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Austin. TX (PRWEB) May 03, 2013
Absolute Rights and contributor Karl Dobias have released the most recent opinion article on a high school that just now made the decision to integrate its prom, allowing students of mixed races to celebrate the end of their year together.
“Last weekend, Wilcox County High School, a rural high school in Georgia, had its first integrated prom ever,” Dobias wrote in the article. “This made national news about a month ago when it was announced, causing people to be equally as relieved as they were outraged.”
Dobias shares his thoughts on the overdue change, asking, “Should we really be treating this like a massive achievement for civil rights, when all that happened was a seemingly backwards state finally caught up with the rest of the nation?”
“I’m not saying we shouldn’t be proud of the kids responsible for this—it takes a lot of guts to step out of the norm and do something that people might think is wrong,” Dobias added. “What I’m saying is that we should shame the people that think it’s still okay to have a segregated prom.”
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