Youth Development and Social Justice Organization Celebrates Impactful Programming Alongside Harlem Fashion Icon
The Brotherhood Sister Sol (BroSis), a renowned youth development and social justice organization based in Harlem, held its highly anticipated 18th annual Voices gala at the Ziegfeld Ballroom on Thursday, May 11.
The star-studded event recognized legendary fashion designer and Harlem native Dapper Dan for his influential contributions to fashion, music, and culture, coinciding with the 50th anniversary of hip-hop.
Over 500 friends and supporters gathered for an unforgettable night, successfully raising over $1.5 million for the nonprofit. The guest list featured a diverse array of local politicians, celebrities, and notable figures, including Dapper Dan, Ellie Kemper, Ouigi Theodore, Detavio Samuels, Rahsan-Rahsan Lindsay, Alvin Bragg, Damon Hewitt, Terence Winter, Indira Scott, and more.
Hosted by Co-Founders Khary Lazarre-White and Jason Warwin, the Voices gala serves as BroSis’ signature annual benefit that shines a spotlight on its youth members and life-changing programs. The evening showcased the personal journeys of these remarkable young individuals through captivating spoken-word performances, providing attendees with an opportunity to celebrate BroSis’ mission of empowering youth and fostering the development of future community leaders.