Sunday, 16 August 2015


Had a wonderful visit with this organisation in Kigali the other week. Please take a moment to watch the documentary and see how they're changing the lives of street children through hip hop, ballet and contemporary dance.

There's a little more on their program below. If you're a professional dancer, drop them a line. Each year professional dancers from around the world visit MindLeaps to work with the kids. Rebecca Davis, who founded the program, is an alumni of the Global Youth Connect Human Rights program. If you're aged between 18-35 and passionate about human rights, check them out.

You can find MindLeaps online, on Facebook and on Twitter.

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