Summer Programming Has Begun!
At BroSis, we offer a wide variety of summer enrichment programs serving our young people. Our philosophy is fun, learning, and developing life-long bonds while dramatically reducing the access and summer opportunity gaps.
“Our young people are extremely resilient, resourceful, and hardworking. Many of them have limited resources… but that doesn’t stop them from reaching the stars. That’s why we were created, to challenge inequities.” – Silvia Canales, Director of College, Career, and...
HARLEM, NY — A popular youth-run farmer’s market reopened Wednesday in Hamilton Heights, promising to dish out thousands of pounds of fresh produce over the next six months. Now in its seventh year, the BroSis Green Youth Market kicked off Wednesday in Johnny Hartman...
Gisela Rosa, Ithaca College Sociology Class of 2022, published her research on paid sick leave on the Work and Family Researchers Network. Gisela located the most recent scholarship and policy information on paid sick leave, identifying 7 major questions and 30...
Through a global pandemic, despite rain and snow and extreme heat and cold, our staff has shown up for our community every single week, distributing over 600,000 meals.
On this 52nd consecutive food distribution, we want to elevate our staff who without pause have held our young people and our community close, our volunteers who have joined us in this work and given so much of themselves, and you – our friends, partners, and supporters.
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 voter drive...
Statement from The Brotherhood Sister Sol on Derek Chauvin Trial Conviction.
“We at The Brotherhood Sister Sol are, of course, relieved that former police officer Derek Chauvin was convicted for his murder of George Floyd. This killing of George Floyd, perpetrated for over more than nine slow agonizing minutes, this destruction of a human body, has resulted in a guilty verdict – for the murder that it was…”
25 Years of BroSis – Celebrating 25 Years of Youth Development, Mentorship, and Organizing for Social Justice.
In 1995, The Brotherhood Sister Sol was founded by two college graduates as a continuation of the work they started as seniors at Brown University, working with young men of color at a nearby community center.
Vox’s #GladYouAsked episode 𝘐𝘴 𝘔𝘦𝘳𝘪𝘵𝘰𝘤𝘳𝘢𝘤𝘺 𝘢 𝘔𝘺𝘵𝘩? featuring The Brotherhood Sister Sol and our Executive Director Khary Lazarre-White.
Glad You Asked host Fabiola Cineas explores how the myth of meritocracy perpetuates inequality and racism while keeping the American dream achievable only for a privileged few.
Black Enterprise spoke with the leading activist and change maker to learn more about his efforts over the last 25 years, and throughout the pandemic.