Views:4094|Rating:4.00|View Time:2:32Minutes|Likes:28|Dislikes:7 (25 Nov 2018) Approximately 5,000 Central American migrants have arrived in recent days to Tijuana, just south of California, after making their way through Mexico via caravan.
But agents at the San Diego port of entry process fewer than 100 claims per day.
Julieta Vences, a congresswoman with Lopez Obrador’s Morena party who is also president of Mexico’s congressional migrant affairs commission, told the AP that incoming Foreign Minister Marcelo Ebrard has been discussing with U.S. officials how to handle a deluge of asylum claims at the border.
“They’re going to have to open the borders (for the migrants) to put in the request,” Vences said. “They will also give us dates, on what terms they will receive the (asylum) requests and in the case that they are not beneficiaries of this status, they will have to return here,” Vences said.
She said Mexico needs to examine how to accommodate the migrants without angering locals.
“When they come back, we need to see how … we can integrate them into an economic activity so that they can develop and not generate conflict with our own communities.”
Local churches and charities have been offering food to the migrants, with assistance from state and federal agencies.
They have also distributed thousands of blankets, thin mattresses and personal hygiene kits.
Most of the migrants are camped inside a sports complex, where they face long wait times for food and bathrooms.
Hundreds of Tijuana residents have protested about their arrival, complaining that recent caravans forced their way into Mexico from Guatemala.
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Views:3941|Rating:2.78|View Time:4:35Minutes|Likes:5|Dislikes:4 Yuma Territorial Prison is a living museum of the Old West. More than 3,000 desperadoes, convicted of crimes ranging from polygamy to murder, were imprisoned in rock and adobe cells here during the prison’s 33-year existence between 1876 and 1909. The cells, main gate and guard tower are still standing, providing visitors with a glimse of convict life in the Southwest a century ago.Description
The Territorial Prison at Yuma, Arizona, is a fascinating side trip to take when in the Yuma area. The entrance of this famous prison was shown in many western movies you might remember, where the bad guys ended up going in or coming out the main gate.The prison has been closed since 1909 and is now run as a state historical park.
During a recent June visit the temperature was over 95 degrees, and it was easy to imagine what it must have been like to be imprisoned here during the summer a century ago. As one wanders through the old prison peering into the cells, you quickly notice the lack of plumbing and air conditioning. With only a bucket and an occassional breeze, it must have been a real challange for prisoners to survive in theTerritorial Prison at Yuma.
On July 1, 1876, the first 7 inmates entered the Territorial Prison at Yuma and were locked into the new cells they had built themselves. A total of 3,069 prisoners, including 29 women, lived within these walls during the prison’s 33 years of operation. Their crimes ranged from murder to polygamy, with grand larceny being the most common. A majority served only portions of their sentences due to the ease with which paroles and pardons were obtained. One hundred eleven persons died while serving their sentences, most from tuberculosis, which was common throughout the territory. Of the many prisoners who attempted escape, 26 were successful and 8 died from gunshot wounds. No executions took place at the prison because capital punishment was administered by the county governments.
Despite an infamous reputation, the historical written record indicates that the prison was humanely administered and was a model institution for its time. The only punishments were the “dark cell” for inmates who broke prison regulations, and the “ball and chain” for those who tried to escape. Prisoners had free time during which they hand-crafted many items to be sold at public bazaars held at the prison on Sundays after church services. Prisoners also had regular medical attention and access to a good hospital.
Schooling was available for convicts, and many learned to read and write in here in prison. The prison housed one of the first “public” libraries in the territory, and the fee charged to visitors for a tour of the institution was used to purchase books. One of the early electrical generating plants in the West was utilized here to furnish power for lights and run a ventilation system in the cell blocks.
By 1907, the prison was severely overcrowded, and there was no room on Prison Hill for expansion. Convicts constructed a new facility in Florence, Arizona, and the last prisoner left Yuma on September 15, 1909.
The Yuma Union High School occupied these buildings from 1910 to 1914. Empty cells provided free lodging for hobos riding the freights in the 1920s and sheltered many homeless families during the Great Depression.
Townspeople have always considered the abandoned complex a source for free building materials. This, together with fires, weathering and railroad construction, destroyed the prison walls and most of the buildings. What remains — the cells, the main gate and the guard tower — still provide a glimpse of convict life a century ago in the Arizona Territory.
Haunted Moments ~Yuma Prison Arizona ~with your Host Rev Dr Theresa F Koch M.S.
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Views:88|Rating:5.00|View Time:3:29Minutes|Likes:1|Dislikes:0 Garden of Prayer COGIC host the Columbus, Ga District Meeting COGIC we got our praise on. We are the Southern Georgia 2nd Ecclesiastical Jurisdiction, Bishop Leggett.
Views:30820|Rating:4.92|View Time:7:7Minutes|Likes:433|Dislikes:7 Do you know the St. Michael prayer? What are your battles? Who is amongst you to help fight those battles? Temptations? These are a few questions that Filming the Faith hopes to help you answer in this film.
THANK YOU to all the Filming the Faith ministry volunteers involved in the making of this film.
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St. Timothy Knights of Columbus
Carlos Weaver (Lens)
Anthony Garone (Microphone)
Jason – Austin Morris
Table customer – Mary Lou Kaye
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Tablet Girl – Anika Salazar
Tablet Guy – Justin Patterson
Arguing Woman – Sharon LeBeau
Arguing Man – Peter LeBeau
Gawking Boy 1 – Dominic Pastore
Gawking Boy 2 – John Paul Pastore
Gawking Boy 3 – Kyle Spratt
Drug Dealer – Josh Patterson
Drug User – Maria Boas
Selfie Girl 1 – Hannah Collins
Selfie Girl 2 – Lawsen Stanley
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Homeless Man – Br. Jim Scher
Priest 1 – Fr. Charlie Goraieb
Priest 2 – Fr. John Greb
Written by Jillian Patterson & Chad Turner
Location Manager: Christine D’Ambrosio
Art Direction: DeAnn Welter
DP/SteadiCam Op/Camera: Thomas Duran
1st AC: John Fritts
2nd AC: Patrick Taylor
Location Audio: Kelly Hartley & Joe Blank
Boom Operator: Tim Mills
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Gaffer: Joe Reynolds
Best Boy: Matthew Reynolds
Key Grip: John Fraser
Location Photography: Kevin Theriault
Assistant to Actors: Peggy Collins
Location Security: Jonah Gerle (Nemesis)
Production Assistant: Cienna Molina
Directed by Chad Turner
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Our Goal is simple: Have fun, Be safe and Pedal like crazy! We’re setting off on a 1,000 mile, 10 day journey to Burningman from our hometown of Boulder, Colorado. In this episode, we battle a hail storm, take shelter in a roadside church, eat pie, and roll 113 miles into Laramie, Wyoming. We didn’t expect the cold, but it’ll get warmer as we head west, and on into the desert.
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Views:25635|Rating:4.57|View Time:1:40:55Minutes|Likes:288|Dislikes:27 GC19: Light Through Darkness. Todd Leonard & Glendale SDA Host Gay Pride Party.
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Views:3110|Rating:5.00|View Time:7:34Minutes|Likes:4|Dislikes:0 This is part 1 of the homily by Most Reverend Bernard J. Harrington, Bishop of Winona in Minnesota for the Holy Sacrament of Confirmation at the Catholic Community of St. Paul in Leesburg, FL.
Views:2456|Rating:5.00|View Time:5:15Minutes|Likes:6|Dislikes:0 Welcome to the Fort Worth, TX Campus of LifeChurch.tv! Ever wondered what it is like there? Check this out and you’ll feel like you were actually there!
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Views:896|Rating:5.00|View Time:1:18Minutes|Likes:1|Dislikes:0 On September 16th @ 3PM EBC will show appreciation to their ushers. The choirs will sing, and the ushers will most definitely do their famous march. Our Speaker Of The hour will be Pastor Jason C. Reynolds. This event is sure to be spirit filled.
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Views:672447|Rating:4.03|View Time:5:22Minutes|Likes:4153|Dislikes:995 An uproar breaks out during a church service after the pastor asked for $1000 offerings from his members. The pastor owns a Rolls Royce and a mansion and some of his members aren’t going to have it anymore.