Janice Llamoca is a multimedia freelance journalist and currently an associate producer for NPR's Latino USA. She's a Peruvian-American Los Angeles native covering topics from culture to issues that affect the Latino community. With her experience in digital multimedia journalism, Janice has been in-front of the camera, written for various publications and produced stories for radio. In 2015, Janice received a master's degree in Journalism (in Spanish) from the Universitat de Barcelona.
In her words, she’s a “child of extremes." (Remezcla)
"This is the legacy of conflict upon which Dodger Stadium was was built." (NPR's Code Switch)
“If there were three Selenas, you guys would conquer the U.S. and you guys would conquer the Latin world.” (Remezcla)
Vicente Montalvo grew up in Echo Park, minutes away from Dodger Stadium in Los Angeles. Little did he know, his family had history that was buried underneath the stadium. (Latino USA)
The Peruvian team hasn’t qualified for a World Cup since 1982, but fans always remain hopeful, thanks to the faith that was immortalized in “Perú Campeón.” (Latino USA)
One day in a Bell Gardens elementary class in Los Angeles County, a group of students learned a piece of history that wasn’t in their textbooks, motivating them try to change the law in California. (Latino USA)