Press

City Limits: Growing Grown-Ups In Harlem

June 28, 2011

Welcome to Annual Planting No. 4 at the garden of Brotherhood/SisterSol, a West Harlem nonprofit that guides kids through the gauntlet of urban adolescence.

The Chronicle of Higher Education

April 5, 2010

Last weekend, 15 young men came here to walk the bright green lawns, to sit in the plush lecture-hall chairs, and to peek inside the academic buildings made of gray stone, red brick, and green glass. They came to ask questions and take note

The Long Drive From Harlem

June 28, 2011

Last weekend, 15 young men came here to walk the bright green lawns, to sit in the plush lecture-hall chairs, and to peek inside the academic buildings made of gray stone, red brick, and green glass. They came to ask questions and take note

Herizons: Is Feminism Men’s Work, Too?

Herizons interviews Khary Lazarre-White about The Brotherhood/Sister Sol’s commitment to deconstructing sexism and misogyny, promoting sexual education and responsibility and reducing gender bias as part of its youth development model.

Vineyard Gazette 1

Harvard Law Professor Lani Guinier addresses guests at The Brotherhood/Sister Sol’s benefit, saying that BHSS is “investing in our collective future.”

Vineyard Gazette 2

Co-Founder and Executive Director Khary Lazarre-White talks about BHSS’s youth development model, which fosters social change by raising expectations and providing support to young people.

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The Brotherhood/Sister Sol has achieved a wide array of media attention for its work.

  • ABC-TV
  • The Amsterdam News
  • Black Enterprise/Our World
  • CBS
  • CNN
  • The Daily News
  • Epoch Times
  • Essence
  • Fox News
  • Fox News Latino
  • Harlem World
  • The Huffington Post
  • Joe Madison Show
  • MSNBC
  • NBC News
  • NewsNation
  • New York Times
  • NewsWeek
  • NV Magazine
  • Rolling Out Magazine
  • The Grio
  • TV One

We can’t lose one child, not one. And looking at the success of what you’ve done with this organization is amazing. I thank The Brotherhood/Sister Sol for having commitments to both the hood and the soul.

Professor Charles Ogletree, Harvard Law School

I am profoundly humbled by the vision and the courage and determination of The Brotherhood/Sister Sol. For 16 years, they have kept the focus where it belongs: on the precious and priceless young people.

Dr. Cornel West, Princeton University