Coleman McGehee en Commentary: Following the Freedom Trail <p>Half a century ago, a few dozen people, some of them from Michigan, did something terribly brave. They exercised their constitutional right to ride Greyhound buses throughout the south.</p><p>They had interracial couples seated together, and African-Americans sitting up front. The U.S. Supreme Court had repeatedly ruled that segregation on interstate buses and in bus terminal facilities was unconstitutional, and therefore illegal.</p><p> Mon, 10 Jun 2013 12:43:29 +0000 Jack Lessenberry 12964 at Commentary: Following the Freedom Trail