Montana Focus

An in-depth news and public affairs series hosted by Gene Brodeur which tackles issues across the state relating to politics and government, natural resources, business development, and social changes. Produced by Gene Brodeur and Scott Sterling for MontanaPBS.

Maintaining Respect In Billings
 (No. 106)
It's been more than ten years since Billings gained international recognition for taking a strong and public stand against racism. Mayor Chuck Tooley has created a nine-member Human Relations Commission to promote respect among racial, religious, and minority groups. Although community sensitivity to racism is high, tension over racial matters remains an issue. We talk with civic and religious leaders about what's being done to reduce the tension. (First Aired Thursday, May 13, 2004)
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