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April 1, 1994 | From Associated Press
A principal suspended after he threatened to ban mixed-race couples from the high school prom was reinstated Thursday by the school board. The board overrode the recommendation of the county school superintendent in its 4-2 vote to reinstate Hulond Humphries as principal of Randolph County High School. A white member of the Randolph County School Board, Joe Belue, resigned immediately after joining the lone black member of the panel in voting to fire Humphries.
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April 1, 1994 | From Associated Press
A principal suspended after he threatened to ban mixed-race couples from the high school prom was reinstated Thursday by the school board. The board overrode the recommendation of the county school superintendent in its 4-2 vote to reinstate Hulond Humphries as principal of Randolph County High School. A white member of the Randolph County School Board, Joe Belue, resigned immediately after joining the lone black member of the panel in voting to fire Humphries.
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