Brotherhood Crusade CEO Charisse Bremond Weaver was named “2015 Woman of the Year” by the 59th Assembly District of the California State Assembly yesterday at the State Capitol. The event was preceded by a Legislative Women’s Caucus Brunch Reception, which drew high profile businesswomen and leaders from all over the state of California. Assemblymember Reggie Jones-Sawyer of the 59th Assembly District said, “Charisse Bremond Weaver was chosen to be honored for her community leadership, years of service and vision to enrich the lives of people in and outside the district. She embodies......
Brotherhood Crusade YouthSource Center has been selected as a PBS SoCal Community Champion. Watch to learn about the impact that the YouthSource System can make for young people....
Hosts Frank Discussion on Racial Profiling and Issues Challenging Young African American and Hispanic Men Today Los Angeles, CA, Wednesday, October 29, 2014 — A small group of 12 young African American and Hispanic men from the Brotherhood Crusade sat face to face with U.S. Attorney General Eric H. Holder Jr. last week to discuss racial profiling and other critical issues facing their generation. The forum was to offer a platform for the young men to share their experiences and offer insights into the direction they would like to see take place......
Transitioning from high school to college will become easier for some South Los Angeles students, thanks to a summer class being offered by the Brotherhood Crusade and West Los Angeles College. The College Bridge class, which begins July 11, is designed to equip students with the tools needed to succeed in college. Students will explore topics such as how to apply for financial aid, select classes, understand a syllabus, and seek tutoring and other kinds of assistance. “We’ve found this model to be a good way to help students make the transition......