ABOUT VOICES OF MILLENNIAL WOMEN
Voices of Millennial Women is an engaging documentary surrounding BIPOC women in the millennial generation. Sixteen women share their compelling stories and perspectives from their different backgrounds. From first generation struggles to broken American homes, these women found the silver lining to change the narrative of where they started to where they are going. . Highlighting their pain, trials, upbringings, triumphs, the impacts of today’s society and more, bringing about inspiration, compassion and desire for change. After watching VMW, it’s safe to say millennial women are forging new paths of voices that speak to our generation and beyond.
ANaturally, I am a storyteller. I began to write plays, songs, poems, letters and choreograph dances and acting scenes at 8yrs. old. I studied theater in high school and at Ohio University.
My name is Bree "Brownie” Lee and I have intentionally built within the female black, indigenous, people of color (BIPOC) community for over the last two years. Before my venture into women empowerment, I worked in corporate TV-Network, after that I branded live music shows in Hollywood, CA for years.
Publicly, I’m best known for my on stage poetry performances and creative insight for live events. Along my journey in the male-dominated, Hollywood nightlife, I met incredible women from many walks of life and became inspired to build a community for women to thrive and support one another. Voices of Millennial Women became a passion project to begin a digital documentation of stories of everyday women in the BIPOC community.