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Day, YPR's Brie Ripley shares this audio postcard on what life's like, presently, for a black woman in a predominately white state. It was the world figure's only stop in America that year. What are you doing here? At the time, Kircher was one of about 2, black folks living in Montana out of a total population of aroundBut New York Times is even better," said Kircher. And her patience was extremely short. Get over that! And find out who these people are. We are all just human beings.
We are all children of God. And we are all the same. And we all need to look at each that way.
All colors, all people are bigots. But we need to look at each other and stop being racist. Look at yourself.
Examine your own self. I can just listen to what you say. Take a good look at yourself. Examine yourself, and then, change if you need to. Search Query Show Search. FCC Application. Show Search Search Query. Play Live Radio. Next Up:. Available On Air Stations.
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Brie Ripley. She gave the reporter her business card, laughed off the encounter, and forgot about it. Until about a year later. Johnson flew back to the Big Sky State to interview Kircher. Credit Courtesy of Gwen Kircher. Related Content.Black women Billings Montana
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'My Patience Has Got A Lot Shorter': Being Black In Montana