GEORGIA – Just days before a high school in rural Georgia holds its first ever racially integrated prom, the group of teens who organized it say they are anticipating a decent turnout and are hopeful the night will be a resounding success.
The high school seniors from Wilcox County High School have spent the past months working day and night to ensure the integrated prom becomes a reality.
Up until now, the county put on segregated prom nights and homecoming dances: one for black students and one exclusively for whites.
Since the events are not funded through the high school, but instead are privately financed by local supporters, it is legal to have separate, segregated, prom events.
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