PIX11 FEATURE: COLLEGE ACCESS

Our Executive Director, Khary Lazarre-White, appeared on PIX11 News to discuss improving college readiness for underserved students. With only 57% of 2022 graduates deemed college-ready, our mission is urgent.

VOICES GALA

Thank you to everyone who joined us for Voices on May 9th at NYC’s Ziegfeld Ballroom. It was a record-breaking night that celebrated our young people and honored Ai-jen Poo and Billy Porter. The event was hosted by Hasan Minhaj.

GAP X DAP

Explore our latest collaboration with Gap and Dapper Dan, featuring our co-founders Khary Lazarre-White and Jason Warwin – a campaign that celebrates our partnership and the vibrancy of Harlem. 

ABOUT

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

MAPPING HARLEM

Carrie Mae Weems x The Brotherhood Sister Sol

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.”

IMPACT

Elevating and activating agents of change.

BREAKING THE STIGMA

Check out our recent CBS New York feature on the youth of BroSis, who are organizing to increase mental health support and access for all young people. 

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.

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

 A short film on our organizing and activism.

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.

THE LATEST

PIX11 News Feature: Improving College Readiness

Our ED, Khary Lazarre-White, appeared on PIX11 News to discuss improving college readiness for underserved students. Our College Access panel, with NYC leaders, explored solutions.

NY1 spotlights BroSis Earth Day celebrations

Celebrating Earth Day with BroSis! Watch our feature on NY1 to see how we’re nurturing wellness and sustainability among our youth.

ABC News 7 joins us at our annual Wellness Extravaganza

ABC joined our Earth Day Wellness Extravaganza at BroSis! Activities like yoga, planting, and massages nurtured our youth’s well-being. Discover how we’re enhancing community health!

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%.