About Us


For more than 25 years, The Brotherhood Sister Sol (BroSis) has been at the forefront of justice — racial, economic, educational, environmental, criminal and gender. Through unconditional love, around-the-clock support and wraparound programming, we make space for Black and Latinx young people to examine their roots, define their stories and awaken their agency.


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.

Founded and headquartered in Harlem, BroSis offers far-reaching opportunities for young people across the country to transform their lives and communities.

"I’ve stood on platforms around the world…many occasions that would be…auspicious, important. I have been anointed, I have been blessed and I have been admired, and I am now at my eighty-third year in life. I can honestly say with total recall, that no other event has ever meant this much to me as this evening, this very moment, in my public life."

Harry Belafonte

Artist & Humanitarian

Mission Statement

BroSis provides comprehensive, holistic and long-term support services to youth ages 8 to 22.

Theory of Change

The BroSis “Theory of Change” takes a social justice approach to youth development, building agency through multi-layered support, guidance, education and love.


BroSis staff members — many who are alumni of our programming — possess deep ties to our communities and years of experience working with Black and Latinx youth.

Board of Directors

Our Board of Directors was chosen as one the five finalists for the Volunteer Consulting Group’s inaugural Brooke V. Mahoney Award for Outstanding Board Leadership.

Awards & Recognition

BroSis has earned national recognition for our evidence-based model, including Oprah Winfrey’s Angel Network Use Your Life Award, the Ford Foundation’s Leadership for a Changing World Award, the Abyssinian …


In 1994, childhood friends Jason Warwin and Khary Lazarre-White founded BroSis to offer support to Black and Latinx youth in under-resourced communities.


BroSis is located at 143rd and Amsterdam in Harlem, in a series of interconnected spaces. These include four converted storefronts on Hamilton Place, a 6,000 square-foot sitting plaza, the Frank White Green Thumb…


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