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.
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.
Brotherhood/Sister Sol and Carrie Mae Weems collaborate to showcase COVID-19’s impact on communities of color
A black-led nonprofit in Harlem is keeping kids in school and out of trouble by giving them the tools they need to transcend racism, poverty, and now the coronavirus.
Oprah celebrates BroSis Co-Founders Khary Lazarre-White and Jason Warwin and their new twist on mentoring.
Harlem non-profit hands out holiday meals.
The Brotherhood Sister Sol says they are on track to officially have distributed more than one million meals.
BroSis named as the NBA Foundation’s Grant Recipient for Social Justice Efforts. Harlem-based youth nonprofit is recognized as one of 38 organizations spearheading economic empowerment.
The Brotherhood Sister Sol has taken matters into its own hands.
For decades, The Brotherhood Sister Sol has been empowering young people to be agents of change in their communities and their personal lives. Sheinelle Jones shares how BroSis is continuing our mission today.
Feeding families in need, The Brotherhood Sister Sol is on track to serve a million meals by the end of the year.
The Fox 5 segment highlights our milestone of distributing 700,000+ meals amid a pandemic and our direct impact on the NYC community.
“The issues we face are many. We need more people committed to an equitable and just world involved. We need more of you.” Our Executive Director & Co-founder Khary Lazarre-White was featured in Black Enterprise.
The NY1 segment highlights the BroSis Green Youth Market and our incredible youth leaders.
“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...
How One Organization Is Transforming Lives and Creating Young Global Citizens in Harlem.
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...
“We have hope for change as young people. We can push for these changes, and we can be heard. We’re being taken into consideration.” BroSis youth leader Kirtia Spence and Jason Warwin, Co-founder and Associate Executive Director, spoke to Cheryl Wills about why the...