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.
On May 12th, The Brotherhood Sister Sol honored our visionary co-founders Khary Lazarre-White and Jason Warwin, and alumni member and New York Times bestselling author Elizabeth Acevedo.
We celebrated Elizabeth, the first BroSois alumni member to be honored at Voices, and Khary and Jason, for their unwavering commitment to educating young people and their leadership of BroSis during the Covid pandemic.
LEGACY: 25 YEARS OF SOCIAL JUSTICE WORK
OUR NEW HEADQUARTERS
Kevin Durant celebrates ribbon cutting of nonprofit The Brotherhood Sister Sol new Harlem headquarters
Check out this new feature from These Urban Times highlighting our basketball court grand opening with Kevin Durant.
Expanding our College, Career, and Wellness program has allowed us to provide critical and timely support to our young people, including offering individual and group clinical therapy and family support. This is a significant step in providing the wrap-around support, mentorship, guidance, and love our young people need to thrive.
Please stand with us, and our young people, by donating today.