Harlem Frank White Garden Community Education, Change for Young People

The Harlem Community Garden is helping young adults become part of climate change.

In New York City’s Concrete Forest, the area is dominated by skyscrapers, but it looks strong, and among them are small community gardens, such as the Frank White Memorial Garden. Branch-Sis, a brotherhood organization, teaches young adults how to grow vegetables and go to the garden, but most importantly, it helps the community and their community.

Bro-Sis is an organization dedicated to helping young people academically, socially and politically on the road to adulthood.

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As a gardener for the city’s Frank White Memorial, Bro-Sis offers six programs, including an environmental program that educates Harlem teens about environmental recreation and sustainability.

Sister Soul Environmental Program Coordinator Gabriel Maldonado will work at the organization's Frank White Memorial Garden Greenhouse in West Harlem on August 13, 2021.

Among them is 16-year-old Satna Chauhari, who has been with Bro-Sis for four years. He joined the organization on community projects and learned the basics of urban gardening while working on the Frank White Memorial Garden.

Satna said: “I came here because of the feeling of community, of feeling connected. “This is a learning experience. You will learn how to do all these different things. For example, my coordinator in the greenhouse and (helping me) and teaching me how to rebuild the house.

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