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.
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Celebrating our 25th year with our largest graduating class.
The Brotherhood/Sister Sol’s Executive Director, Khary Lazarre-White, speaks with Spectrum NY1 News #OneNewYork about the importance of our organizing efforts around the divestment of the NYPD.
The conversation was moderated by The Root’s Editor in Chief, Danielle Belton, and will feature Bro/Sis alumnae, Elizabeth Acevedo, among the most prominent Afro-Latinas – NYT bestseller, Carnegie award winner and National book award winner, and our Executive Director and Novelist, Khary Lazarre-White.
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.
Host Stephen Hurley scans the education ecosystem, looking for the people and ideas that are starting to change the way we think about teaching, learning, schools and communities
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 our nation.
Bill T. Jones, Carrie Mae Weems and More to Take Part in Virtual Conversation on Race, Arts, and Social Justice.
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.
WABC Eyewitness News features Bro/Sis and our response to support our youth and community during the Covid pandemic
For From its founding 25 years ago, Harlem-based non-profit Brotherhood/Sister Sol (“Bro/Sis”) has provided young people with educational programming, support services, and mentorship from a brownstone on 143rd Street. It has outgrown its original headquarters, and a...
For 25 years, the Harlem-based Brotherhood/Sister Sol has been providing support in various ways to young people from ages 8 to 22. "In normal times, we provide 12,000 meals a year to our young people," founder Khary Lazarre-White said. "In normal times, we provide...
Food education organizations ramp up efforts to feed NYC students, even while facing their own hardships
With school cafeterias closed, New York City has opened 400 campuses serving about 250,000 grab-and-go meals a day to students or any other residents who need food. Read Article Here.