Utah’s right place for state's first black news anchor
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Severson said the response to Crow’s hiring has been "great. Overwhelmingly positive."
"We want to represent everybody. And there are black people living in Utah," he said.
And, like a few other people who have immigrated to Utah, Crow feels like this is the place for her.
"My family is very religious, so they’re, like, ‘This is the path that God has set for you. So you take that leap of faith and know that he’ll be there to support you through it,’ " she said. "Everything happens for a reason. I never had Utah on my list of destinations, but here we are. And I couldn’t be happier."
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