Al’Joy Rojas

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Al’Joy Rojas is currently an undergraduate student at UC Berkeley, pursuing a double major in Performance Studies and Anthropology, with an interest in Archaeology. Al’Joy has also chosen to pursue a minor in Journalism, driven by his love for effective storytelling. He is a member of the Recording Academy as a Grammy U member and mentee. Al’Joy started his journey with CDF Freedom Schools in 2012 as a Servant Leader Intern and has also taken roles as a Site Coordinator. He has actively served as a choir director, praise and worship leader, and youth leader, utilizing his musical talents to inspire and uplift others. Al’Joy’s commitment to social justice and activism is evident through his roles as an activist, culturalist, revivalist, youth/child advocate, and Ella Baker Trainer. He draws inspiration from influential figures such as Ella Josephine Baker, Huey P. Newton and the Black Panther Party, carrying their legacy forward by fighting for freedom and power.