Sarah Rafael García

Join us this Wednesday from 6-7pm for another edition of Writing on the Air. This week, our guest is Sarah Rafael García, founder and director of Barrio Writers.

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Sarah is a writer, teacher, and community activist.

Here is the first paragraph of her essay “Mi Vida”

“Both sets of my grandparents relocated their family to Brownsville, Texas from Matamoros, Tamaulipas, Mexico in the late 1960’s. My parents received high-school level educations and moved to Southern California in the late 1970’s. The majority of my childhood took place in Santa Ana, California while spending summers in Texas with my grandparents. My father died at the age of 36, leaving behind three daughters between the ages of ten and thirteen and a wife with limited work experience. Immediately after his death my mother moved us to Rancho Santa Margarita, California.”

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You can also learn more about her organization Barrio Writers, and what they do by visiting their website & checking out their IndieGogo campaign.