services to the youth of Harlem.
Through our comprehensive educational programs, we’re helping young people develop a critical understanding of their history, identity and role in society.
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.
Through our innovative training models, we’re empowering educators and organizers to spark young agents of change across the nation.
CONVERSATIONS: A SHORT FILM
“Conversations,” a compelling short film crafted specifically for our Voices Gala, encapsulates the three intersectional areas of our work – to educate, to train the field, and to organize for justice. This compelling narrative provides a profound, multifaceted insight into the profound impact and breadth of our mission.
LEGACY: 25 YEARS OF SOCIAL JUSTICE WORK
OUR NEW HEADQUARTERS
The Brotherhood Sister Sol (BroSis) is excited to have moved into our new building in June of 2022. We have created a beacon of enlightenment – a space for educating, organizing, and training the field to advance social justice. Our new building is an expanded state-of-the-art site for our children and the community and a model for the educational field.
NY1 highlights our impactful Culinary Program for Black History Month, featuring Executive Chef Rebecka Jerome. The program educates young people on healthy eating and culinary skills, deeply rooted in Black and Latinx traditions.
NY1’s Ayana Harry recently spotlighted our College, Career, and Wellness Program, focusing on how we’re guiding members through college admissions in a landscape changed by the end of affirmative action.