BroSis is Building Towards a Just and Equitable Future

BroSis is Building Towards a Just and Equitable Future

About the photograph: This vibrant digital photograph, edited by youth in our Media Arts program, showcases an imaginative painting by elementary-aged members inspired by the folk tale ‘The People Could Fly.’   Dear friend, The Brotherhood Sister Sol...
Aritzia Gift of Warmth Initiative

Aritzia Gift of Warmth Initiative

We are thrilled to share that, thanks to our partnership with Aritzia, 300 stylish and cozy winter coats were donated to our youth members in a heartwarming initiative, a generous gesture that has significantly brought comfort to those we serve. Thank you to Aritzia...
Members Participate In Climate Science Fair

Members Participate In Climate Science Fair

The Brotherhood Sister Sol joined Emerson Collective, and a coalition of NYC organizations united in shaping conversations and policies for a sustainable climate now and for the future and pleased to participate in Emerson Collective’s Climate Science Fair,...
Press Release: BroSis Welcomes Five New Board Members

Press Release: BroSis Welcomes Five New Board Members

These exceptional individuals bring diverse expertise and experiences that will greatly enhance the organization’s impact on the lives of Black and Brown youth. NEW YORK, Sept. 18, 2023 /PRNewswire/ — The Brotherhood Sister...
Harlem Youth Cultivate and Sell Fresh Produce

Harlem Youth Cultivate and Sell Fresh Produce

We’re thrilled to share our recent spotlight by Univision 41. Berenice Gartner visited us to interview our young members and our Environmental Program Coordinator, Nando Rodriguez. She highlighted the dedication of our youth, who actively participate in...
Seeds of Change: Combating Gun Violence & Growing Community Gardens

Seeds of Change: Combating Gun Violence & Growing Community Gardens

Ayana Harry from PIX11 News visited us to interview BroSis Associate Executive Director and Co-Founder Jason Warwin and to highlight our environmental programming and youth engagement work that is funded by Manhattan District Attorney Alvin Bragg. Ayana witnessed...
Green Youth Market

Green Youth Market

Our growing youth-run farmers’ market is managed by the young people in our Environmental Program. It runs every Wednesday until the end of November, providing over 5,000 pounds of fresh food to over 2,000 community residents in an area deemed a food desert due...
Jamari Johns Fundraiser for The Brotherhood Sister Sol

Jamari Johns Fundraiser for The Brotherhood Sister Sol

Please support the Jamari Malachi Johns Fundraiser for The Brotherhood Sister Sol Rites of Passage and College, Career, and Wellness programs. Jamari, a nineteen-year-old with innocent optimism, was brutally murdered in a senseless act of gun violence on August 13,...
Andy’s Bike Ride

Andy’s Bike Ride

AboutDonate My name is Andy Chonoles, and I am deeply passionate about ultra-distance cycling, especially when my riding can help raise funds for a worthwhile cause. On Saturday, May 20, 2023, I will be participating in the Davis Double Century and this year, I...
Three Wise Black Men Came To The Brotherhood Sister Sol In Harlem

Three Wise Black Men Came To The Brotherhood Sister Sol In Harlem

For more than 25 years, The Brotherhood Sister Sol (“BroSis”) has focused on doing the work that has been changing the lives of Black and Latinx youth since 1995. On Wednesday, March 29th, 2023, BroSis began their partnership with The Metropolitan Opera to host a...
‘Champion’ creators bring boxing-based opera to Harlem’s youth

‘Champion’ creators bring boxing-based opera to Harlem’s youth

Dozens of Harlem students at Brotherhood Sister Sol sat in awe Wednesday of some of the most accomplished musicians and athletes in the world. Ryan Speedo Green, the lead in the opera ‘Champion,’ brought his performance, set to debut at the Met, right to the heart of...
Everyone Has the Right to Food

Everyone Has the Right to Food

For a country that projects itself as the richest in the world, hunger remains hidden by design. By Beverly Gologorsky My long-dead father used to say, “Every human being deserves to taste a piece of cake.” Though at the time his words meant little to me, as I...