About

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

Summer Programming 2021

A summer of educating, organizing, and training.

The Verdict

Co-Founder of The Brotherhood Sister Sol, issued a statement following Derek Chauvin’s conviction for the murder of George Floyd:

Impact

Elevating and activating agents of change.

Events

Participate. Elevate. Activate.

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.

Upcoming Event

#BroSisRising: A Community Celebration
April 8th, 2021
7:00 pm EST
Virtual

#BroSisRising: A Community Celebration, is our virtual fundraiser to celebrate our work over the past year, the rise of our new home, and our milestone anniversary.

Capital Campaign

The Brotherhood Sister Sol (BroSis) is proud to announce that on October 12th, 2018 we broke ground on our new home. This 20,000 square foot capital project provides critical support to one of the leading citywide youth development organizations in New York City. This development allows for the creation of the necessary physical site for an organization that is being modeled across the country.

Legacy: 25 Years of Social Justice Work

 A new short film on our organizing and activism.

Our Response to the Coronavirus Crisis

Get updates on how BroSis is responding to COVID-19, including our substantial emergency response and our return to in-person programming in July.

The Latest

Community garden teaches city teens more than just how to grow vegetables

In the concrete jungle of New York City, the environment is dominated by skyscrapers, but look harder, and among them are small community gardens, such as the Frank White Memorial Garden. Part of The Brotherhood Sister Sol organization, known as BroSis, the garden teaches young adults about helping the environment and their community.

The Brotherhood Sister Sol featured on ABC 7 NY’s “Here and Now” with Sandra Bookman

Feeding families in need, The Brotherhood Sister Sol is on track to serve a million meals by the end of the year.

The Brotherhood Sister Sol featured on Fox 5 New York’s “Hero of the Day”

The Fox 5 segment highlights our milestone of distributing 700,000+ meals amid a pandemic and our direct impact on the NYC community.

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%.