Short Doc for the Class of 1981's 30th Reunion. This is a no budget, labor of love piece that seeks to show how important a racially diverse education was, not to the politicians, administrators or parents, but to the children who lived it. This is (a little bit of) their story. It is not a comprehensive examination of all the complex issues of race relations, segregation and public schools past or present. But it does show that there is a group of people out there who can speak about race in an open and honest way and that, considering a lot of the racially insensitive rhetoric you hear and see these days, is a beautiful thing.