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 used 2B A fun nite 4 me Sunday,…
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 Republican Party denounced his words but continued to stand behind…
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.