Several officials were on hand last weekend to cut the ribbon to open The Brotherhood Sister Sol’s (BroSis) new headquarters and community center in Harlem.
The 20,000 square foot community center will serve as a hub for the community and the organization. The structure is the only new building in Harlem dedicated entirely for community and educational use; BroSis’ headquarters will expand its advancement efforts for Black and Latino young people and justice reform.
Manhattan District Attorney Alvin Bragg, Manhattan Borough President Mark Levine, State Sen. Robert Jackson, Assemblymember Al Taylor and Council Member Gale Brewer were among the elected officials who attended the ribbon-cutting ceremony.
Designed by Urban Architectural Initiatives and managed by Gilbane Building Company, this building will serve as a space to change policies that will help local youth.