Janice Rhoshalle Littlejohn
Janice Rhoshalle Littlejohn is the 2022 L.A. Press Club SoCal Journalism Awards (Race & Society) finalist for her LMU Magazine article “Crowning Achievement,” highlighting the issues Black people face in the workplace for wearing naturally textured hairstyles. The previous year, Janice was selected as a Zora Neale Hurston/Richard Wright Foundation 2021 Summer Writers Nonfiction Fellow. A former columnist for the Associated Press, Janice has been published in more than 60 consumer and trade publications including the Los Angeles Times, Ms. Magazine, Shondaland, Essence, EMMY, USA Today, and the Los Angeles Review of Books, where she was a senior editor and director of special projects. In addition to her work in journalism, Janice is an author, editor, screenwriter, and social justice advocate. She is an alumna of Loyola Marymount University and the University of Southern California where she received an MA. She’s currently the associate director of the Los Angeles Institute for the Humanities at USC where she is also an adjunct instructor at the Annenberg School’s Specialized Journalism graduate program.
Young, Restless, Gifted, and Black: Exploring the Radiant and Radical Life of Lorraine Hansberry with Imani Perry
Janice Rhoshalle Littlejohn talks to Imani Perry about her new biography of Lorraine Hansberry....
BIOGRAPHY & AUTOBIOGRAPHY
“I Didn’t Live a Manageable Life”: A Conversation with Imani Tolliver
MEMOIR & ESSAY
Wade in the Water: An Interview with Monica A. Coleman
MEMOIR & ESSAY
The Personal is Political: A Conversation on Race, Love, and “Loving”
Beyond Blackness and Whiteness: Activists of Mixed Race Speak Out