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...
City Must Help Community-Based Nonprofits Avoid Displacement

City Must Help Community-Based Nonprofits Avoid Displacement

Since the beginning of the COVID-19 crisis, the Brotherhood/Sister Sol, a youth development organization in Harlem, has provided emergency financial support, technology and nearly 100,000 meals to their community of Black and Latinx youth and their families.Like most...
PSA from Carrie Mae Weems & The Peace Poets

PSA from Carrie Mae Weems & The Peace Poets

Carrie Mae Weems and Bill T. Jones are the inaugural 2020/2021 Artists in Residence at The Brotherhood/Sister Sol.   As part of her residency, Carrie Mae Weems met with our youth members and our alumni over several weeks to discuss their experiences with COVID and the...
Summer at Bro/Sis

Summer at Bro/Sis

This is such a significant moment for The Brotherhood/Sister Sol. After shifting to entirely virtual programming since March, we are resuming some of our in-person programming adhering strictly to all New York City and New York State reopening guidelines. While during...
Art & Activism: A Response To What We Are Facing In America

Art & Activism: A Response To What We Are Facing In America

The conversation was moderated by The Root’s Editor in Chief, Danielle Belton, and featured Bro/Sis alumna, Elizabeth Acevedo, NYT bestseller, Carnegie award winner and National book award winner, and our Executive Director and Novelist, Khary Lazarre-White Watch on...
COVID-19: What it Reveals About America

COVID-19: What it Reveals About America

On May 28th we held a Facebook Live discussion on COVID-19’s disparate impact on low-income communities and communities of color, the public response, and a path forward. Watch...
Khary Lazarre-White In Conversation with  Stephen Hurley

Khary Lazarre-White In Conversation with Stephen Hurley

Khary Lazarre-White is the co-founder of The Brotherhood/Sister Sol, an organization that provides four-six year rites of passage programming, thorough five day a week after school care, school and home counseling, summer camps, job training and employment, college...
Movement Time in America

Movement Time in America

Movement Time in Americaby Khary Lazarre-White, co-Founder & Executive DirectorRead Article Online The Covid 19 global pandemic that has infiltrated every aspect of our daily lives, has also brought further into the light, for all to see, the gross inequalities of...
Creating Changemakers

Creating Changemakers

Check out this wonderful feature-length article on Bro/Sis by The Chronicle of Philanthropy, the nonprofit sector’s leading publication. The Chronicle spent several months working on the article, interviewing members, funders, and staff, and we are very proud of...
How One Social-Justice Organization Diversified Its Revenue

How One Social-Justice Organization Diversified Its Revenue

NEW YORK — As he leads a visitor on a tour of the busy Harlem intersection where the organization he co-founded has made a home for the past 25 years, Khary Lazarre-White explains with pride how Brotherhood/Sister Sol transformed a cluster of mostly vacant and rundown...
The House That Cidra Sebastien Helped Build

The House That Cidra Sebastien Helped Build

Launched by childhood friends Khary Lazarre-White ’95 and Jason Warwin ’95 the year they graduated, Harlem’s The Brotherhood/Sister Sol takes its cue from the Student Nonviolent Coordinating Committee. The organization provides 12,000 meals a year, after-school...