Global Citizen profiles The Brotherhood Sister Sol

Global Citizen profiles The Brotherhood Sister Sol

How One Organization Is Transforming Lives and Creating Young Global Citizens in Harlem.  BroSis helps young people develop their full potential. The first year that high school students grow vegetables with the Brotherhood Sister Sol (BroSis), a nonprofit based in...
52 Straight Weeks of Food Distribution

52 Straight Weeks of Food Distribution

On March 17, 2020, as New York City shut down due to Covid-19, BroSis made the difficult decision to close our doors. Less than one week later, we returned to the office to conduct our first emergency food distribution. While a terrified city quarantined in place, our...
BroSis featured on Fox 5 NY’s Good Day Street Talk

BroSis featured on Fox 5 NY’s Good Day Street Talk

“BroSis has always been there for me, has always been there for other young people, and I definitely feel like it’s one of the best decisions I have ever made in my life.” BroSis youth leader & organizer, Tida Dukuray, and Co-founder and...
Earth Day + Youth-led Voter Registration Event

Earth Day + Youth-led Voter Registration Event

BroSis youth leaders kicked off Earth Day celebrations with a ‘Vote for the Earth’ voter registration drive in front of our headquarters at the Johnny Hartman Plaza. Members registered community members, BroSis youth, and staff and will be holding another...
The Verdict: The Movement Continues

The Verdict: The Movement Continues

Khary Lazarre-White, Executive Director and Co-Founder of The Brotherhood Sister Sol, issued this statement following former officer Derek Chauvin’s conviction for the murder of George Floyd:  “We at The Brotherhood Sister Sol are, of course, relieved that...
Black Lives Matter Visual Arts Gallery

Black Lives Matter Visual Arts Gallery

Our summer teen arts program centered on the Black Lives Matter movement, with members creating art in response to systemic racism and the injustices people of color face every day, and to address issues in their communities. Members examined protest art and studied...
Our Community – An exhibit by our 2020 Summer Day Camp

Our Community – An exhibit by our 2020 Summer Day Camp

Summer Day Camp members had an engaging experience focused on art and activism, and fused with photography, wellness, and the environment. Centered on exploring various diverse photographers and artists committed to social justice, members used inspiration from their...
The Fears of Voting While Being an Immigrant American Citizen

The Fears of Voting While Being an Immigrant American Citizen

An alumna of The Brotherhood/Sister Sol’s Environmental Program, Nicole Castillo, is a youth activist. She stands for ending the discrimination against Black and Brown people and raises awareness concerning immigrants’ unfair treatment in the United...
A Youth Vision for the Future of NYC

A Youth Vision for the Future of NYC

Join Bro/Sis youth organizers and activists, and the Liberation team for a town hall on a youth vision of the future of New York City, divesting from the police, the realities of COVID-19, and much more. A must watch!  We have over 70 trained youth organizers...
NY1 highlights the Bro/Sis Green Youth Market

NY1 highlights the Bro/Sis Green Youth Market

NY1 highlights our youth-run farmers’ market in its 6th year of operation, where our youth provide locally grown fresh fruits and vegetables to the community while developing leadership and workforce skills. Watch the feature...
Increasing College Access for 25 Years

Increasing College Access for 25 Years

Celebrating Our 25th Year With Our Largest Graduating Class Since 1995 Bro/Sis has provided comprehensive and holistic college support to our members,  resulting in more than 95% of our membership attending college. This year, our largest graduating class ever has...