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San Bernardino Culture Foundation Crowns 2017 Senior King & King at Annual Recognition Reception

Publisher and Co-Publisher of the Westside Story Newspaper, Wallace IV and Josephine Allen

Publisher and Co-Publisher of the Westside Story Newspaper, Wallace IV and Josephine Allen

SAN BERNARDINO, CA- On Friday, February 3, the San Bernardino Culture Foundation will be crowning the 2017 Senior King and Queen whom is the Publisher of the Westside Story Newspaper, Wallace Allen IV, and Co-Publisher Josephine Allen. The month of February also marks the paper’s 30th anniversary.

The crowning will take place from 5 p.m. to 7 p.m. at the San Bernardino City Unified School District Community Room located at 777 North F Street in San Bernardino. There will also be special outgoing remarks from the 2016 Senior King and Queen, George and Helen Rawls, followed by an invitation from the Black Chamber of Commerce.

To RSVP, please contact Margaret Hill at margarethill3361@gmail.com. This event is co-sponsored by Dr. Dale Marsden, Superintendent of the San Bernardino City Unified School District.

What It Do With the LUE: New Pilot Show Alert

By Lue Dowdy

New Pilot Show Alert coming to the I.E. is WHAT IT DO! Be on the lookout for my new Entertainment/talk show “E.A.A.G.”!

LUE Productions is an entertainment/management company based out of the Inland Empire. The production companies main focus for the show is to highlight and launch unique talent within the I.E. and surrounding cities. The 1-hour show will consist of talented handpicked individuals hailing from different parts of Southern California.

During the hour, participants will be able to enjoy a comical skit, model walks, audience engagement, interviews with the featured talent, and dope performances. Updates on current events in the entertainment world will be addressed, along with free promotional items for our audience participants. Participants will be able to get an up and close look at AMAZING TALENT while being a part of something GREAT.

The pilot show will be filmed by ILondon Fog and shopped around once the first season is completed. You can come out and make a special appearance as one of our audience members.

For more information, please visit our Facebook page or follow us on Instagram and Twitter under @LUEProductions.

            Never be afraid to soar to higher heights. Until next week L’z!

Hundreds of Women Gather in Support of Women’s March in Downtown Los Angeles

LADIES PROTESTINGLOS ANGELES, CA- On Saturday, January 21 in Downtown Los Angeles, women from all over the Southern California region came together to march for one prime reason—unity and equality.

Women fought for their rights of equality in the past and felt the need to do it again after the inauguration of the 45th President Donald Trump took place on Friday, January 21. Prior to Trump taking oath as the nation’s president, he had made countless racist and sexist remarks against minorities and women.hqdefault

Prior to the march, President Trump altered the White House website with the removal of the LGBT rights. The Civil Rights page has also been replaced with a protecting our law enforcement page. The site is now only available in English and can no longer be accessed in Spanish. These are just a few events that prompted the Womens’ March across the Nation.

The mission of the Women’s March is for women to stand together in solidarity for the protection of women’s rights, safety, health, and their families by recognizing that their vibrant and diverse communities are the strength of the country.

As seen in marches from city to city, the Women’s March brought diversity within all ethnic backgrounds, as well as from the male gender. Everyone came together in the spirit of democracy and to honor the champions if human rights, dignity, and justice of past times.

The march was the first step towards unifying the community, forming new relationships, and creating change from the grassroots level up. Women’s March works peacefully while recognizing there is no true peace without justice and equity for all.

To keep up with Women’s March LA, follow them on Instagram @womensmarchla.

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