Angelique Roberson is a 20-year-old, First Generation Black and Latin(x) college student at Farmingdale State College (FSC). Here, Angelique is majoring in Business Management and Minoring in Legal Studies, with plans of attending Law School in the Fall. Angelique is a member of the prestigious academic Research Aligned Mentorship (RAM) program at FSC, which has prepared her for a life dedicated to truth and research. In her historic college career, Angelique has conducted two serious research projects, “The Effect of Immigrant Owned Businesses in the Market Economy” and “The Effectiveness of Mentorship on Girls on Long Island”. In addition to her academic ventures, Angelique has been an active member of the FSC and RAM community through various volunteer projects such as a week-long Alternative Spring Break Trip in which she partnered with Habitat for Humanity throughout the Pennsylvania poverty-stricken areas. Throughout her tenure at Farmingdale, Angelique has been awarded the high honors of Newman Civic Fellow 2020-2021, a nominated Phenomenal Womyn 2019, and a Fulbright Scholarship Finalist. Growing up in a low-income community and being raised by a single-immigrant mother, Angelique has faced many challenges, but none has slowed her in achieving her goals. This TED Talk centers on Angelique’s passion for social justice, her own personal experiences, and her Truth.