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Tombstone got its start in 1877 when Ed Schieffelin found one of the richest silver strikes in U.S. history in the hills above the San Pedro River. His discovery set in motion the history of a town that is seared in the memory of a nation and the world a true representative of the "American West". By 1879 settlement began, and by 1881 the population of the town reached 6000 people. While many rugged individuals inhabited the town's center, respectability and civilization began to occur on the edges of town. Church services were held in any vacant room or closed bar and the need for a decent church building was quite evident! In 1879, Rev. John Baptist Salpointe, Vicar Apostolic of Arizona, sent Father Antonio Jouvencaeu to Tombstone to ascertain the need for a church in the busy mining camp. Led by Nellie Cashman "Angel of the Camp", the citizens of Tombstone raised money to build a one and one-half story adobe building that housed a rectory on the top floor and a church on the bottom floor. This church-rectory was dedicated as Sacred Heart of Jesus Catholic Church on January 1, 1881, becoming the first church building of any denomination in Tombstone.
In 1882, a second wooden Catholic Church building was constructed. This allowed the 1881 building to be used solely as a rectory. Again, Nellie Cashman spearheaded the construction efforts, raising money and borrowing a team of horses and a wagon to haul wood from the Chiricahua Mountains, 50 miles away. This church building served the Tombstone Community until 1947 when it was moved to its present location. A new 1947 church building was constructed at the corner of N. Sixth and Safford Streets under the guidance of Pastor, Father Thomas Doyle. Later, the property north of the church that included two 1880's entwining rose trees was donated to and became part of the Sacred Heart Church Complex.
The United States has long been known as a melting pot and, more recently, as a salad bowl. Because people from hundreds of different ethnic backgrounds make up the nation’s population, it’s not surprising that at times cultural groups rub off on each other. Americans who grow up in diverse communities may pick up the dialect, customs and religious traditions of the cultural groups that surround them.
Cultural appropriation is an entirely different matter, however. It has little to do with one’s exposure to and familiarity with different cultures. Instead, cultural appropriation typically involves members of a dominant group exploiting the culture of less privileged groups--often with little understanding of the latter’s history, experience and traditions. Accordingly, socially aware people tend to frown upon this phenomenon.
“Borrowing” is a key component of cultural appropriation. In the 1950s, for example, white musicians borrowed the musical stylings of their black counterparts. Because African Americans weren’t widely accepted in U.S. society at that time, record executives chose to have white recording artists replicate the sound of black musicians. This led to musical forms such as rock-n-roll being largely associated with whites in spite of the fact that black musicians were pioneers of the artform. This move also had financial consequences, as many of the black musicians who helped pave the way for rock-n-roll’s success never saw a dime for their contributions to the music form.
Let's talk about cultural appropriation as it affects pop culture today. Join tomorrow, October 1 on DP RADIO XL at 8pm
In the women headliners segment, we talk about the newest CEO & highest paid woman executive Safra Catz of Oracle, the mega-IPO Alibaba and it's star studded women executives and other notables. Our 25 year old woman headliner of the week! Gabrielle McCormick is an author, entrepreneur, owner and creator of Student Insider's Guide (SIG). Her online programs, trainings, workshops, and seminars allow students to maximize their earning potential before, during and after college. Gabrielle's insights within higher education create a competitive advantage that she calls, "The Debt-Free Graduate System". She is also the 2014 International Emerging Leader of the Year award recipient for young entrepreneurs in the 22-29 age group. Gabrielle is focused on a different set of numbers, the growing number of higher education dropouts and the $113 billion dollar borrowing of students! Tune in to this Power Lunch segment to inspire & inform you!
Today's Show: Where and How to Start When You're Making Financial Decions
Jeremiah 29:11 tells us that God knows the plans He has for us; to prosper and not to harm, and for a hope and a future. But on a day-to-day basis, in our current financial reality, how this plays out is not always easy. There are regular bills to pay, and unexpected ones that seem to come up at the most inopportune times. On top of this there is a steady stream of new ways to spend money and more and more financial products, strategies and factors that need to be considered for daily spending, borrowing, saving, investing, and earning money. Overwhelm, fear and scarcity thinking are more common than the peace of God that surpasses all understanding.
On Today's Show Sam will share some practical ways you can stay focused on the Lord as your provision as you face whatever large or small financial decision is in front of you.
Will Champlin - Pop/Rock/R&B Singer/Sonwriter from Los Angeles,Ca...Former Team Adam member on The Voice...New album "Borrowing Trouble" ft. the singles "Last Man Standing", "Eye Of The Pyramid" & "Borrowing Trouble" out now on iTunes---Physical release to follow soon..Currently on The Voice Tour w/ Dia Frampton. Tessanne Chin,Jake Barker,Josh Kaufman,Kristen Merlin,Jake Worthington,Christina Grimmie...Check out his music, dates, & so much more @ www.facebook.com/willchamplinmusic
Ladies, do you give or lend money to the man that you are dating? If he is in dire straits do you offer to bail him out financially? Have you ever let a boyfriend borrow a large sum of cash?
Join us as we discuss if it is wise to lend a man you are dating money, co-sign for a loan or get financial involved in other ways. In Part One, Natasha* shared her story. (Listen to Part 1 before Part 2 if you haven't already)
Listen to Part 2 as Kiki follows up on her thoughts and advice on this topic.
*fictional name to protect her identity
About KIKI STRICKLAND
Mrs. Strickland works one-on-one with those that want coaching, working with singles on relationship skills, identifying relationship requirements and needs, developing a relationship & life plan, and much more. She has successfully fused together life coaching and the boutique matchmaking experience.
A graduate of Howard University, Ms. Strickland is a certified Life Coach through Coaches Institute International, founded by Barry Fowler, creator of the Sylvan Learning Centers. She is also a Certified Relationship Coach for Singles with RCI (The Relationship Coaching Institute). In 2011, she completed her THIRD coaching certification - the CWEC, Certified Women's Empowerment Coach.
She is a YourTango.com EXPERT and has three books available on Amazon Kindle.
How to Date Like a Diva to Get Your Mr. Right
10 Tips to Find LOVE at Any Age
First Date Tips
She also is a contributing author to
"Single and Loving It: A Guide for SINGLE African American Women"
Visit www.kikistrickland.com to learn more.
WALTER DOMINGUEZ, Latino award winning filmmaker
Being a CTE Teacher in my other life I hear all the time about students who are going to leave high school and immediately make the “Big Time $$$$” in some field of Entertainment and so today I wanted to talk to someone who has actually “been there, done that”. I give full credit for borrowing the show descriptions from my friends at Armando F. Sanchez productions and for the Information Provided by Walter’s Public Relations People
In our fast-paced, chaotic world, it is difficult (if not impossible) to imagine the lives of those who came before us, even just two generations ago. And yet, more than ever, each of us still has a yearning to connect with the past, to better understand those who came before us and made us who we are.
That is the journey undertaken by filmmaker Walter Dominguez in the extraordinary documentary “Weaving the Past: Journey of Discovery.”
As a young man, Dominguez was inspired by his grandfather, Emilio, known as “Tata,” who was one of the most prominent and beloved Mexican Methodist ministers in idyllic Santa Paula in rural Southern California. A community leader who was known for his generous heart and kind spirit, Tata died in 1973. Three decades later, with the generation that knew Tata best quickly dying away, Dominguez picked up his camera to uncover the long-hidden secrets of Tata’s earliest years.
Walter brings to this award-winning film his unique sensibility as a storyteller and his perspective as an American Latino. Walter’s skills are a result of his extensive background as a director, assistant director, 2nd unit director, writer and producer in Hollywood studio features, television series, independent features.
What does family mean to you? This is a question that I believe that we should all know they answer to yet it appears that we either do not of that many of us are confused as for most what many say and what many do are the opposite of one another.
We all grow up with the weight of history on us. Our ancestors dwell in the attics of our brains as they do in the spiraling chains of knowledge hidden in every cell of our bodies. ~ Shirley Abbott
The family. We were a strange little band of characters trudging through life sharing diseases and toothpaste, coveting one another’s desserts, hiding shampoo, borrowing money, locking each other out of our rooms, inflicting pain and kissing to heal it in the same instant, loving, laughing, defending, and trying to figure out the common thread that bound us all together. ~ Erma Bombeck
You don’t choose your family. They are God’s gift to you, as you are to them. ~ Desmond Tutu
What does family mean to you? Let's get to your truth.
Let's have a seat on the couch and talk it all out.
in Self Help
Within months of his first go around with Vikes he knew he needed more. Later a shady Doc gave him a prescription for 240 Norco a month and he managed to use that in two weeks. He knew he was out of control and it went on for another seven years. He graduated to oxy somewhere in that time span and had to hustle to manage enough of it to avoid getting sick at $80 a pill. Stealing, “borrowing” from friends and hocking valuables became a way of life. He needed to get off the merry-go-round and promised himself every day for the last three years he used that the pills he took that day would be his last. Join us this Sunday to talk to Dan about how he finally got to his last pill.
This Week in Economics is real time forecasting and analysis of the previous week's economic activities.The longest running programme of its type on Internet Radio and the Blogtalkradio network.
Esta semana en la economía es la predicción en tiempo real y análisis de actividades.El económica de la semana anterior programa de más larga duración de su tipo en la radio por Internet y la red Blogtalkradio.
Before you say " I Do".
Couples planning to get married should seek premarital counseling from a qualified counselor. During the sessions you will explore personal values and goals, discuss communication, and cover other topics that commonly result in marital disputes.
How comfortable are you using credit to buy now, thereby committing future earnings?
How much debt have you acquired presently and how do you intend to pay for it?
How do you feel about borrowing money or taking out loans?
How will you be filing your taxes?
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