Racial Justice


Roberto, born in Port-au-Prince, Haiti has always had an interest for social change. As a young child, he could be seen helping people that were less fortunate, often sneaking in a few quarters into a homeless man’s hand when his parents were not looking. His interest in human rights took a pivotal turn in first grade after watching a speech by Martin Luther King Jr. From then on he went to research notable leaders such as Malcolm X, Nelson Mandela, and Gandhi. Instantaneously his longing for a sense of leadership and social change took off. Today, Roberto is well known for his leadership as Student Council VP, NAACP Education Chair and has continued to serve the underserved by volunteering at Habitat for Humanity, and food pantries.