Kevin Durant Inaugurates The Brotherhood Sister Sol’s New Harlem Headquarters, Marking a Milestone in Nonprofit’s Journey

Kevin Durant visits BroSis | The Brotherhood Sister Sol

Recently, renowned youth development organization The Brotherhood Sister Sol (BroSis) and the 12X All Star, 2X NBA Champion and 2X NBA Finals MVP Kevin Durant officially unveiled the nonprofit’s new rooftop basketball court.

Endowed by the Kevin Durant Charity Foundation as part of their “Build it and They Will Ball” initiative, the court was designed by youth members of BroSis and architects from Urban Architectural Initiatives to positively impact the community.

BroSis’ Executive Director Khary Lazarre-White joined Co-founder of Thirty-Five Ventures Rich Kleiman, Director of the Kevin Durant Charity Foundation Jose Mena, and the NBA Champion for a tour of the new 20,000 square foot facility. Durant spent time this morning shooting some hoops with the organization’s youth members and staff during the ribbon cutting event.
 

Officially opened in April 2022, BroSis’ headquarters is the only new building in Harlem dedicated entirely for community and education. The youth organization plans to expand their advancement efforts for Black and Latinx young people and justice reform to create lasting change.

Shoutout to KD for giving back to the community!

ALL IMAGES USED IN THIS STORY ARE VIA Jemaray Pyatt.