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Banner created by Mazai Almeida-Warwin, a member of Bro/Sis, for
 the People's Climate March

Bro/Sis was a partner organization this week in the largest climate march in history - The People's Climate March.  Bro/Sis members and staff sang, marched and rallied all day long.  In addition, the day before we hosted a collaborative art effort called "Harlem Rooted" along with WE ACT and The Laundromat Project.  At this art creating event twelve-year-old Mazai Almeida-Warwin, son of Bro/Sis Co-Founder Jason Warwin, created a large poster that became the iconic image of the march and was printed in many publications around the world and even became the home image of The People's Climate March site.  Click Here to see coverage of this event.



Khary Lazarre-White
Executive Director & Co-Founder 
The Brotherhood/Sister Sol

Click Here to read Executive Director Khary Lazarre-White's latest Huffington Post blog, "A Well Formed Soul."  This essay focuses on the importance of helping children to form a "moral center," and that "one's freedom is found in both intellectual and emotional introspection - the ability to find one's own meaning and vision of the world."  



This Thursday, Khary will give The Maxine Greene Lecture at Urban Word's Preemptive Education Conference at Teacher's College, Columbia University. The theme of the conference is critical literacy and connected learning.  The conference is in honor of Maxine Greene, an educational philosopher, author, social activist, and teacher.   




This Thursday, Lazarre-White will speak, and Associate Executive Director Cidra M. Sebastien will facilitate a workshop at the Growing Up Locked Down Conference which is sponosred by the Justice League of New York and The Gathering for Justice.  The conference will be convened by Harry Belafonte and held at The New School.  Other speakers include Harry Belafonte, Cornel West, Bryan Stevenson, Linda Sarsour, Soffiyah Elijah, Gladys Carrion and others.  The three-day conference is focused on the total reofrm of the juvenile justice system.





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