Way Opens: A Spiritual Journey
Eight years ago, Patricia Wild began to wonder: whatever happened to the two African Americans who desegregated her high school in Lynchburg, Virginia in 1962. That question became a quest: “Way Opens” tracks her journey. She finds Dr. Lynda Woodruff, now a college professor, and Reverend Owen Cardwell, a Baptist preacher, and she finally learns the history lessons never taught in her segregated high school. Gently guided by Lynda and Owen, her Quaker meeting, and the people she meets along the way, Wild examines her white privilege and the spiritual underpinnings of social justice.