Busing's Turbulent Legacy in Boston, Mass.

Boston's desegregation battles began 20 years after Brown with the 1974 order by a federal judge to bus black and white students across town to achieve racial balance. But the result was years of violence and lingering questions about the objectives of this grand experiment. The Tavis Smiley Show senior editor Phillip Martin reports.

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