In his first State of the City address, Boston Mayor Marty Walsh called for a long overdue dialogue on race and class in the city.
In addition to plans to improve public schools, build more affordable housing, develop the city's innovation economy and provide more services for the homeless and recovery community, Walsh proposed a citywide effort to finally come to terms with the lingering effects of the city's busing crisis 40 years ago.
- "In his first State of the City address Tuesday night, Mayor Marty Walsh laid out his plans to make Boston 'a global leader for the 21st century.'"
This article was originally published on January 14, 2015.
This segment aired on January 14, 2015.