NEW YORK TIMES FEATURE

In Harlem, a playful new youth center is an instant landmark. Filled with light, the cozy headquarters of The Brotherhood Sister Sol is designed to tell children “they matter.”

VOICES GALA

On May 11th, The Brotherhood Sister Sol will host our 18th annual Voices gala. Voices is our annual benefit highlighting the life-changing programming of BroSis. Please save the date and join us!

ABOUT

Awakening the power in young people to challenge the past and change the future.

TORCHBEARER TRAINING

Developed over the course of 25 years, The Brotherhood Sister Sol Rites of Passage Program is recognized nationally and internationally as one of the leading models of holistic youth development. This year, our Torchbearer Training takes place February 21 – February 24, 2023.

BUILDING A BEACON

A short film about our new headquarters produced by Girvin Pictures.

IMPACT

Elevating and activating agents of change.

KEVIN DURANT VISITS BROSIS

On July 26, 2022, Kevin Durant visited BroSis to celebrate the grand opening of our rooftop basketball court, which was endowed by his Kevin Durant Charity Foundation.

BROSIS ON THE TODAY SHOW

Sheinelle Jones gets an exclusive tour of our new HQ and tells our story of advancing social justice, our efforts to train educators, serve one million meals, and our national reach.

GO INSIDE BROSIS WITH FOX 5 NY

Watch this recent feature on BroSis by Fox 5 NY’s Christal Young and go inside our new home, a space for the enlightenment of Black and Latinx youth.

The Brotherhood Sister Sol (BroSis) is where Black and Latinx youth claim the power of their history, identity and community to build the future they want to see. By educating, organizing and training, we are challenging inequity and creating opportunity for all.

YOUR SUPPORT

Your contribution helps us provide essential
services to the youth of Harlem.

PROGRAMS

EDUCATING

Through our comprehensive educational programs, we’re helping young people develop a critical understanding of their history, identity and role in society.

ORGANIZING

Together with our members, alumni and partners, we’re building on a legacy of youth-led activism to realize a more just and equitable future.

TRAINING

Through our innovative training models, we’re empowering educators and organizers to spark young agents of change across the nation.

voices gala

Mark your calendars! The Brotherhood Sister Sol (BroSis) is excited to announce that we will host our 18th annual Voices gala on Thursday, May 11th, at The Ziegfeld Ballroom in New York City. Please save the date and join us!

LEGACY: 25 YEARS OF SOCIAL JUSTICE WORK

 A short film on our organizing and activism.

OUR NEW HEADQUARTERS

The Brotherhood Sister Sol (BroSis) is excited to have completed construction of our new building in April of 2022. We have created a beacon of enlightenment – a space for educating, organizing and training the field to advance social justice. The new building will be an expanded state-of-the-art site for our children and the community and a model for the educational field.

THE LATEST

Help amplify youth voices

What is an activist, organizer, ally? Watch our youth activists speak on the subject and consider making a year-end gift to support our talented and fierce youth members.

BroSis applies social justice framework to its youth development efforts

On Friday, December 16, 2022, NBA.com published an article on our work. “BroSis has steadily grown over the years into a comprehensive nonprofit social justice organization that works at the intersection of educating young people, organizing for justice and training its participants to advance BroSis’ mission.”

Major feature on BroSis in The New York Times

In Harlem, a playful new youth center is an instant landmark. Filled with light, the cozy headquarters of The Brotherhood Sister Sol is designed to tell children “they matter.”

STATISTICS

Harlem’s teenaged pregnancy rate is 15% – our members have a rate of less than 2%.
Harlem’s teenaged pregnancy rate is 15% – our members have a rate of less than 2%.