Khary Lazarre-White provides a shining example of what a community nonprofit youth organization can become. Celebrating its 15th year, Bro/Sis currently serves as a beacon for youth in Harlem ranging in ages from 6 to 22.
Today’s beauty Part I - my @NationalHonorSo #seniors and I volunteered in the community garden of @BroSis512, moving composted soil and digging out a trench. So wonderful to be outside of the school building, in the community, beautifying #Harlem.
#Throwback to 2012 when we honored Ana Oliveira at our 8th annual #VoicesGala. Ana is the President & CEO of @NYWomensFdn , the largest women's fund in the country, & a long-time supporter of #BroSis & our work to create safe spaces for young women of color, and to provide