation, is the key to leaving a legacy in the future of our children and youth.