The M.I.K Family Donates 15,000 Ghanaian Cedis To a Dance Community in Accra
The M.I.K Family, in their recent collaboration with the African Dance Dictionary, has generously donated 15,0000 ghs to Ghetto Studio, based in Accra, Ghana.
Ghetto Studio, a dance community, are at risk of losing their home for the second time after being served an eviction notice. Their space has been a beacon of hope and a safe haven for young dancers to hone their craft, express themselves, and keep their cultural heritage alive through movement.
The M.I.K Family’s contribution to this cause reflects their deep understanding of the importance of such spaces in fostering creativity, inspiring young people and preserving cultural legacies.
Founded by Prince Ofori in Berlin, Germany, the M.I.K Family has evolved from a dance crew into a multifaceted collective that embodies the philosophy that ‘Mindset Is Key.’ Their origins, marked by triumph at the first German Krump Championship, have set the stage for a journey of artistic and social impact.
You can find out more about what Ghetto Studio are doing and how to support it by following them on @iamazontod4cgh IG.