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What It Do with the LUE: Kareisha Phillips

Model Kareisha Phillips (Photo Credit: Jack Houser Esau Abraham Marquez)

Model Kareisha Phillips (Photo Credit: Jack Houser Esau Abraham Marquez)

By Lue Dowdy

This month’s beauty, Kareisha Phillips is WHAT It Do! Kareisha Phillips was born in Pomona, California and currently resides in Rancho Cucamonga. She enjoys modeling, volunteering with children and reading. She works as a Nurse Assistant. Her measurements are: Bust 36B, waist 34 and hips 38. You can follow Kareisha on Instagram at Kareisha_p.

Calling all models all shapes, sizes and ethnicities! Want to be featured in the Westside Story Newspaper in my column ‘WHAT IT DO WITH LUE’ as the model of the month? Well here’s your chance. Lue Productions will be selecting one beauty once a month. For consideration please send full body shoot, contact number to LUE PRODUCTIONS on Facebook. If selected, you’ll be notified immediately along with a few questions. GOOD LUCK! Looking for my Beauty of the month for the following months of March, April, May, June and July.

Donna Brazile Delivers Keynote at California Legislative Black Caucus MLK Day Celebration

SACRAMENTO, CA- The California Legislative Black Caucus (CLBC) celebrated its annual Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Day breakfast “Black Voices: Reclaiming Our Influence” in Sacramento. The commemorative event featured veteran Democratic Political Strategist Donna Brazile as the Keynote Speaker, with additional remarks from CLBC Chair Chris Holden, Senate pro Tempore Kevin de Leon, and members of the CLBC.

“We must always remember the rich history that surrounds MLK Day and reflect on how much work still remains to fulfill Dr. King’s dream,” said Assemblymember Chris Holden. “In a National environment where divisive rallies and demonstrations are on the rise, it’s critical for African Americans to unite and stand against hatred bigotry.”

Donna Brazile, former Chair of the Democratic National Committee delivered a dynamic keynote addressing the importance of unity, activism, and voter engagement within the current political climate. During the program, California Legislative Black Caucus Members recognized civil rights pioneers in their districts as 2018’s “Unsung Heroes.” The honorees included journalists, academics, social workers, activists and community leaders.

“This year’s ‘Unsung Heroes’ are pillars in the Black community” said Assemblymember Chris Holden, Chair of the California Legislative Black Caucus. “They continue the work of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. through their voices and actions.”

 

“For Those of You Who Think [I’ve] Gotten to Radical with My Message…?”

Lou Coleman-Yeboah

Lou Coleman-Yeboah

By Lou Coleman-Yeboah

“Well I got news for you, you ain’t seen nothing yet. Glory, Glory! “[Lyrics Kirk Franklin-Stomp]. I tell you, Jesus loves you so much that He sent a messenger to warn you, that you are heading down the wrong path. But naw, you find Sin so pleasurable that you want to be mad at the messenger. Well Boo, Boo, the message is and always will be a straightforward command to repent. A call for a radical, 180 degree turning from Sin. That is repentance. Instead of getting mad you ought to be like the people who heard Peter in [Acts 2] and ask what response was expected of them. Plainly, Peter told them…Repent, and let every one of you be baptized in the name of Jesus Christ for the remission of sin… [Acts 2:38]. So what’s your problem? No one is excluded from Jesus demand to repent. [Luke 13:3].

Listen, you can ignore the call of repentance if you want to, but God will not be mocked. The wages of Sin is death. Cleanse your hands, you sinner, and purify your heart, you double-minded. And know that if you continually refuse the salvation call of Christ, one day you will die and end up in Hell.  “Submit therefore to God. Draw near to God and He will draw near to you. Otherwise, be miserable and mourn and wept; let your laughter be turned into mourning and your joy to gloom. The danger of knowing, but not obeying. Tragic!