The Brotherhood Sister Sol has achieved a wide array of media attention for its work and been covered by outlets such as ABC, The Amsterdam News, CBS, The Chronicle of Philanthropy, CNN, The New York Daily News, Essence, Global Citizen, Huffington Post, MSNBC, NY1, The New York Times, Newsweek, Playbill, Revolt, The Grio, TV One, and USA Today.
Oprah Winfrey Show
Oprah celebrates BroSis Co-Founders Khary Lazarre-White and Jason Warwin and their new twist on mentoring.
Khary Lazarre-White discusses the fatal shooting of Daunte Wright on Cheddar
Khary Lazarre-White, Co-founder and Executive Director of BroSis appeared on Cheddar to discuss the killing of Daunte Wright, the impact police violence has on Black and Brown communities, and the importance of holding law enforcement accountable for these killings.
Vox’s #GladYouAsked episode ‘Is Meritocracy a Myth?’ featuring The Brotherhood Sister Sol
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.
The Brotherhood/Sister Sol Advocates For Social Justice, Mental Healthcare, And Education In NYC
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.
The Brotherhood/Sister Sol feeds hungry families for the New Year in Harlem
For the last quarter century, The Brotherhood-Sister Sol has been working in Harlem to support youth through art and after school programs. But their role has expanded greatly during the COVID-19 pandemic, which has hit Black and Brown communities the hardest.
Harlem Nonprofit Launches Food Drive Ahead Of Holidays
A Harlem nonprofit that has given out thousands of free meals during the pandemic is stepping up its efforts for the holiday season.
The Brotherhood/Sister Sol’s Artistic Collaboration with The Peace Poets & visual artist Carrie Mae Weems on view at The Brooklyn Museum
Carrie Mae Weems: RESIST COVID TAKE 6! featuring Bro/Sis and The Peace Poets on view September 16 – November 8, 2020 at The Brooklyn Museum Plaza.
LEGO details new partnerships that support racial equality
LEGO has introduced a slate of new partners as it moves towards a commitment it made in June this year ‘to stand together with the Black community’ against racism and inequality. Over the summer, the Danish toy maker also stated it would donate to organisations dedicated to supporting Black children and educating all children about racial inequality.
Artwork at Brooklyn Museum brings awareness to coronavirus impact on minority communities
News 12 Brooklyn highlights Bro/Sis, The Peace Poets, & contemporary American artist Carrie Mae Weems artistic partnership.
The LEGO Group Announces New Partnerships That Support Racial Equality
In June 2020, the LEGO Group committed to stand together with the Black community against racism and inequality. Bro/Sis is one of its newest partners.
Brooklyn Artist, Social Justice Group Raise Coronavirus Awareness
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.
BronxNet features The Brotherhood/Sister Sol in Bronx Social Justice & Anti Violence Forum
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.
The Fears of Voting While Being an Immigrant American Citizen
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.