In the presidential campaign, Democrat Joe Biden’s past positions on school busing have become an issue. Growing up in Alabama, Detroit Free Press columnist Nancy Kaffer was bused as a result of a desegregation lawsuit. That experience has left her with questions about the legacy of those busing policies today.
Kaffer joined Michigan Radio's Morning Edition host Doug Tribou to talk about her experiences and the role of a legal case started in Michigan that shaped policies on busing in the 1970s and beyond.
Kaffer wrote about busing in a column for the Free Press titled, "I was bused to school. It wasn't enough."