Bring That Week Back: Georgia Teens Celebrate Their First Integrated Prom

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Georgia Teens Celebrate First Integrated Prom

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Georgia teens of the Wilcox County High School finally got their wish. The school held its first integrated prom on April 27, after years of social segregation. Students hope to keep the trend going. 

(Photo: nbcnews.com)

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