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Los Angeles

Janet Escobar

It’s better to fail while striving for something wonderful, challenging, adventurous, and uncertain than to say, ’I don’t want to try because I may not succeed completely.’



Started writing EST. Aug 2020

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Launched EST. Dec 2021

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Throughout my life, I’ve been aware of statistics like:


  • Only 54% of students graduate Lloyd High School

  • 32% of El Camino Community College students transfer to a 4-year university

  • 15% of Hispanics in California have a bachelor's degree


When I was younger, I sometimes looked at these statistics as if they were my destiny. I often thought to myself, “who do you think you are?” And at the time, I didn’t really have an answer. But now, I say, “I am the story that others can use to beat the odds of becoming a statistic.” I am a proud first-generation, Latina, and San Jose State undergraduate. 


I am on my journey towards becoming a published author in December 2021. My book is about the struggles of being a first-generation Latina and using that adversity to reach success. The book highlights WOC  who are inspired by the stories of their immigrant parents and how they’ve used it as their superpower.

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