Renee Garcia-Brown is of Irish and Latino heritage (granddaughter of Bridget Elizabeth Dallat-Brown and daughter of Dolores Garcia-Brown), born and raised in Los Angeles and made it through 4 years of the army without losing her life, her mind or her identity.
Twitter Poetry by Renee Garcia-Brown September 2, 2017 to September 9, 2017 Saturday, September 2, 2017 Oh what a night… and not in a good way. Saturday night &L.A. is burning TX floodwaters churning N.Korea ignites H-bomb fear Trump-Russia still here Saturday nite […]
August 16 to August 23, 2017 Twitter Poetry by Renee Garcia-Brown Wednesday, Aug. 16, 2017 After the Nazi rally and the murder of a peaceful counter-protester in Charlottesville, VA on Aug. 12, 2017, Trump blamed “both sides” for the violence while members of the […]
Five new poems by #TheResistance leader Renee Garcia Brown: Lesson, Bastille Day or Vichy Prey?, The Color of Blood, Beyond Tomorrow and Bloom.
The Scent of Descent by Renee Garcia-Brown. “They say you can smell fear. I guess I’ll find out soon. But I am not afraid…”
Home-Land: Poetry by Renee Garcia Brown. “There is a distant shore…”
I am HERE and I am not going away. I am standing up to you, Mr. President, and telling the TRUTH. Not the ‘alternate truth,’ the absolute, provable, historical scientific biological legal in-your-face like the laws of physics reality truth.