The graduation ceremony at Georgia’s TNT Academy this past Friday took a turn for the awkward after the school’s principal made a remark about “all the black people” during the event. The school’s founder and principal Nancy Gordeuk had made a mistake in the program, skipping over the class Valedictorian’s speech and causing some confusion among the attendees. Several started to leave and prompted Gordeuk to take action, leading to the incident captured in these videos.
Many have called for Gordeuk to step down or lose her job, and some have questioned the past history of the academy on social media. The response forced Gordeuk to write up a letter of apology according to NBC News:
“Frustrated with the prospect of ruining the once-in-a-lifetime ceremony the graduates have worked so hard for, my emotions got the best of me…
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