Segregated Prom finds Racial Harmony

By Malena Amusa Apr 24, 2007

The Associated Press reported yesterday:

Ashburn, Georgia – For the first time, the faces of students at the Turner County High School prom were both white and black. Each year, in spite of integration, the school’s white students had raised money for their own unofficial prom and black students did the same to throw their own separate party, an annual ritual that divided the southern Georgia peanut-farming county anew each spring. That all changed Saturday as horse-drawn carriages and stretch limousines carried young couples around the downtown streets to a single prom.

Little by little…