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More Desegregation in The South

Monday, April 23, 2007
Students of Turner County High School [in Ashburn, GA] started what they hope will become a new tradition: Black and white students attended the prom together for the first time on Saturday.


My favorite quote has to be:
"There was not anybody that I can remember that was black," [Mindy Bryan] said. "The white people have theirs, and the black people have theirs. It's nothing racial at all."


So, it's a black-white thing, but it's not racial... at all. Gotta' love The South.

4 comments:

  1. Mrs. B said...

    My favorite quote was: "That's just like you're cooking a half-baked cake, putting the icing on it, and when you cut the cake, the cake ain't no good. That's how this prom is," she said.

    8:43 PM  

  2. OH Bee Juan said...

    It's definitely a black and white thing in my house.

    That's all I've got. Some people are just sad.

    10:49 PM  

  3. Z said...

    Under my "obvious racism is better racism" theory, large swaths of the South would be painted in neon light.

    1:16 PM  

  4. Mrs. B said...

    Y'ain't from around here, are ya boy?

    2:48 PM  

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