Frank Rojas has been with the Los Angeles Times since 2019. The L.A. native graduated from Cal State Dominguez Hills and is currently attending a graduate program at the USC Annenberg School for Communication and Journalism. Rojas writes about the intersectionality of identities and enjoys decoding Frank Ocean lyrics. He’s an Aquarius.
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Freedom Schools is a literacy and cultural enrichment program for youth in grades K-12 in communities where quality academic enrichment is limited.
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