PROSPECT HEIGHTS, BROOKLYN – A Brooklyn-based artist has collaborated with a Harlem youth development and social justice organization in a project that helps to increase public awareness to the disproportionate number of coronavirus cases that occur among communities of color.
Black Lives Matter Visual Arts Gallery – Teen Summer Art Program 2020
Our Community – An exhibit by our 2020 Summer Day Camp
Join Bro/Sis organizers and activists for a discussion with BronxNet’s host Daren Jaime about the Liberation Program and the 20/20 campaign, pass the Marijuana Regulation and Tax Action Act (M.R.T.A.), and much more.
No person is illegal on stolen land. All people must remember that the land we live on is wrongfully borrowed and stolen from Indigenous Native Americans. The United States has always carried the image that it is the “land of the free” and the “land of opportunity.” Maybe the people of this country should start actually living by those accepting mottos rather than discriminating against those who are different and seek a better life.
Brotherhood/Sister Sol and Carrie Mae Weems collaborate to showcase COVID-19’s impact on communities of color
For 25 years, we have applied a social justice framework to our youth development efforts, standing shoulder to shoulder with young people in pursuit of justice, equity, and access for all. This video tells that story.
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 our youth-run farmers’ market which provides 30,000 pounds of locally grown fresh produce to the community.
Carrie Mae Weems partners with Bro/Sis and our alumni The Peace Poets to create a public health campaign – a PSA and billboards – focused on COVID.