Ricardo Pitts-Wiley and Jonathan T.M. Pitts-Wiley
In 1968, following the order to desegregate the public schools, Ricardo Pitts-Wiley was bused to a predominately white school. He tells his son Johnathan T.M. Pitts-Wiley about the opportunities it afforded him and how that year changed his life.
Originally aired August 31, 2007, on NPR’s Morning Edition.